On My Shelf (Nov 2021)


The winter chill has set in here, a blanket of snow covering the ground. The coziest place to read is snuggled under a throw by the window, listening to the wind howl.


While this may sound serene, it's usually short-lived, as coziness sends an alarm to the rest of my household who begin climbing over me, fighting for their spot to settle in.


(I think we just need a bigger couch).


Where's your favourite reading spot?


If you're on the lookout for something to add to your to-read list, I hope something from this list will interest you.

Christian Living

You're Only Human: How Your Limits Reflect God's Design and Why That's Good News by Kelly Kapic

Have you considered that you, as a human, are finite? And, that God created you that way and knows all your limits? Because this is true, there is a beautiful design in our humanity. Read my review here, and pre-order this title on Amazon. [4 stars] *

When Strivings Cease: Replacing the Gospel of Self-Improvement with the Gospel of Life-Transforming Grace by Ruth Chou Simons

This is a wonderful book for anyone who struggles to understand how grace impacts our daily life. Read my review here. [5 stars!] *

The Pursuit of God by A.W. Tozer

This was a convicting and inspiring read on deepening our love for God. We're challenged to rely on grace, to fix our hearts on heaven, and to gaze upon our saving God. Highly recommend! [5 stars]


Christmas

Is Christmas Unbelievable? 4 Questions Everyone Should Ask About the World's Most Famous Story by Rebecca McLaughlin

When it comes to apologetics, Rebecca writes in an easygoing, accessible way. This book, on the topic of Christmas, helps the believer address questions about the Christmas story, which they may hear from people around them, or ones you may have had yourself. It's a short read. Find my full review here. *

Theology

Do You Believe? 12 Historic Doctrines to Change Your Everyday Life by Paul David Tripp

How does what we believe impact how we live? This is a book about core Christian beliefs and how they intersect with our everyday life. The author has been a pastor and counsellor, so he's walked this journey alongside others for a long time. He writes about deep topics in an accessible way. If you're thinking about growing in your understanding of theology with practical application, this one is for you! Find my full review here. [5 stars]*