Favorite Books

12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos, Jordan B Peterson

Happiness Hypothesis, Jonathan Haidt

Untethered Soul, Michael Alan Singer

Anam Cara, John O’Donnohue

The Four Noble Truths of Love, Susan Piver

I Thought It Was Just Me, Brene Brown

Rising Strong, Brene Brown

The War of Art, Steven Pressfield

Big Magic, Elizabeth Gilbert

Digital Minimalism, Cal Newport

Dance of the Dissonant Daughter, Sue Monk Kidd

Tiny Beautiful Things, Cheryl Strayed

Small Victories, Anne Lamott

The Hiding Place, Corrie Ten Boom

In My Fathers House, Corrie Ten Boom

Tramp For the Lord, Corrie Ten Boom

Power in Praise, Merlin  Carothers

The Secret, Rhonda Byrne

When Heaven Invades Earth, Bill Johnson

George Muller of Bristol, His Life of Prayer and Faith, A. T. Pierson

The Sacred Marriage, Gary L. Thomas

Better Late Than Early, Raymond S. Moore, Dorothy N. Moore

Stepping Heavenward, Elizabeth Prentiss

The Screwtape Letters, CS Lewis

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*Books listed in bold are required reading material for our children.

2 Responses to Favorite Books

  1. wendy says:

    I am feeling the Lord drawing me to a deeper understanding of His character, by understanding the Jewishness of the Word. I was wondering if you could suggest reading material in this area. I come from a Full gospel back ground also. Thanks,

    • Rina says:

      That’s wonderful, Wendy! It is the opinion of my husband and I that this is something God is revealing to many of His people right now– the return to our Hebrew roots. From Sabbath to Sunday is definitely a great read, and I’ll ask my husband about some others. A great website you could look into, also, is http://www.seedofabraham.net, especially those under the “articles” section. He deals a lot with how the Old Testament is so foundational to the New Testament and the life of the Christian. Another book I’ve heard a lot about but never read is Fossilized Customs by Lew White and yet another I’ve not read is C.J. Koster’s Come Out of Her. Both of these books deal a lot with the pagan side of Christian customs and advocate a return to biblical principles. Lastly, there is They Loved the Torah by David Friedman. It’s another book I haven’t actually read, but we do own it and have a copy of it that I’d be happy to send to you. It deals with the Jewish nature of Jesus and his followers and if you’d like I can start reading it this week and post a review when I finish. From glancing through it, it appears to be a great read. Let me know if you’d like me to send you a copy of it and if you have a chance to look over the Seed of Abraham website, I’d love to know what you think.

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