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Reading List Review: December 2015

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I had actually hoped to finish more reading than I actually did over the last month, though I have to say this is still better than it used to be.  In December, I’ll be focusing on finishing some more books that were on my list of things to read this year rather than picking up so many new releases.  I’ll let you know how that goes in about a month!  So, here’s how I did this month:

Here’s what I read during the month of November:

  • Renovate or Die: 10 Ways to Focus Your Church on Mission by Bob Farr
  • Fervent: A Woman’s Battle Plan to Serious, Specific and Strategic Prayer by Priscilla Shirer
  • The Same Love: A Devotion by Paul Baloche
  • Rest Assured: A Recovery Plan for Weary Souls by Vicki Courtney
  • Good Things: Seeing Your Life Through the Lens of God’s Favor by Kevin Gerald

What I’m Reading Now:

  • Do Over: Rescue Monday, Reinvent Your Work, and Never Get Stuck by Jon Acuff
  • 100 Days of Kindness by Jacob Reimer

Looking Forward to Reading:

  • Praying God’s Word by Beth Moore
  • Boundaries in Marriage by Henry Cloud & John Townsend
  • Where is God When It Hurts? by Philip Yancey
  • DNA of Relationships by Dr. Gary Smalley
  • The Promise of Security by Beth Moore

On Deck:

  • 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
  • Sparkly Green Earrings by Melanie Shankle
  • Vertical Church by James MacDonald
  • Is the Bible True…Really? by Josh McDowell

Devotions I’m Reading This Year:

  • November: The Same Love by Paul Baloche
  • December: Women of Courage by Jennifer Carter

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.

Making the Most exists so that I can share with you how we make the most of what we have and the most of each day we've been given with the hope that you can make the most of what you have too.

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