God's day. This is the day that the Lord has made; Let us rejoice and be glad in it. Psalm 118: 24

What I’ve read 2010

White – Ted Dekker

Green – Ted Dekker

Where the Red Fern Grows – Wilson Rawls

Can You Hear Me?  – Brad Jersak

Prayer – Philip Yancey

A Woman’s Heart:  God’s Dwelling Place – Beth Moore

Divine Secrets of the Ya Ya Sisterhood – Rebecca Wells

The Truth About Organic Gardening – Jeff Gillman

Homeschooling and the Voyage of Self-Discovery – David H. Albert

The Long Winter – Laura Ingalls Wilder (With Liam)

Owls in the Family – Farley Mowat (With Liam)

Bread Matters – Why and How To Make Your Own – Andrew Whitley

Outlander – Dianna Gabbaldon

Dragonfly in Amber – Dianna Gabbaldon

Voyager – Dianna Gabbaldon

Birthing The Easy Way:  By Someone Who Learned the Hard Way – Shelia Stubbs

Simply Give Birth – Heather Cushman-Dowdee (and friends)

A New Kind of Christianity – Brian McLaren

Handmade Beginnings – Anna Maria Horner

Everything I Want To Do Is Illegal – Joel Salatin

Tea With Hezbollah – Ted Dekker and Carl Medearis

Rivers from Eden – Brad and Eden Jersak

The Fabulous Mr. Fox  – Ronald Dahl (with Liam multiple times)

The Mouse and the Motorcycle – Beverly Cleary (with Liam)

A Million Miles in a Thousand Years – Donald Miller

Drums of Autumn – Dianna Gabbaldon

Rich Christians In An Age of Hunger – Ronald J. Sider

Self-Sufficency for the 21st Century – Dick and James Strawbridge

The Fiery Cross – Dianna Gabbaldon

The Time Travelers Wife – Audrey Niffenegger

Breaking Free – Beth Moore

Walking with God – talk to him, hear from him – really – John Eldridge

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