Reading List

So much more than words on a page, a good book is like food for our mind and soul.

And when you find a book that’s satisfying, you can’t help but pass it on!

Here’s my virtual pass to you, and a taste before you commit to the full meal deal.

  • A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman — Know thy neighbor, it might save their life.
  • An Invisible Thread by Laura Schroff — Someone ask you for change? Ask them their story.
  • Love Does by Bob Goff — Dream Big; Love Extravagantly. 
  • Running for My Life by Lopez Lomong — Meet your new hero. “Lost boy” from South Sudan runs the race set out before him in life, and on the track.
  • Running the Rift by Noami Benaron — Intimate narrative on the Rwandan Genocide.
  • Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus by Nabeel Qureshi — What happens when a young muslim man asks himself why he believes what he believes. 
  • Street God by Dimas Salaberrios — The most unlikely story of a NY Drug Lord turned Pastor. Can I get an “amen”?! 
  • The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho — We’re all just shepherd boys searching for Truth.
  • The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown — Olympic regatta, or standing up to Nazi Germany?
  • The Gifts of Imperfection by Brené Brown — Your vulnerability is your greatest asset.
  • The Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly — True story. Three women in WWII. Intersecting stories will blow. your. mind!
  • The Orphan’s Tale by Pam Jenoff — It’s not a dream to run off and join the circus – sometimes it’s survival. WWII historical fiction.
  • The Pecan Man by Cassie Dandridge — To Kill a Mockingbird meets The Help.