What I'm Reading in 2016

I've dubbed this the year of the Christian classic.

It's also the year that I start reading the hundreds of books on my Kindle before I buy another hard copy book.

For years, I've been wanting to dedicate time to reading Christian classics (or books by authors who have written a Christian classic) so the top of the year seemed like the best time. And it doesn't hurt that I've got quite a few Christian classics already loaded on my Kindle.

I kicked off the year reading The Weapon of Prayer by E.M. Bounds. I finished it recently and found it both convicting and edifying. Now I'm reading The Pursuit of God by A.W. Tozer which I downloaded for free because there was a public domain book available for Kindle. I'm still early in the book, but I feel like I need to start over so I can re-read it more slowly. It's challenging in a very good way.

I've got lots of others Christian classics on my to-read list (and my list has recently grown thanks to some great recommendations).

A few include:

Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis

Absolute Surrender by Andrew Murray

The Cost of Discipleship by Dietrich Boenhoffer

Hinds Feet on High Places by Hannah Hurnard

You can check out the rest on my Goodreads profile where I'll be tracking my reading progress this year. 

Would love to know what you're reading right now. Do share!