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Call Me American by Abi Nor Iftin
Call Me American is the true life story of Abi Nor Iftin, a Somalian Refugee who travels to the US in his twenties.
Ben-Hur (audio dramatized version) by Lew Wallace
This month I’m enjoying the classic story of Ben-Hur as an audio drama, which, unlike an audio book, has a full cast, immersive sound effects, and cinematic mus
I’ve been really enjoying my Filament Bible for my morning and evening quiet times.
This month I’m not reading one book but a blend of many . . . in the form of a free, new app called Refresh! There are several things about Refresh that strike me with excitement.
Rhythms of Renewal by Rebekah Lyons
I’ve been wanting to read this book after a friend recommended an episode of the Rhythms for Life podcast hosted by Rebekah and Gabe Lyons.
Becoming by Michelle Obama
I’ve been wanting to read this book for awhile and finally had the opportunity to start reading it.
From my boyhood days of reading the Encyclopedia Brown series and The Chronicles of Narnia, books have always been a part of my life. They hold the power to stop time as I enter a whole new world.
My mother switched the lights off. I knew she expected me to close my eyes and drift off to sleep. Instead, I pulled the quilt over my head so the glow of my reading light wouldn’t filter out the door.