In My Book Basket (Fall 2022)

Changes That Heal: Four Practical Steps to a Happier, Healthier You

This book has been a lifesaver for me this summer since I have been walking through a season of depression. Many of us struggle with anxiety, loneliness, and feelings of inadequacy. We know that God created us in his image, but how can we be loving when we feel burned out? How can we be free when we struggle with addiction? Will we ever enjoy the complete healing God promises?

Combining his professional expertise and personal experience, renowned psychologist Dr. Henry Cloud guides us through four basic ways to become joy-filled, mature followers of Christ.

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Unoffendable: How Just One Change Can Make All of Life Better

It’s a radical, provocative idea: We’re not entitled to get offended or stay angry. The idea of our own “righteous anger” is a myth. It is the number one problem in our societies today and, as Dallas Willard says, Christians have not been taught out of it. But what if Christians were the most unoffendable people on the planet?

This book will show you how one life change can make all of life better. Highly recommended!

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The Clutter Fix: The No-Fail, Stress-Free Guide to Organizing Your Home

My friend Shannon Acheson has done it again! Her books help us live a more organized and beautiful life. Living in a disorganized, cluttered home can leave you feeling chaotic, anxious, and even depressed. You want a change, but you don’t know where to begin.

The Clutter Fix is here to help. She has written the only book you’ll ever need to get your entire home sorted and organized for good–in a way that makes sense for you and your family’s unique, God-given personalities.

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How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World

An apple pie is easy to make…if the market is open. But if the market is closed, the world becomes your grocery store. This picture book takes readers around the globe to gather ingredients for a delicious apple pie. 

We read this book each fall when our kids were young and I have gifted it to many families since. Such a fun read that sneaks in a geography lesson and gives a recipe for an apple pie at the end!

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Orphan Train

I began reading fiction during the pandemic, having never take the time much before to do so. This one was one of the books I read during that time.

Between 1854 and 1929, so-called orphan trains ran regularly from the cities of the East Coast to the farmlands of the Midwest, carrying thousands of abandoned children whose fates would be determined by pure luck. Would they be adopted by a kind and loving family, or would they face a childhood and adolescence of hard labor and servitude?

Moving between contemporary Maine and Depression-era Minnesota, Orphan Train is a powerful novel of upheaval and resilience, of second chances, and unexpected friendship.

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