Saturday, December 22, 2012

2012 Completed Challenges: Fall Into Reading

I completed Callapidder Day's Fall into Reading challenge. I was able to read quite a few books! A good blend of fiction and nonfiction. My favorite historical fiction novel would HAVE to be Serena B. Miller's A Promise to Love. I just LOVED, LOVED, LOVED that one! But I also really LOVED the two Sarah Sundin novels I read--both set during World War II. My favorite nonfiction read would probably be one of the Tozer books OR Practical Religion by J.C. Ryle.

1. A Memory Between Us. Sarah Sundin.
2. Blue Skies Tomorrow. Sarah Sundin. 
3. A Promise to Love. Serena B. Miller.
4. Twice Promised. Maggie Brendan.
5. Wondrous Works of God. Starr Meade
6. Whispers in the Wind. (Wild West Wind #2) Lauraine Snelling.
7. All Things New. Lynn Austin.
8. My First Handy Bible: Timeless Bible Stories for Toddlers. Cecilie Olesen. 
9. Jesus, Author of Our Faith. A.W. Tozer.
10. Grace Transforming: Phil Ryken. 
11. Twelve Unlikely Heroes: How God Commissioned Unexpected People in the Bible And What He Wants To Do With You. John MacArthur.
12. Practical Religion. J.C. Ryle. 
13. Keeping Holiday. Starr Meade. 
14. Christmas Roses. Amanda Cabot. 
15. The Christmas Pony. Melody Carlson. 
16. Designed for Devotion: a 365 Day Journey from Genesis to Revelation. Dianne Neal Matthews. 
17.  Joy: A Godly Woman's Adornment. Lydia Brownback. 
18. Trust. Lydia Brownback.
19. The Purpose of Man: Designed to Worship. A.W. Tozer. 
20. The Good News From North Haven. Michael L. Lindvall
21. Grace, Gold, & Glory. Gabrielle Douglas with Michelle Burford. 
22. Walking with Bilbo. Sarah Arthur. 
23. Gentleman of Her Dreams. Jen Turano. 2012. Bethany House. 68 pages.
24. God Loves You: He Always Has, He Always Will. Dr. David Jeremiah. 
25. A Lancaster County Christmas. Suzanne Woods Fisher.
26. Where God Finds You: 40 Devotions Bringing Bible Characters to Life. Anita Higman. 
27. Marriage Carol. Chris Fabry. 2011. Moody. 128 pages.
28. Pierced by the Word: Thirty-One Meditations for Your Soul. John Piper. 

© Becky Laney of Operation Actually Read Bible

2 comments:

Wholesome Womanhood said...

Great job on your reading list! You made it through quite a few books this fall.

Shonya said...

Wow, what a great list! Kinda bad for me to visit as you're making me add to my already unachievable "want to read" list. ;)

I think I'll start with Pierced by the Word for now.