A good friend of mine recently admitted that he has found reading to be challenging in the season of Covid. I expect that weariness, distraction, and other challenges are contributors.
I inquired in a prior God Calls article about books you have enjoyed in recent months. Here is Nancy Becker’s reply:
I have done lots of reading during sheltering.
Here are a few that I thought were exceptional:
The Great Good Thing by Andrew Klavon. A deep, authentic and intelligent spiritual search by a nominal Jew. a deep analysis of Christian theology. a very moving memoir
White Fragility: Why is it so hard for white people to talk about race by Robin Di Angelo. Sensitive and mind-opening treatment without any angry edge.
Two very good well written and insightful novels:
Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger
The One in a Million Boy by Monica Wood
Many blessings, Nancy”
Good book recommendations from respected colleagues are always a gift. Tell us more, friends.
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