What I Read in 2013

In August, I turned a corner in my reading habits. It’s been years since I’ve faithfully read anything but my Bible. Up through high school, I read quite a bit, but then I got busier and I let books get crowded out of my schedule almost entirely. Next year, I hope to at least double the number of books read. I’d finished a few chapters in two of these titles previous to August, but that’s when I really started reading regularly.

What Did You Expect? by Paul David Tripp
This was an excellent book on marriage–fundamental, but challenging and encouraging. I’d highly recommend it. Review coming in the new year.


Matched (audio book) by Ally Condie
I’m kind of into these futuristic novels right now. They’re not for everyone, but I personally find them absolutely fascinating!

How to Worship Jesus Christ by Joseph Carroll

Choosing to SEE by Mary Beth Chapman
My review.

When I Don’t Desire God by John Piper
My favorite quotes.

Catching Fire (audio book) by Suzanne Collins

Mockingjay (audio book) by Suzanne Collins


Unplanned by Abby Johnson
My review.

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