Except for February, I think this is my year of underachieving when it comes to reading!
I finished three books in May; the first was on my 2016 reading list, but the other two were not.
1. Age of Opportunity: A Biblical Guide to Parenting Teens by Paul David Tripp. The author encourages parents to use the teen years to prepare their children for the life ahead of them rather than to see it as a season just to be survived. He deals a lot with promoting their spiritual growth and maturity, which begins by living a Godly example before them.
2. What a Girl Needs from Her Mom by Cheri Fuller. I thought this book covered the mother/daughter relationship very well! It talks about all the different ways we can develop our relationship with our daughters. The author has good insight into issues we will face with them. Much of her focus is on keeping the lines of communication open. I had gotten this book at the library, but I bought a copy for myself so that I can read it again from time to time.
3. Living Beyond Your Capacity by Paul Chappell. This was a helpful read about viewing the Holy Spirit as a person and acknowledging all the roles He plays in our spiritual walk as well as appreciating the work that He does in our lives.
What have you been reading lately?
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