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What’s on Your Nightstand – February

What's On Your NightstandThe end of February always sneaks up on me! It is once again time for 5 Minutes for Books’ What’s on Your Nightstand?  (And, once again, I am posting this late.)


From last month’s stack, I have completed:

  • So Much More, by Anna Sofia & Elizabeth Botkin
  • Should We Leave Our Churches?, by J. Ligon Duncan & Mark Talbot
  • War of Words, by Paul Tripp


Reviews coming…eventually.


And, shortly after I posted last month’s list, I received Joshua Harris’ newest book, Dug Down Deep.  I started and completed it before it ever “officially” made it to the nightstand! 


So, on my nightstand this month:

{I will include a picture of this month’s books once I gather them from all corners of my house…and my purse…and my car.  Books rarely remain on my nightstand!!}


The Bruised Reed, by Richard Sibbes
Unfashionable, by Tullian Tchividjian
Worldly Saints, by Leland Ryken
Adopted for Life, by Russell Moore
The Joy of a Word-Filled Family, by John Barnett
You Can Still Wear Cute Shoes, by Lisa McKay
Family Integrated Church, by J. Mark Fox
Nourishing Traditions, by Sally Fallon


And, although I have posted a few thoughts and passages, I have yet to check-in with the Bible in 90 Days Challenge.  But, I am greatly enjoying the challenge of keeping up with that reading as well (part of the reason you are seeing so many repeats on my nightstand this month!)


Don’t forget to link up over at 5 Minutes for Books, and let us know What’s on Your Nightstand this month!


  1. Can’t wait to see your comments on last months’ books (and any that you read in the next month.) Your whole list looks intriguing to me.

  2. Abi

    I’m curious to know what you thought of Should We Leave Our Churches?, by J. Ligon Duncan & Mark Talbot…

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