I’ve been a writer for over two years now, and as I’ve paid attention to the craft, I’ve made an observation: Every act of writing is an act of spiritual formation. And if every act of writing is an act of spiritual formation, isn’t every act of reading? In The Thread, we’re exploring how spiritual themes run through our everyday reading (and writing) using the books I’ve read to prove the point.
Sign up for The Thread—a monthly newsletter highting the books I read—then grab one of the books I read this month* and explore the themes with me.
Books for March 2019:
True You: Letting Go of Your False Self to Uncover the Person God Created, by Michelle DeRusha (Category: Spiritual Formation; Spiritual Theme: The Journey to Truth)
Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones, by James Clear (Category: Personal Growth/Self-Help; Spiritual Theme: Self-Control)
The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare, by G.K. Chesterton (Category: Novel; Spiritual Theme: The Journey to Truth)
Wabi Inspirations, by Axel Vervoordt (Category: Design/Art Book; Spiritual Theme: Simplicity)
*All links are affiliate links, though of these book recommendations are sponsored.