January is the new December. At least, that’s what I’m going on this year. 🙂 I’m using January as my catch-up, prepare-for-2015 month. So, here we go: my top 10 books from 2014.
It was a little challenging actually choosing 10 (I first picked about 6), since I only read 40. But nonetheless, these are 10 books that very much changed and shaped me as a person in 2014.
1. Made for More: An Invitation to Live in God’s Image (review here) (Hannah Anderson)
Hands down, this was my favorite book of 2014. Hannah’s writing is deep, as is her theology. But both are also presented in a way that is accessible. This book will no doubt contribute to growth in my desire to pursue personal flourishing and callings for the sake of God’s kingdom, present and eternal.
2. Parenting Without Borders: Surprising Lessons Parents Around the World Can Teach Us Hardcover (Christine Gross-Loh)