Weekend Reads: Good Stuff Online Edition
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I’ve got several great and exciting new things to share with you this weekend, so I’m skipping right to those and will bring you more books from our house next week. Biggest piece of news: On Monday I get to interview Jennifer Fulwiler of Conversion Diary! I hope you’ll be able to join us during or after this live interview! Her new memoir, Something Other Than God: How I Passionately Sought Happiness and Accidentally Found It, will release April 29th, … Read More

Weekend Reads: So Much Good Reading!
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Amazon links are affiliate links and help pay for site costs & my book addiction. Thanks! Books Read at Our House This Week The boys read the three Pat McManus books we owned, so we had to go to the library and get the four other titles there. I’ve given the boys free reign in their Goodreads recordkeeping this year, and I have fun (as do my dad and my brother) seeing what they say. Of Into the Twilight, Endlessly … Read More

Weekend Reads, a link-up
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I am so glad I started this series of posts! It has been a motivator for me to close the laptop when I start mindlessly browsing Pinterest and instead pick up my books. After all, I have to share what I’m reading every week, and not only is there no one who wants to read the same list week after week, I don’t want to write the same list and have nothing new to say each weekend! Books Read at … Read More

Weekend Reads, a link up: For February
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Cold outside and colds within. It’s a good week for reading. Books Read at Our House This Week I have a new favorite Bible story book: 365 Great Bible Stories by Carine MacKenzie. The stories are short and well-told, with a sentence or two at the end tying them to Jesus, and the illustrations are not silly or stylized. I finished The Living Page: Keeping Notebooks with Charlotte Mason, and have a post idea or two inspired by it. It … Read More

Weekend Reads, a link up: Fiery Simplicity
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Weekends with Chesterton Visit Sarah’s Weekends with Chesterton link up for more great Chestertonian nuggets of wisdom. There was a time when you and I and all of us were all very close to God; so that even now the color of a pebble (or a paint), the smell of a flower (or a firework), comes to our hearts with a kind of authority and certainty; as if they were fragments of a muddled message, or features of a forgotten … Read More

Weekend Reads, a link-up: Experts, Art, and Joy
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It’s been a decent week for reading in our house, but that’s because we’ve all got a cold that won’t let go. It’s good to see the silver lining, and more time in books is a certain silver lining. Weekends with Chesterton Visit Sarah’s Weekends with Chesterton link up for more great Chestertonian nuggets of wisdom. I am always suspicious of the expert who knows he is an expert. Far better to seek the wisdom of the common, the ordinary, … Read More

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