it's been such a joy building my personal library the past few years (i'm actually kinda a snob about owning books...i love to be able to highlight and underline all i want.)
i just wish i had more time to carve out to actually READ them all (reality: i'm sure the time is there...it's a priorities issue)
currently reading: cold tangerines...this book really is a celebration of the simple joys in everyday life...i'm loving it.
connecting has continued to be one of the most influential books of the last few years.
i also recently started becoming a true spiritual community - which corresponds perfectly with the journey i'm a part of at midtown.
when it comes to wisdom, i love me some double-initial-dead-guys. (C.S. Lewis, A.W. Tozer, G.K. Chesterton...)
a favorite is definitely knowledge of the holy by Tozer - i've probably read it 3 times, and it never gets old.
and i love how Lewis weaves gospel themes into simply beautiful stories in chronicles of narnia
what are some of your favorites?