I ended up reading 43 books in 2019. That surprised me. Reading is deeply enjoyable for me, and as you’ll see from this year’s list, it involved spirituality, nonfiction, and fiction as brain candy. Let me know what you read last year that you think I’d enjoy, and also if something I recommend makes it onto your 2020 list.
It’s become a tradition here at Notes from the Trail to look back over the past year’s posts and find which ones were most trafficked. Here’s the collection of the top 10 posts written during 2019, based on your views.
This book is intended to either restore or bequeath sabbath to you. It will show you that you are designed to enjoy the Sabbath and that God made a day of rest on purpose – for us. It’s not a day to relished as a “day off.” Rather, when you recover Sabbath in your life, you will find yourself re-learning how to enjoy and revel in Him.
A book that claims to forge a new path and create a sexual “reformation” is nothing less than an angry diatribe against traditional (and biblical) Christian teaching about the beauty of sexuality within God’s design and desire.
It’s become a tradition. The annual Christmas tree toss. This year it came too soon.
Cynicism threatens you at the core of joy. Our culture is infested with it. Our relationships are tainted by it. We can’t argue well or fight fair. How can we grow into enjoyable people?
I’m thankful for Thanksgiving. A cultural moment that encourages gratitude. Here are the mile markers that have spurred gratitude in me this year.
When an interruption of routine leads to prayer at Barnes & Noble…