Reading Log 2022

On the Brink of Everything ~ Parker J. Palmer

This book is a companion for not merely surviving a fractured world, but embodying – like Parker – the fiercely honest and gracious wholeness that is ours to claim at every stage of life.

Krista Tippett

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Sage ~ Chris Bruno

Curated with clarity and care … [a] timely message for men who deeply desire to experience the full portion of masculine maturity, build an enduring legacy in the second half of life, and finish well.

Morgan Snyder

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The Road to Character ~ David Brooks

Blending psychology, politics, spirituality, and confessional, The Road to Character provides an opportunity for us to rethink our priorities and strive to build rich inner lives marked by humility and moral depth

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Signal Fires ~ Dani Shapiro

In Dani Shapiro’s first work of fiction in fifteen years, she returns to the form that launched her career, with a riveting, deeply felt novel that examines the ties that bind families together—and the secrets that can break them apart.

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The Household And The War For The Cosmos ~ C.R. Wiley

The household is not just a shelter from a war zone; it is the command center from which we launch our attacks. It’s this vision of the world, with the Christian family at the heart, that modern parents desperately need to recover.

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Interior Freedom ~ Jacques Philippe

Written in a simple and inviting style, this book seeks to liberate the heart and mind to enable it to live the true freedom to which God calls each one.

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The Choice ~ Dr. Edith Eva Eger

The Choice is more than an eloquent memoir by Holocaust survivor and psychologist Edith Eva Eger. It is an exploration of the healing potential of choice. . . Eger is not suggesting that she is unscarred by her experience, but that she lives a life filled with grace. The Choice is not a how-to book; it is, however, an invitation to choose to live life fully.

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Silverview ~ John Le Carre

Julian Lawndsley has renounced his high-flying job in the city for a simpler life running a bookshop in a small English seaside town. But only a couple of months into his new career, Julian’s evening is disrupted by a visitor.

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Life of the Beloved ~ Henri J.M. Nouwen

When Nouwen was asked by a secular Jewish friend to explain his faith in simple language, he responded with his greatest legacy, Life of the Beloved, which shows that all people, believers and nonbelievers, are beloved by God unconditionally.

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Get Your Life Back ~ John Eldredge

In Get Your Life Back, New York Times bestselling author John Eldredge provides a practical, simple, and refreshing guide to taking your life back.

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Where the Light Fell ~ Philip Yancey

In this searing meditation on the bonds of family and the allure of extreme faith, Yancey recounts his unexpected journey from a strict fundamentalist upbringing to a life in pursuit of compassion and grace.

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