Books read in 2020

My goal every year is to read twelve books.

I love it when people post books that they are currently reading or have read, because a lot of times that is where I get my inspiration. I hear about a book or see it posted on social media and if it interests me, it goes into my Amazon saved list.

At the end of each year, I post the books that I have read just in case they might inspire someone else that is looking for their next choice!

Fee free to comment what you are reading or a book that you would recommend!! 😁

Books read in 2020-

1) Good Faith by: David Kinnaman & Gabe Lyons
2) Standing Together by: Carlos and Rosemarie Evans
3) Rhythms of Renewal by: Rebekah Lyons
4) Not Normal by: Sue Miller & Adam Duckworth
5) Every Day I Fight by: Stuart Scott
6) City Serve : Your Guide to Church- Based Compassion by: Dave Donaldson & Wendell Vinson
7) Unplanned by: Abby Johnson
8 ) Unstoppable by: Christine Caine
9) He Chose The Nails by: Max Lucado
10) Fervent by: Priscilla Shirer
11) Leaders Eat Last by: Simon Sinek
12) Prayers on Fire by: Brian Simmons & Gretchen Rodriguez
13) Always Enough/Never too much by: Jess Connolly & Hayley Morgan
14) The Me I want to Be by: John Ortberg
15) The Road Back To You- An Enneagram Journey to self discovery by: Ian Cron & Suzanne Stabile
16) You are the girl for the job by: Jess Connolly
17) Twelve Extraordinary Women by: John MacArthur
18) Multiply by: Francis Chan
19) Dandelion Souls by: Martha Garvin
20) Fear Gone Wild by:Kayla Stoecklein
21) The Shack by: WM. Paul Young
22) Wild Goose Chase by: Mark Batterson
23) Radical Together by: David Platt
24) A woman is no man by: Etaf Rum

Happy Reading!

About jfulford01

Hello to anyone taking time form their busy lives to read my blog. I am a wife to an amazing man, who I am blessed to serve alongside in youth ministry. I am mommy to two amazing kids who I am privileged to be able to homeschool. This blog is out of my comfort zone and certainly me trying to be obedient to Christ. I love Him more than I care about my own comfort or awkwardness. Hopefully, this blog is honest, real, and transparent. I'm not a big fan of fake. The Lord is using it to bring growth to me...and I pray that in the process something about my crazy beautiful life might also encourage others.
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