WWW Wednesdays (Nov.14)

To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…

• What are you currently reading?
• What did you recently finish reading?
• What do you think you’ll read next?

My answers:

What are you currently reading? I’m trying to read “Jesus: A Theography” by Leonard Sweet & Frank Viola. But, I am finding it dry, and therefore making excuses for other things to do than read. Maybe I need to set it aside and choose something lighter, for now — go back to this one at another time. We’ll see.

What did you recently finish reading? I finished “Healing the Scars of Emotional Abuse” by Gregory L. Jantz, the other day. A good book for those who aren’t necessarily physically abused, but are being brought down by words or even silence.

What do you think you’ll read next? I’m not sure, honestly. I’m waiting for my new book to come in the mail — “When God Writes Your Love Story” by Eric & Leslie Ludy. But, in the meantime, I think I want something light and fluffy. Just not sure which book to pick.

PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT with either the link to your own WWW Wednesdays post, or share your answers in a comment here (if you don’t have a blog). Thanks! :D

34 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays (Nov.14)

  1. I’ve been wanting to read the Viola/Sweet book as well, but I don’t think it will be this side of the New Year now. I still haven’t read Viola’s From Eternity to Here yet, so may have to read that first. My WWW post is HERE.


    • I read “A New Kind of Christian” back in 2006, and found it interesting. I’d been studying about the Emergent Church, and wanted to know where Brian McLaren stood on the issues that were involved… I was pleasantly surprised, despite that some called him the “leader” of the movement.


  2. WWW Wednesdays:
    I’m currently reading Savannah by the Sea by Denise Hildreth. It’s a good southern book with bigger than life characters.
    I recently finished reading The Devil’s Dime by Bailey Bristol. I recommend this book to people who enjoy romantic suspense books. It was really good.
    Next, I’m going to read The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul by Deborah Rodriguez.


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