1. Tell Your Time by Amy Lynn Andrews
  2. 5 Conversations You Must Have with Your Son by Vicki Courtney
  3. 7 by Jen Hatmaker
  4. Kisses from Katie by Katie Davis and Beth Clark
  5. Choosing Gratitude by Nancy Leigh DeMoss
  6. Love Does by Bob Goff
  7. Let the Nations Be Glad: Missions and the Sovereignty of God by John Piper
  8. Culture Shift: The Battle for the Moral Heart of America by Al Mohler
  9. Keep a Quiet Heart by Elisabeth Elliot
  10. Not yet chosen: I want to read a brief history of the world type of book before we start homeschooling in the fall.  I find that my personal education is quite muddled in this area and would like to take steps to correct that before I’m trying to teach my sons.  Suggestions?
  11. Building Her House by Nancy Wilson
  12. The Roots of Endurance: Invincible Perseverance in the Lives of John Newton, Charles Simeon, and William Wilberforce by John Piper
  13. Why Isn’t a Pretty Girl Like You Married?  ….and Other Useful Comments by Nancy Wilson

That’s all for right now.  I’ll probably (okay, definitely) read more fiction as the year goes on because it’s the reading that I love, and I’ll show them on my reading list when I update this list.  I’d also like to note that when I finish Building Her House and Why Isn’t a Pretty Girl Like You Married?  …and Other Useful Comments, I will have read all of  Nancy Wilson’s works and that makes me a little sad because then there’s nothing new of hers for me to read.  Guess that just means that God has something else for me…or that I could start over.  🙂