I’m buckling up and setting my sights on a goal this summer. Because of that, I won’t have the time to devote writing posts for the blog during the month of June. But rather than just going silent, I’ve decided to try something different. I love hearing from you and thoroughly enjoy the interaction and feedback that happens in the comment section.
This month I’m going to ask YOU questions. I will weigh in with my own answers, but I’m mainly interested in just getting to know you. Some of the questions will be fun while others will hopefully take us deeper. After all… June is for questions.
Question #4. What is the best work of non-fiction that you’ve read this year?
I’m torn, so I’m just going to choose two of them. The Lemon Tree by Sandy Tolan was the perfect book to read in preparation for our trip to Israel. It’s a history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as seen through the eyes of two unique families and the love of a lemon tree.
My favorite spiritual read was probably Made to Crave by Lysa Terkeurst. I’ve pulled it out numerous times to reread passages. One of my greatest struggles is summed up in the subtitle: Satisfying your deepest desire with God, not food.
What about you?