Friday, January 3, 2020

Recent reads.

Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom- I had had this on my list for awhile, mainly because it seemed like a classic, and it was nice because I didn't have to wait for it at our local library. I enjoyed it, but also yearned for Christian aspects, as I believe believing in Jesus is the most important thing, but Morrie seemed to take bits and pieces of various religions. I did appreciate his positive outlook despite suffering great difficulty and his value on relationships.


Risen Motherhood: Gospel Hope for Everyday Moments by Laura Wifler and Emily Jensen- A women's Bible study I am in recently finished this, and I thought it was really good! I thought it was very applicable and relatable, and deeply encouraging. I loved how it went through different topics, and within each topic went through how that related to creation, fall, redemption, and restoration. It was also challenging in ways, to persevere in your Christian walk and to serve steadfastly and joyfully. I would definitely recommend!


Ghosted by Rosie Walsh- I heard this recommended somewhere, but I can never remember where because my book list is so long. I enjoyed it! I thought the first part was a little slow moving, but I loved parts two and three. It was intriguing to make you want to find out the story, and I was also satisfied with the ending. It's about a couple who only spends a week together, but falls in love, and then she suddenly stops hearing from him and she tries to discover why and there's a big secret. It's hard to say more than that without giving too much away, but it was worth the read!

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