Tag: Reading

Let Your Soul Be Stirred to Action

I decided to add a “current events” category in my reading challenge for this year, not because it’s something I particularly enjoy, but because I think it’s helpful and good to be informed of what’s going on in the world at large. I’m not a news junkie, political die-hard, or economics geek; but there’s other […]

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Reading the Puritans: Where Should You Start?

The Puritans lived over 200 years ago, but their words still speak today. Through careful study of Scripture and much prayer, they left a legacy of writings and sermons that address the mind, confront the conscience, and engage the heart. And those who make the effort to mine their works carefully reap rich rewards! (Not sure what […]

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Why Should You Read the Puritans?

It’s been over two hundred years since the Puritans passed into eternity (as we looked at here), but they left a rich legacy of sermons and writings that speak to the whole of our being. Their works address the mind, confront the conscience, and engage the heart. Those who make the effort to mine their […]

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Join the Reading Challenge in 2017!

Good books have been some of my best friends, mentors, comforts, and sources of enjoyment throughout my life. But perhaps the greatest thing they have been is my teachers. We can learn so much from any type of book! Fiction can help us better understand other personalities, explore different areas of the world, and learn how […]

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Introducing Erin Salazar, Author of ‘Pix Goes to London’

I’m excited to introduce a real-life friend of mine today! Erin Salazar and I met at college and stayed in touch through social media ever since (fun fact: she was also our wedding photographer!). She’s a wife, mother, teacher, artist, and writer who loves to travel, and has a passion for opening children’s eyes to the joys of reading […]

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Lit!: A Christian Perspective on Reading

“Imagine that you make the wildly ambitious goal of reading one book per week for the next fifty years. Lofty aspiration! If you remain faithful to the task, you will read about 2,600 books. Not bad for five decades of reading. Now consider how many more books are available for you to read… Currently, the Library […]

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Reading: a Christian Perspective

I like books. Like, a lot. In fact, that’s a bit of an understatement… Growing up, I’d linger for hours in the library stacks, letting my fingers slide across the spines until a title intrigued me or an old favorite caught my eye. My tastes were simple: mysteries, classics, biographical fiction. I sit and read for […]

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