Christian Daily Living Shelf
Anything by Dr. Paul David Tripp, Ann Voskamp, Shauna Niequist, Holley Gerth
life without lack; LIVING IN THE FULLNESS of Psalm 23 – Dallas Willard.
GET. THIS. BOOK. NOW! It is powerful and changing my thinking about Psalm 23 with which I have a love/hate relationship. Read it 2 weeks after Joe’s passing and threw my Bible on the floor. I was in WANT, want of Joe. My copy is highlighted and has lots and lots of notes in the margin.
Roots and Sky: A Journey Home in Four Seasons – Christie Purifoy
A memoir filled with beautiful words conjuring up beautiful images of life during the first year Christie and her family lived at Maplehurst. Her writing will make you feel at home and leave you with a warm, cozy feeling. Follow Christie and Maplehurst Gardens on Instagram to visually experience the comfort and joy she writes about in Roots and Sky.
Everyday Peace and Comfort – Patricia Mitchell
Literally, a beautiful book filled with short inspirational devotions. Pick up a copy and give yourself flowers and inspiration every day.
Because being joyful comes first from being thankful, even during grief.
Even If Not; Living, Loving and Learning in the In Between – Kaitlyn Bouchillon
Stories about God being with us in between the different chapters of our lives. God is still good, even when our stories do not turn out the way we want. You want to start and follow her because I see in her a writer who is a combination of Holley Gerth and Ann Voskamp.
Holy Hustle: Embracing a Work-Hard, Rest-Well Life – Crystal Stine
A book about hustling and resting and about God using you to serve others no matter what you do for a living because your purpose in life is to serve others.
if you find this Letter: My Journey to Find Purpose Through Hundreds of Letters to Strangers – Hannah Brencher
Wonderful story about Hannah’s adventure writing letters to strangers. It is very touching, uplifting and will give you hope.
Come Matter Here: your invitation to BE HERE in a GETTING THERE world – Hannah Brencher
Struggling to be known and to belong then let Hannah be your guide through her experience. Besides sharing her story, there is a prayer that you can “steal” at the end of each chapter.
Dear God, take my limp and turn it into a lighthouse. I want my story to lead to hope and help others come out of the woods.
This book belongs on your nightstand or coffee table with your Bible so you can keep it within easy reach as you will refer to it again and again. The most surprising revelation – despite the culture we live in now, we are not as bad as Babylon. I was truly amazed because that is why I bought the book, because I saw society as Babylon.