Thrift Store Book Haul (VIDEO)
I love to read, but I usually don't buy new books. I buy most of my books at the thrift store. Each time we go to the thrift store I end up walking out with a bag or two of books for only a couple of bucks. So I wanted to share with you my latest haul.
The 10 Books
- Gene Roddenberry: The Last Conversation — Yvonne Fern
- Andrew Carnegie — David Nasaw
- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban — J.K. Rowling
- Home Educating with Confidence — Rick and Marilyn Boyer
- A Child Called It — Dave Pelzer
- The Story for Kids
- The Lost Art of Disciple Making — LeRoy Eims
- Evangelism Outside the Box — Rick Richardson
- The Grace of Great Things: Creativity and Innovation — Robert Grudin
- Wild At Heart: Discovering the Secret of a Man’s Soul — John Eldredge
Why I Recommend Wild at Heart
I’ve read four or five of his books and all of them have been life-changing. A lot of guys struggle in their faith, to live it out in practical ways, to really understand what it means to live in relationship with God. This books explains what that’s all about. It explains what we’ve lost as men and how to get it back.
I’ve given it out before and always get good feedback. Ladies get this book for the men in your life—husbands, fathers, brothers, etc. Guys, if you want to take seriously your relationship with God, this book is a must-read! It is written by John Eldredge who is one of my favorite Christian authors. It’s accessible. It’s profound. It’s powerful. It’s life-changing.
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