This month I have some of my favorite books to recommend. This year, when I started to crochet blankets for nursing home patients, I listened to books while crocheting.
Options for audiobooks
There are many options for audiobooks and the two I use are Hoopla and Libby by Overdrive. They are available through your local library. Not all books are available but there is a nice selection. The popular books on Libby usually require a wait time. Last month I placed a hold on Let’s Roll by Lisa Beamer and the wait time says several months.
Below are some of my favorites I’ve read or listened to this year
Top Favorite books are:
Being Christian by Stephen Arterburn and John Shore – I enjoyed this one even though it is basic Christian beliefs, It was a refresher of why Christians believe what they believe.
Divine Direction by Craig Groeschel – I was seeking God on something specific and picked up this book. Pastor Groeschel gives practical guidance for decision-making and praying for God’s divine direction.
Overcoming Fear, Worry, and Anxiety by Elyse Fitzpatrick – I’ve allowed negativity from the news and on social media to give me fear and worry. Elyse writes practical advice that helped me to see areas of my life I was allowing fear in. Biblically based and easy to read, pointing you back to scripture. Many Christian living books, I read along with my Bible.
Money, Possessions, and Eternity by Randy Alcorn
Fierce Faith by Alli Worthington
Everybody Always by Bob Goff
Don’t have Time to Listen?
Try listening to books while cleaning, doing dishes, laundry, etc. from your phone or tablet. The Libby and Hoopla apps are easy to use. All you need is a library card from your local library.
What books have you read lately that you can recommend?