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On My Nightstand…

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Books On My Nightstand

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1. Fear, Faith, and a Fistful of Chocolate: Wit and Wisdom for Sidestepping Life’s Worries by Debora M. Coty. This is a sweet little book I’m looking forward to reading. From the back: Are you ready to strip Fear’s power and become the confident woman you were meant to be? … Maybe it’s time for a healthy does of truth gift-wrapped in humor.

2. Cleansing the Sanctuary of the Heart: Tools for Emotional Healing by David and Beverly Sedlacek. This past August I was able to attend a seminar by this couple and it was powerful. I can’t wait to read the book!

3. Get Back Up: Trusting God when Life Knocks You Down by Sheryl Giesbrecht. From the back of the book: Life is not always easy or fair for the follower of Christ. Yet, Sheryl Griesbrecht has learned, from the depths of past pain, it is possible to be raised up. It is possible to heal. Most importantly, it is possible to exchange hurt for hope. I’m giving a copy of this book away!

4. The 5 Money Personalities: Speaking the Same Love and Money Language by Scott and Bethany Palmer. As frugal as I am and as frugal as my husband is, you’d think we’d always agree on how to spend the money. Nope. Maybe he’ll read this one with me!

5. My Foolish Heart by Susan May Warren. This book is just for fun. Susan May Warren is one of the few Christian fiction authors I really enjoy reading. I’m picky and I don’t have a whole lot of time for reading, so when I do, I really want to be grabbed right into the story. Susan May Warren writes in a way that really draws me in.

6. Galactic News From Three Angels by David B. Smith. This one looks exciting! I’m fascinated by the book of Revelation and am looking forward expectantly to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. From the back of the book: Christians love to study and debate the cryptic messages coming from these three galactic messengers. But what assurances can the people of God – perhaps the final generation – have in these last days? … In sorting out the symbols, the antichrist powers, and the fallen kingdoms, Galactic News from Three Angels brings us back to a very simple kind of assurance: it’s all about worship.

7. Parenting Your Teen and Loving It: Being the Mom Your Kids Needs by Susie  Davis. I’ve already started this and know I’m going to love it. I follow Susie Davis on Instagram and she has a popular blog. From the back of the book: Cell phones and Facebook. Slammed doors and mood swings. Somehow, your sweet child changed into a baffling bunch of hormones you barely recognize. You love your teen but worry about being the mom you need to be.

8. Redemption in Genesis: The Crossroads of Faith and Reason by John S. Nixon. From the back of the book: In Redemption in Genesis, John S. Nixon looks for Jesus in the Bible’s beginning – in places where most Christians would not normally see Him, places where His presence is not obvious.

9. The Daniel Cure: The Daniel Fast Way to Vibrant Health by Susan Gregory and Richard J. Bloomer PhD. As a total health nut, I was anxious to read this one. From the back of the book: Take your healthy lifestyle to the next level. One of the most popular fasts in recent years has been the Daniel Fast, a 21-day period of prayer and fasting based on the Old Testament prophet’s fasts recorded in Daniel 1 and Daniel 10. The Daniel Cure uses the Daniel Fast to Launch you into your personal lifestyle of health, vitality, and vibrant energy.

10. Lead Your Family Like Jesus: Powerful Parenting Principles from the Creator of Families by Ken Blanchard, Phil Hodges, and Tricia Goyer. I’ve already been reading this one. Be looking for the review soon! From the back of the book: Does your family need an event planner to get organized? A psychologist to calm the drama? A playground manager to halt the hair pulling? When it comes to family leadership, what your children really need is… you, acting like Jesus.

11. War on Christmas: Battles in Faith, Tradition, and Religious Expression edited by Bodie Hodge. From the back of the book: Christmas – with its holiday lights, bright packages, and nativity displays – has become a controversial frontline in the increasingly intolerant culture wars. Find the truth about Christmas and the Christian’s response to a culture that seems to be declaring war on tradition and the Bible!

12. Take My Heart, Oh God: Riches from the Greatest Christian Women Writers of All Time by Sarah Young. This is a devotional book, perfect for those mornings {or days} when you need a quick pick me up. From the back of the book: God hears the daily cry of your heart. He knows you long to spend time with him amid your busy  schedule. He knows your doubts, your fears, your questions, your triumphs, your worries. He loves your beauty, your creativity, your giftings, your soul.

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