J. Kaye is hosting the 100+ Reading Challenge in 2009.
This will be a super-stretch for me. Last year I probably read twenty Christian books. (Now, the challenge isn't for Christian books only. It is for anything and everything. But my own restriction is to have the challenge be for this blog only, and this blog only reviews Christian stuff. So there you have it.) So to aim for 100 is a true challenge. But I want to do it. I need to do it. So let's see how it goes.
1. In the Company of Secrets by Judith Miller
2. Jonathan Edwards for Armchair Theologians by James P. Byrd
3. Whispers Along the Rail by Judith Miller
4. Never Say Diet by Chantel Hobbs
5. An Uncertain Dream by Judith Miller
6. Nefertiti by Michelle Moran
7. On Church Leadership by Mark Driscoll
8. The Heretic Queen by Michelle Moran
9. The Courtship of the Vicar's Daughter by Lawana Blackwell
10. Red Letters edited by Timothy Beals
11. Gingham Mountain by Mary Connealy
12. John Calvin And His Passion for the Majesty of God by John Piper
13. The Convenient Groom by Denise Hunter
14. The Desires of Her Heart by Lyn Cote
15. Christianity in Crisis 21rst Century by Hank Hanegraaff
16. Heart of a Lion by Gilbert Morris
17. Just Another Girl by Melody Carlson
18. Wycliffe New Testament
19. Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross edited by Nancy Guthrie
20. The Passion of Mary Margaret by Lisa Samson
21. The Classic Bible Storybook by Kenneth N. Taylor
22. Journey to the Well by Diana Wallis Taylor
23. Michal by Jill Eileen Smith
24. Fireflies In December by Jennifer Erin Valent
25. A Passion Most Pure by Julie Lessman
26. A Passion Redeemed by Julie Lessman
27. No Woman So Fair by Gilbert Morris
28. Before the Season Ends by Linore Rose Burkard
29. Fixing Abraham by Chris Tiegreen
30. A Passion Denied by Julie Lessman
31. The Secret Holocaust Diaries by Nonna Bannister
32. The House in Grosvenor Square by Linore Rose Burkard
33. Tyndale's New Testament (1534)
34. A Bride in the Bargain by DeeAnne Gist
35. The Disappearance of God by R. Albert Mohler Jr.
36. Eyes Wide Open by Jud Wilhite
37. Love's Pursuit by Siri Mitchell
38.Offworld by Robin Parrish
39.The Enclave by Karen Hancock
40. Montana Rose by Mary Connealy
41. The Frontiersman's Daughter by Laura Frantz
42. Lady of Milkweed Manor by Julie Klassen
43. June Bug by Chris Fabry
44. North Or Be Eaten by Andrew Peterson
45. Whirlwind by Cathy Marie Hake
46. Fearless by Max Lucado
47. Mortimer's First Garden by Karma Wilson
48. Who Made the World by Kathleen Long Bostrom
49. What is the Bible by Kathleen Long Bostrom
50. My Story Bible: 66 Favorite Stories by Jan Godfrey
51. The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis
52. Though Waters Roar by Lynn Austin
53. A Measure of Mercy by Lauraine Snelling
54. Touched by a Vampire: Discovering the Hidden Messages in the Twilight Saga by Beth Felker Jones.
55. The Swiss Courier. Tricia Goyer and Mike Yorkey. 2009. Revell. 324 pages.
56. Thirsty. Tracey Bateman.
57. A Constant Heart by Siri Mitchell
58. God Gave Us Christmas. Lisa Tawn Bergren
59. God Gave Us Love. Lisa Tawn Bergren.
60. Treasured: Knowing God by the Things He Keeps by Leigh McLeroy
61. What is God Like by Beverly Lewis. 2008.
62. Thank You, God! Illustrated by Sophie Allsopp.
63. Questions from Little Hearts by Kathleen Long Bostrom.
64. Baby Bible: Stories About Jesus. Currie, Robin.
65. Toddler Bible by Bethan James and Yorgus Sgouros.
66. All God's Critters by Bill Staines
67. He's Got The Whole World In His Hands. Illustrated by Kadir Nelson.
68. Old MacNoah Had An Ark by Sally Lloyd-Jones.
69. Bedtime Prayers edited by Jennifer Frantz.
70. Everyday Prayers edited by Jennifer Frantz
71. God Found Us You by Lisa Tawn Bergren.
72. Mortimer's First Garden. Karma Wilson.
73. Heart of a Shepherd. Rosanne Parry
74. The Fiddler's Gun by A.S. Peterson
The 100+ Reading Challenge will be hosted here this year. Here are the guidelines:
1) You can join anytime as long as you don’t start reading your books prior to 2009.
2) This challenge is for 2009 only. The last day to have all your books read is December 31, 2009.
3) You can join anytime between now and December 31, 2009.
6) All books count: children’s, YA, adults, fiction, non-fiction, how-tos, etc.
7) Feel free to post in the comment section or on Yahoo Groups your monthly progress as well as your favorite books that month.