Monday, January 2, 2012

12 Books in 2012

I plan to read at least one book every month this year.  Here is my list for 2012 so far.

January- Spiritual Disciples for the Christian Life by Donald Whitney
February- Made to Crave by Lisa Terkeurst 
March- Women Reaching Women by Chris Adams
April- Margin by Richard Swensen
May- Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day
June- Grace for the Good Girl by Emily Freeman
July- Sun Stand Still by Steven Furtick
August- Sacred Marriage by Gary Thomas
September-  Knowledge of the Holy AW Tozer
OctoberTransformed Lives: Taking Women’s Ministry to the Next Level by Chris Adams
November- The Money Saving Mom’s Budget by Crystal Paine
December- One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp

Continuing Reads throughout the Year:
Jesus Calling
Home Comforts

Last year I made a reading list for 2011 and was pretty proud of how many I actually read. 

Books I read in 2011:

1. Becoming a Woman who Pleases God by Pat Enis and Lisa Tatlock
2. Love and Respect by Emerson Eggerichs
3. His Needs, Her Needs by Willard Harley
4. Saving Your Marriage before it Starts by Les and Leslie Parrot
5. Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey

6. Financial Peace University by Dave Ramsey
7. The Family by Dorothy Patterson
9. The House that Cleans Itself by Mindy Stuart Clark
10. It's My Turn by Ruth Bell Graham
11. Letters from Ruth's Attic by Ruth Bell Graham
12.Sheet Music by Dr. Kevin Leman
13.  5 Star Living on a 3 Star Budget by Feinburg
14. Handbook for Minister's Wives by Dorothy K. Patterson
15. The Excellent Wife by Martha Peace

These were not on my original list but I also read:
16. The Help
17. Home Comforts (it is a household management book, and I’m still making my way through it but it has so much useful information in it!)

I’m linking to The Nester’s party


  1. Oh, I have Home COmforts. I haven't read it through, more like read it for a reference. And The book by Crystal Paine! I didn't know she'd written one. I used to chat with her on a VirtuousWoman message board several years ago.


  2. Ooh, I've got about 4 of those in my "to-be-read" pile, too, including "Grace for the Good Girl," "Money Saving Mom's Budget" and "One Thousand Gifts." I want to read something by Tozer, too... I haven't decided what quite yet. Good list!

  3. @Anonymous
    I remember when you mentioned it when you were giving me suggestions on getting out wrinkles of my tree skirt- and I thought oh wow! I should have thought to look in there :) I started reading it straight through just because there is so much good information to be learned in it! But it is a hard read- def intended to be a reference book!


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