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:
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!