No newspaper again today, so I will have to wait until the Walgreen’s Weekly Ad is online tomorrow to post the deals. So that your trip over here isn’t a total waste I thought I would provide an update to my 2009 Book List.
Already Read in 2009:
The ONE book on my list that I could find at the library-
*The 15 Minute Organizer by Emilie Barnes
and others that weren’t on the list that I found, then added to the list and read-
*Simply Organized by Emilie Barnes
*Real-Life Homeschooling by Rhonda Barfield
*The Home Schooling Father by Michael Farris (I know I am not a father but it was still an interesting read)
In the Process of Reading:
*Systematic Theology by Wayne Grudem ( I may be crazy for adding a 1167 page book to my 2009 reading list but I started out using it for reference as I was reading the book of Isaiah and was so interested that I started reading straight through it. I am currently reading through Part 6 on The Doctrine of the Church. Interesting stuff.)
Books in the Mail on Their Way to Me:
*An Excellent Wife by Martha Peace. Nancy- I am looking forward to working through this one with you.
Still on the List to Read this Year:
*Becoming a Woman of Discretion: Cultivating a Pure Heart in a Sensual World by Nancy Leigh DeMoss
*Dumbing Down our Kids: Why American Children Feel Good About Themselves but Can’t Read, Write or Add by Charles Sykes
*Faithful Women and Their Extraordinary God by Noel Piper
*Family Integrated Church by J. Mark Fox
*Marriage to a Difficult Man: The Uncommon Union of Jonathan and Sarah Edwards by Elizabeth Dodds
*Mother by Kathleen Norris
*Proverbs for Parenting: A Topical Guide for Child Raising from the Book of Proverbs by Barbara Decker
*Raising Maidens of Virtue by Stacy McDonald
*Teach them Diligently: How to Use Scriptures in Child Training by Louis Paul Priolo
*The Ever-Loving Truth: Can Faith Thrive in a Post-Christian Culture by Voddie Bauchaum Jr.
*The Marketing of Evil: How Radicals, Elitists, and Pseudo-Experts Sell Us Corruption Disguised as Freedom by David Kupelian
*The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan
*The Voice of Matthew by Lauren F. Winner
*When You Rise Up: A Covenantal Approach to Homeschooling by RC Sproul
So far, none of the books have thrilled me to the point of telling you to run right out and buy them aside from Systematic Theology but I will keep you posted as I go since the one’s that I am most excited about, I have yet to get my hands on. Also, I am in the process of updating my recipe tab tonight so check back tomorrow for new recipes. Happy Weekend!