Let’s say you’ve got some free time this Christmas.
You’re sheltered at home. You’re stuck at the in-laws. You’re forced to watch football and you don’t care about it.
What would be a good book to consume? Here are 7 recommendations.
The Third Option: Hope for a Racially Divided Nation by Miles McPherson
In the midst of all the racial and social unrest over the past year, I read a lot of books about it. And this one was the best. It provides more than condemnation, it provides a clear path forward.
Unoffendable: How one change can make all of life better by Brant Hansen
In an age of social media rage and a cancel culture, this one is so needed. This book is a fun and compelling guide to choosing NOT to take offense.
Building a Storybrand: Clarify your message so customers will listen by Donald Miller
No matter what type of business you are in, this book will help you clarify your mission and message in a way that your family, customers, or staff will remember and rally behind.
The Vision Driven Leader by Michael Hyatt
What a great time to reassess your leadership – the start of a new year. Anything by Michael Hyatt helps you get there. This book is a must-read.
Forgiving what you can’t Forget: Discover How to move on, make peace with painful memories, and Create a life that’s beautiful again by Lisa TerKeurst
Many of us are with family right now that is reminding us of pain from our past. How do you move on when you can’t forget? Lisa’s wisdom will give you great hope and help.
The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Self-Discovery by Ian Morgan Cron
If you’ve not joined the enneagram craze yet, this is a great time. Especially when you are sitting around with people who you think “Why do you act that way?” This book will explain it all!
Soul Keeping: Caring for the Most Important Part of You by John Ortberg
If you read any of my blogs for any period of time you’ve seen me recommend this. It’s an annual read for me. It’s simply fantastic. And a must-read for all those struggling with Pandemic Fatigue.
Do more than binge a tv show… read a book. Your brain, and your eyes, will thank you!
Oh, and if you haven’t yet read my latest book After Amen: What to do while waiting on God, you can pick it up here.