It’s that time of year again and I am consolidating round-ups and summaries of my reading and writing. I am all about encouraging and challenging brothers and sisters to renew their minds at A Sista’s Journey. In addition to the Bible—I’m reading the NASB translation this year and I still have several books to go—IContinue reading “The Best Books of 2013”
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Natasha’s Study: What I’m Reading
With a little over a month off from school, I have read a few books from my “wish I could read” list. Here are some that may be of interest: Just finished 58: Fast Living: How the Church Will End Extreme Poverty by Scott C. Todd. With the foundation of Isaiah 58, Dr. Todd invitesContinue reading “Natasha’s Study: What I’m Reading”
Book of the Month: Deeply Loved
“Beloved” or “the one whom Christ loved” is the way the Apostle John regularly refers to himself in his gospel. By identifying with Christ’s love for him, John acknowledged intimacy, humility, growth, and purpose. Being in God’s presence reminds us that we are deeply loved.