My Book Shelf

I love books. Reading is my favorite hobby. I especially enjoy reading nonfiction and self-help books. I learn so much and am strengthened in my walk by reading them.

With this in mind here is a list of some of my favorites. While most are Christian, a few aren’t, but are nevertheless helpful. As time goes by I hope to add more to the list.

I hope that you will choose one (or several) to read.*

If you have a book that you have particularly enjoyed but is not listed here, please let me know. I would love to share your suggestions with my other readers.

Crazy Love by Francis Chan. A very good book that helps you see how much God wants to have a close, personal relationship with you. Helps you want that, too.

Get Out of That Pit by Beth Moore. Very clearly explains how we end up in pits and get stuck. Talks about ways we undermine ourselves and ways to stop.

Becoming a Vessel God Can Use by Donna Partow – A 10-week study guide that helps you become more confident and to understand who you are in Christ. Can be used alone or as a group study.

Having A Mary Heart In A Martha World by Joanna Weaver – talks about the busyness in women’s lives and how they can have a closer relationship with God.

FoolProofing Your Life – An Honorable Way to Deal With the Impossible People In Your Life by Jan Silvious – This is a great book for helping you understand how to deal with difficult people while realizing that the difficulties are not always your fault.

Life’s Golden Ticket by Brendon Burchard – A fictional story about a man so trapped by his past that he cannot see what is right in front of him. Helped me to see some things that I had been blind to. (Non-Christian book)

Praying Like Jesus, The Lord’s Prayer in a Culture of Prosperity by James Mulholland – a very gentle book that plainly states the importance of living the lessons taught in the Lord’s Prayer.

Soon To Be a Major Motion Picture:new Direction for Life’s Dramas A very good book for learning how to eliminate drama in your life.

Struggle For Intimacy by Janet G. Woititz – A good reference for Adult Children of Alcoholics, (ACOAs), it helps you understand why you have difficulty trusting people as well as helping you learn to overcome the difficulties. Also suitable for nonACOAs who struggle with intimacy.  (Non-Christian book)

 

 

*While I have linked these books to their author’s website when available, and encourage you to buy them through their site, some author’s sites do not permit me to link to them. Also, I recognize that not everyone can afford to do that. There are several online sites from which to buy used books. Also, many books are readily available in local thrift stores and used book stores. Whatever your choice, the important thing is that you read.

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