Choosing five books that changed my life ranks up there with the challenge of choosing one book as my all-time favorite. I love books, so much so I don’t believe in getting rid of books—ever. I tried once.
The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah
Ernt Allbright returned from the Vietnam War and he had not been the same since.
Books have always been places of safety for me, places where I can try out what it’s like to be someone else for a time, or go anywhere in the world, or open my heart to new ways of thinking.
Educated by Tara Westover
One of my favorite genres is memoir. I had heard about Educated last year when it was named one of the Ten Best Books of 2018 by the New York Times.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we are highlighting Ten Books by Amazing Women. This list features women who share their wisdom, stories of courage and lessons of faith. Be inspired by their stories.
Missional Motherhood by Gloria Furman
Sadly, motherhood is no longer a popularly celebrated calling. We do everything that we can to delay it, ignore it, and/or be “limited” by it.
The Sabbath by Abraham Joshua Heschel
In a culture full of distractions and want, even the Church has looked at the Sabbath as a day to get things done. Go to church. Pick up groceries. Do laundry.
Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders
This book was at the top of every list this year. As the recipient of the this year’s Man Booker Award, I decided to give it a shot.
Expecting Better by Emily Oster
My husband and I recently found out that we are expecting a little girl! As someone who is averse to self-help books and the like (I did not read 16 marriage books before my wed
The following is written by guest author, Tricia McCary Rhodes.
I have been a book lover from my earliest years, as are most writers.