What I’m Reading: April Edition

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With a new month, comes a new reading list. I’m still finishing up Swipe Right, from last month’s selections, but looking forward to what’s next.

Here’s What I’m Reading in April

Old-Earth Creationism on Trial by Tim Chaffey & Jason Lisle – The girls and I have focused a lot of our morning apologetics discussions on the age of the earth. We recently watched a broadcast of a talk Ken Ham gave about dinosaurs at a church in Georgia. On a survey of twenty-somethings many confessed that though many still believed  that the Bible is God’s Word, the idea that the earth is millions of years old, caused them to doubt the Bible. This inspired us to do a bit of our own research on the ‘millions of years’ theory.

Anne of Green Gables by L M Montgomery – I read Anne of Green Gables in the 8th grade. I remember enjoying it but all the details of the story are pretty much forgotten. I heard Netflix is premiering an original series next month, so I want to refresh my memory before it airs.

If My Husband Would Change, I’d Be Happy (& Other Myths Wives Believe) by Rhonda Stoppe – I picked up this book at a local Mom’s Night Out event last year. The author spoke about her book at the event and I was so excited to come home and read it. Sadly it’s been on stand-by on my nightstand since.

Respectable Sins by Jerry Bridges – I was looking for a sort a devotional to go through with my older girls, and this book was recommended by a few people I know. I’m pre-reading (as I often do) before sharing it with my girls. From the back of the book: Jesus died to set us free from sin, even the sneaky, respectable kind. But before that can happen, we have to get honest, wich is what this book is all about. It’s a chance to explore “good Christian sin” and what to do when you recognize it in your life.

What are you reading this month? Let us know, in the comments below.


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