You’d think that choosing five books that changed my life would be easy for a writer—for a writer who, as a child, surrounded herself with books as bountiful as the plastic balls in a Chuck E.
This Day: Collected & New Poems by Wendell Berry
Wendell Berry’s Sabbath Poems are filled with spiritual longing and political extremity, memorials and celebrations, and elegies and lyrics.
People of the Book by Geraldine Brooks
Inspired by a true story, People of the Book is a novel of sweeping historical grandeur and intimate emotional intensity by an acclaimed and beloved author.
Learning to think God’s way is a process. This year, spend intentional time with God by relying upon His Word. Begin your journey with a devotional from Tyndale, now on sale from 1/1-2/5/2018.
Finding Spiritual Whitespace by Bonnie Gray
Many of us find ourselves running on empty with no time for rest.
For 98 years, Americans have remembered those who served our country in uniform on 11 November – first as Armistice Day, and then, since 1954 as Veterans Day.
I’ve read plenty of books, Christian and not, and all of them have had some sort of influence on me. I love them all: history, humor, fiction, whatever.
Made to Crave: Satisfying Your Deepest Desire with God, Not Food by Lysa TerKeurst
I love food. I love to eat food, create food, and serve food. Good meals offer comfort, fun, and entertainment.
Janice Cantore, author and retired Long Beach police officer, provides inspiration to readers through engrossing suspense novels. Her twenty-two years of experience on the police force lend authenticity to her stories.