I don’t ever want to get stuck in my faith or character. Living as a religious minority has increased my desire to understand and explore my own faith tradition. In the books section you’ll find some of the books that have challenged and pushed and changed me.
- Witnesses of the Kingdom, in Plough
- Searching for the Divine in Djibouti, The Curator
- Is Jesus a Liar?, in Revelant
- When You Feel Alone in Your Beliefs, Try This., Grit and Grace Project
- Serving as the Broken
- Dear American Church
- Citizens of Heaven
- Are You Mom Enough?, Desiring God
- How to Go on a Marriage Retreat Without Going on a Marriage Retreat, Babble
- I Know I Should Boast about Battle Scars
- Traveler, Writer, or Mother?
- Can Kids Make Us Happy?
- Simply Christian, by NT Wright (and anything by Wright)
- Abba’s Child, by Brennan Manning
- Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption, by Bryan Stevenson
- The Body Keeps the Score, by Bessel Van Der Kolk
- No More Faking Fine, by Esther Fleece
- Inspired, by Rachel Held Evans
- The Highly Sensitive Person, by Elaine S. Aron
- Daring Greatly, by Brene Brown
- An Altar in the World, by Barbara Brown Taylor
- Learning to Walk in the Dark, by Barbara Brown Taylor
- The Sacred Enneagram, by Christopher L. Heuertz