Reading Well in 2016

I've long struggled with the place reading has in my life. I've decided to control my reading this year, instead of letting it control me. You can take a peek at my reading list by joining me at Out of the Ordinary.

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  1. I checked out your book list - you seem very organized and determined in your schedule! Good for you! Sometimes I get so frustrated with myself that I can't seem to make it through many non-fiction books, either because they're dry, or so full of deep theology that they make my head spin! If you could recommend three "entry-level" titles, what would they be?

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    1. Leah,

      I think I would recommend:

      Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands by Paul Tripp even though I'm early in it, it's fabulous!), 9 Marks of a Healthy Church by Mark Dever, and Humble Orthodoxy by Joshua Harris.

      Let me know if you choose to read any of them.

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