Books, Books, Books for Christmas

If you are worrying about what to get the adults in your life for Christmas, let me offer assistance with a few recommendations from Natasha’s Study:


“She Did What She Could: Five Words of Jesus that will Change Your Life” by Elisa Morgan

Check out the blog summary post here:

For the YOUNG MOTHER in your life

“Shopping for Time: How to Do It All and NOT Be Overwhelmed” by Carolyn Mahaney

For the SINGLE in your life

“Not Even a Hint: Guarding Your Heart Against Lust” by Joshua Harris

For the ENGAGED COUPLE in your life

“Boy Meets Girl: Say Hello to Courtship” by Joshua Harris

For the MARRIED COUPLE in your life

“What Did You Expect?: Redeeming the Realities of Marriage” by Paul Tripp

For the LEADER in your life

“Mentor Like Jesus” by Regi Campbell

Check out the blog post here:

For the THEOLOGIAN in your life

“Created in God’s Image” by Anthony A. Hoekema

For the SPECIAL PERSON who wants a solid biblical and Christian foundation
“God’s Big Picture: Tracing the Storyline of the Bible” by Vaughan Roberts

My summary:

For EVERYONE ELSE in your life

The Holy Bible is a great option.

Here is how to choose between the vast selections:

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Many of these books can be ordered online to arrive in time for Christmas.

Do you have any other book recommendations for Christmas presents?

Blessings, Natasha

© Natasha L. Robinson 2010

Published by Natasha Sistrunk Robinson

Servant of Jesus. Truth-teller. Leader. Mentor. Author of Books.

5 thoughts on “Books, Books, Books for Christmas

  1. Certainly share your sentiment of James’ “When Life and Beliefs Collide.” I have read it three times, and have taught from it twice. We have it on our mentoring roster for the first season (which begins next fall) so we will definitely be talking about the book in more detail here later in the New Year.

    I’m reading “The Gospel of Ruth” as soon as I finish this semester. It is first on my reading list!

    Blessings, Natasha

  2. Just wanted to add, Joshua Harris is a great author. I was blessed with 2 of his books several years ago and it is defintely a must read for Singles. I was gonna inquire, Natasha about more of his books, but thanks for your reccommendations. Theses would probably be good gifts throughout the year as well.

    1. I agree, Renee. I definitely recommend having those 2 books 🙂 on hand for the Teens Before Parents ministry. I don’t recall if you have read “Not Even a Hint.” I highly recommend it! It’s a very easy and quick read, but certainly a great resource and reference time and time again. I love you! Miss you too!

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