Last month’s reading selection is taking a little longer to complete than I expected; nevertheless, March is here, and with it is a new set of books I’ll be diving into in the next few days.
Here’s What I’m Reading in March
The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle by AVI – The girls and I picked this one out as our read aloud for March, and I gotta say we are really liking it. It’s the story of a 13-year-old girl’s journey from Liverpool to Rhode Island as the only female passenger on a merchant ship. We’re only a few chapters in, but we’re hooked!
Swipe Right by Levi Lusko – Pastor Levi is well-known for his raw honesty, transparency and no-nonsense approach to pretty much any subject. Swipe Right addresses love, sex, and romance from a biblical perspective.
10 Reasons to Trust the Bible by Don Stewart – I’m a big fan of Don Stewart and his ability to explain the most complex subject in the simplest way. I’m looking forward to finishing this one later this week.
Already Gone by Ken Ham & Britt Beemer – I’ve read this one 4 times in the last 5 years, and every time I read it, I am appalled at what is happening in our churches. Ken Ham teamed up with researcher Britt Beemer to uncover the reasons why young people are loosing their faith, even while attending Sunday school. Please, please read this. And DO something about it.
What are you reading this month? Let us know, in the comments below.
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