Listed in no particular order. The books are clickable for your browsing ease. Some are duplicates from the father’s bookshelf. They’re just that good;)
1. Women of the Word
This is a superb overview on reading and studying the Bible with your mind and heart. She simply walks you through a step by step process that you can apply in your personal devotion time.
2. Instruments in the Hands of the Redeemer
Want practical relationship help? Here you go! I can’t say enough about the ways this book has blessed me and helped me work through struggles with others.
3. Treasuring Christ When Your Hands are Full
Eric got me this for Christmas a couple of years ago, and I just gobbled it up. An absolute gem for any busy momma!
4. New Mercies Every Morning
My copy of this dear book has coffee stains and bent pages with a warped cover! I read it last year and this year we are reading it as a family incorporated into family devotions!
5. Relationships a Mess Worth Making
Another amazing Paul Tripp, Tim Lane resource! So many helpful insights.
6. Mom Enough
Love, love, love this FREE resource from Desiring God. An excellent collection of encouraging articles.
This is another very practical resource. We use the PAUSE method for working through conflict that is defined in this book.
8. The Young Peacemakers
We have gone through this as a family a few times. It brings important heart level issues down to a child’s level. Great for elementary through high school!
9. The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment
This old re-printed puritan book is not for the faint of heart. It is heady reading and requires intention, but there are gems of great encouragement. (pun intended!)
10. ESV Study Bible (or ESV Transformation Bible)