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Reading List Review: August 2016

Reading List Review: August 2016

Reading List Review: August 2016 | Making the Most Blog

This month, I have to say I’m pretty pleased with the amount of reading I accomplished, considering I started late.  I probably started really reading again around the middle of the month and really got a lot done.  So without further ado..

Here’s what I read during the month of August (click links for the review):

What I’m Reading Now:

  • Undefiled: Redemption From Sexual Sin, Restoration for Broken Relationships by Harry Schaumburg
  • Becoming a Woman of Excellence by Cynthia Heald
  • Uninvited by Lysa TerKeurst
  • The Happiness Dare by Jennifer Dukes Lee

Looking Forward to Reading:

  • Raising a Young Modern-Day Princess by Doreen Hanna and Karen Whiting
  • If by Mark Batterson
  • DNA of Relationships by Gary Smalley
  • The Promise of Security by Beth Moore
  • In Between by Jenny B. Jones
  • The Promises of God by R.C. Sproul
  • Reimagining Church by Frank Vida
  • The Seeds of Beauty by Lakeysha-Marie Green
  • Fun Loving You by Ted Cunningham
  • Follow Me? by David Platt
  • The Beginning by Karen Kingsbury
  • Boundaries with Teens by John Townsend
  • Praying Circles Around Your Children by Mark Batterson
  • Too Blessed to be Stressed by Debora M. Coty
  • Kingdom Woman by Tony Evans
  • Rising Strong by Brene Brown
  • 4 Seasons of Marriage by Gary Chapman
  • The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
  • Sparkly Green Earrings by Melanie Shankle
  • Vertical Church by James MacDonald
  • Is the Bible True…Really? by Josh McDowell
  • Grief Observed by C.S. Lewis

Devotions I’m Reading This Year:

  • Praying God’s Word Day by Day by Beth Moore

What did you read last month?

Whitney Wagner

Hi, I'm Whitney! Wife to Prince Charming and mom of two gorgeous girls, I am also an author, speaker, and Jesus follower. I love writing, books, bags, and all things creative.

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