i cannot live without books (thomas jefferson).

Sunday, August 10, 2008 / Comments (4) / by elizabeth


books on my "bedside table" (aka my windowsill) from left to right:
the way to love by anthony demillo
what the spirit is saying to the Churches by henry blackaby
52 ways to help you and your small group grow by dave early and rod dempsey
bird by bird by anne lammott
everything belongs by richard rohr
rockabye: from wild to child by rebecca woolf
the message remix by eugene peterson
reaching out by henri nouwen
believing God, breaking free, and david: 90 days with a heart like His by beth moore

books i just returned to the bookshelf after i cleaned off my windowsill yesterday:
twilight , eclipse, and breaking dawn (three-fourths of the twilight saga) by stephenie meyer
the reason for God by tim keller
blue like jazz by donald miller

books in my purse:
ESV thinline compact Bible
crazy love by francis chan

what are you reading?

4 comments:

joy @ August 11, 2008 at 8:53 PM

if only i had time to read...BUT the last book i read was great. driving sideways by jess riley. so fun to read. you would like it.

olivia @ August 11, 2008 at 10:47 PM

breaking FREAKING dawn

Brad Ruggles @ August 12, 2008 at 1:42 PM

Those are some great books. A couple I haven't read yet and put on my list to check out.

My brother just told me about a book he's reading called "The End of Poverty" that I'm anxious to check out.

By the way, first time checking out your blog. Love your stuff and look forward to checking back soon.

elizabeth @ August 16, 2008 at 5:06 PM

@joy: i think i've heard of that, or maybe seen it at barnes and noble?

@o: please hurry up so we can talk about it!

@brad: hi, and welcome! i want to check out that book. let me know what you think if you read it!