The Non-Fiction Books We Loved in 2018, and What We Will Read in 2019

We asked our contributors to tell us their favorite faith-inspired book read in 2018 and what they look forward to reading in 2019, so we could share the book love with you.

We would love to hear your recommendations in the comments!

The Books We Loved

Kayla Anderson: The Best Yes by Lysa Terkeurst

Britney Bradley: There’s No Such Thing as Bad Weather by Linda Akeson McGurk

Sarah Clews:  Bread and Wine by Shauna Niequist

Britney Closner: Hope in the Dark by Craig Groeschel

Sarah Dohman:  Soul Rest: Reclaim Your Life. Return to Sabbath by Curtis Zackery

Chara Donahue: In His Image by Jen Wilkin

Holly Hawes: Unseen: The Gift of Being Hidden in a World That Loves to Be Noticed by Sara Hagerty

Jacqi Kambish: Ruthless Trust by Brennan Manning

Linda L. Kruschke: The Last Arrow by Erwin McManus

Kimberley Mulder: True You: Letting Go of Your False Self to Uncover the Person God Created by Michelle DeRusha

Sarah Moreau: Sex Jesus and the Conversations the Church Forgot by Mo Isom


What We Plan to Read

Kayla Anderson: The Gospel Comes With a House Key by Rosaria Butterfield

Britney Bradley: The Ministry of Ordinary Places by Shannan Martin

Sarah Clews: Orange Jumpsuit: Letters to the God of Freedom by Tara Lee Cobble

Britney Closner: Its Not Supposed to Be This Way by Lysa Terkeurst

Sarah Dohman: A Meal With Jesus by Tim Chester

Chara Donahue:  The Color of Life: A Journey toward Love and Racial Justice by Cara Meredith

Karly Grant:  Ruthless Trust by Brennan Manning

Holly Hawes: This Beautiful Mess: Practicing the Presence of the Kingdom of God by Rick Mckinley

Jacqi Kambish:  The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom

Linda L. Kruschke: Just Mercy a Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson

Kimberley Mulder: Raise Your Voice: Why We Stay Silent and How to Speak Up by Kathy Khang

Sarah Moreau: In His Image by Jen Wilkin

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  1. I actually read “Just Mercy” in 2018. I got it for Christmas and read for three days straight until I was done. I highly recommend it. I might read it again in 2019.

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