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Currently Reading ~ 2020

Do you have any hobbies? I usually answer that question by saying that reading is at the top of my list. But, really, it is the only thing on my list. I have always considered myself a bookworm, who didn’t have, or want, any other hobbies.

At the end of each year, I like to make 2 lists: one of the books I read in the previous year, and one of books I would like to read in the coming year. But, as a self-proclaimed bookworm, the list of books I had actually completed in 2019 was embarrassingly short!

That hasn’t stopped me from buying new ones though! I’ve been keeping most of them on a mental shelf to read “when things slow down.” But, let’s be honest, that’s not going to happen any time soon. Life is just busy right now, and it looks like it will be staying that way for the foreseeable future.

So, this year, I am challenging myself with 25 books (in addition to reading through the Bible). This works out to about 2-ish books per month. It will be a challenge…but doable…I think.

(I almost said, “Here they are in no particular order.” But, that’s not exactly true, since they are in alphabetical order, by title. What I mean is, this isn’t necessarily the order in which I will read them…it just kept things neat and tidy while I was making my list.)

My Reading List for 2020:

MacArthur Study Bible
90-Day Chronological Bible Reading Plan

12 Ways12 Ways Your Phone is Changing You, by Tony Reinke

All that's goodAll That’s Good, by Hannah Anderson

Chasing ContentmentChasing Contentment, by Erik Raymond

Closer than a SisterCloser than a Sister, by Christina Fox

Creating a Beautiful LifeCreating a Beautiful Life, by Elizabeth George

Designed for JoyDesigned for Joy, ed. by Jonathan Parnell & Owen Strachan

Fear and FaithFear and Faith, by Trillia J. Newbell

FlourishFlourish, by Lydia Brownback

Getting tot he HeartGetting to the Heart of Friendships, by Amy Baker

OrdinaryGlory in the Ordinary, by Courtney Reissig

Women Under StressHelp for Women Under Stress, by Randy and Nanci Alcorn

Her-StoryHer-Story, by Diana Lynn Severance

Is the Bible Good for WomenIs the Bible Good for Women?, by Wendy Alsup

Jesus and the FeministsJesus and the Feminists, by Margaret Elizabeth Kostenberger

Leaving LeagalismLeaving Legalism, by Kendra Fletcher

Lit!Lit!, by Tony Reinke

No Little WomenNo Little Women, by Aimee Byrd

On Reading WellOn Reading Well, by Karen Swallow Prior

Picture PerfectPicture Perfect, by Amy Baker

Praying for KidsPraying through the Bible for your Kids, by Nancy Guthrie

Precious TruthsPrecious Truths in Practice, by Martha Peace

SufferingSuffering is Never for Nothing, by Elisabeth Elliot

True WomanThe True Woman, by Susan Hunt

Women & GodWomen & God, by Kathleen Nielson

Women of the WordWomen of the Word, by Jen Wilkin

Some of these are re-reads, because I like to do that. Some have shown up on previous lists, with all sorts of good intentions, but have remained either untouched or unfinished. (In most of those cases, I am pretty sure it was the fault of an extraordinarily busy season, and not the content of the book itself, so I’m going to give them another try.) The rest are new…to me, although they may have been around for awhile.

What are you reading this year?


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