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If there is one thing that every homeschool, household has in common is a ridiculous need to hoard books. I buy books from friends, I buy them online and at bookstores. I’m first in line at the public library sales (fill a giant bag of books for $1, yes please!), and it’s the only thing I’ll but at yard sales.
When my husband asked what I wanted for Christmas, I asked for more bookshelves, and more books. I’m happy to say that my love for books was passed on to three of my six children, and lately even my husband has been captivated by a great novel.
In hopes that you discover something new, and that you share treasures you’ve read lately, here’s a peek at what I’m reading this month:
Ultimate Proof of Creation by Jason Lisle – This is a great title to add to your library, if you are in search for powerful arguments for biblical creation. I’ve informally studied apologetics for 10 years, and have read it at least three times.
The Lie: Evolution by Ken Ham – Another great title to add to your apologetics library. I’m reading this one for the second time.
The Mystery: Finding True Love in a World of Broken Lovers by Lacey Sturm – Lacey was a guest speaker at our church a couple of years ago, and after hearing her testimony I read her first book. I loved the transparency in her story. She has a heart to minister to young women, by directing them to the One who truly loves them.
The Longing in Me: How Everything You Crave Leads To The Heart of God by Sheila Walsh – In this book, Sheila speaks about her trials and intertwines her story with the story of David. Since the girls and I have been studying the life of David in our morning devotions, The Longing in Me is a perfect companion.
I’d love to hear about what you’re reading this month, or any great recommendations you might have.