Summer Reading Challenge 2007

Here are my list of books for the Summer Reading Challenge…better late than never. Still completing my Spring challenge books. So for the summer…

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and these….

Hood by Stephen Lawhead

Ancient Christian Devotional (year long)

Linnets and Valerians by Goudge

The little White Horse by Goudge

The Nine Tailors by Dorothy Sayers

Have His Carcase by Dorothy Sayers

The Documents in the Case by Dorothy Sayers

Knowing Scripture by R.C. Sproul

Stepping Heavenward by Prentiss

Future Grace by John Piper

I’m also in the midst of my daily Bible reading. I’m reading every book 20 times starting with the shorter books in the New Testament. I’m on I Timothy right now and I’ll move to Philippians next. By the end of the summer I might have 3 more books of the Bible completed…

I might also add any good books I find at Goodwill during the summer…:)

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

I hope to join the fun at Seasonal Soundings….

About Ellen am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

5 thoughts on “Summer Reading Challenge 2007

  1. I am amazed. Where do you find the time? I’m glad you’re my friend so all that wisdom you glean from all those books can shower over onto me…

    Jody, Where do I find the time? I’m not preparing meals for the masses here in my easy to clean condo…blessings my friend.

  2. Great list… I’m so enjoying perusing the lists of other Summer Reading Challengers. Happy reading, Laura

    Laura, Thanks for stopping by. Happy reading to you, too. 🙂

  3. I just found your link on Lovella’s blog. I am brand new to blogging, and yours is one that I will be reading faithfully. You must have been doing this a long time – yours is so comprehensive. I look forward to spending some time here. Also, it is soooo nice to find another passionate book reader. I retired in December and began in January with a study of prayer…and one book just seemed to lead to another….I have read 50 books since then (not all on prayer of course). Lasat, but not lease, I am so thrilled to find someone else who knows about Elizabeth Goudge! I have a collection of her books; discovered her when I was about 13 (43 years ago) and she is one author I read over and over again! Do you feel the same about her?

  4. Sara, I’m delighted to meet you. Welcome to the world of blogging. I’ve been blogging since March of this year. I’m happy to hear you recommend Goudge. These are going to be the first books of hers I read. I’m trying to get some of her adult ones, too. My blogging friend Island Sparrow is the person that introduced me to Goudge. I’ll hop over to your blog and finish my comment there… blessings.

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