I’m Back! (Where I’ve Been and What’s Next)

I’m back to blogging and it feels great! I took a little break in the fall because I started teaching a Bible Study again and I needed to dedicate more time to lesson planning. I will be teaching again this Spring but most of the prep work is complete.

One of my resolutions this year is to read more and watch less t.v./surf the Internet less. I’ve always been an avid reader but over the last few years I’ve slacked off mostly out of laziness and brain drain from raising little ones. My goal is to read one book a month over the next 6 months and blog here about my thoughts as I read. Talk about accountability!

One of my favorite bloggers is Sarah Mae (sarahmae.com) and I’ve decided to follow her reading plan because I think she’s picked some great books! Here’s the plan:

January- Own Your Life by Sally Clarkson
February- Fellowship of the Burning Heart (includes In Pursuit of God which I’ve always wanted to read) by A.W. Tozer
March- The Holy Spirit and Power by John Wesley
April- The Sovereignty of God by A.W. Pink
May- Sinners in the Hands of An Angry God by Jonathan Edwards
June- Names of God by Nathan Stone

There are lots of reasons why I decided to go with her list but one of the main reasons is because I’ve always wanted to read many of the Christian classics. I had to read a lot of books in seminary but there were so many I never touched. Time to change that! I chose Sally Clarkson’s (sallyclarkson.com) new book first because I think a book on living with intention is a great read for the new year.

If you’re interested in joining me in my virtual book club, comment below. I look forward to exploring these new (and old) reads with each of you!

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