I tend to get on kicks, so I thought that it would be interesting to do post every once in a while about what I’m into. So here’s what I am loving right now:
Dannon Greek Light Yogurt w/Granola-this stuff is the best yogurt. Take some Special K granola to add some crunch and you’ve got yourself a tasty and nutritious dessert.
Flatbread-I love flatbread for everything. From a Subway breakfast bacon, egg white and cheese flatbread with honey mustard to a lunch time ham flatbread to a flatbread pizza…flatbread is definitely my thing right now.
Glorious Ruin by Tullian Tchividjian–I can’t even begin to pronounce his name, but he’s Billy Graham’s grandson, and I’ve been reading a lot about the topic of Christian suffering lately because I think that we view this incorrectly a lot of the time. This book is part of my quest to find out how a Christian really and truly should view suffering, and so far, I’ve been really pleased with it. It’s not an easy read by any means, and it’s taking me a while to get through it, because I have to stop and think and talk over what I’ve read with Tim. So it’s slow going, but I’m really enjoying it….well, as much as one can enjoy the topic of suffering.
The Best Yes by Lysa TerKeurst-This has been a great book for me. It’s an easy read with lots of great nuggets of truth and practical advice. I’m almost finished with this, and I’m so excited because I’m planning a special post for a book review with a little surprise for you! Yay!
Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee with Dunkin’ Donuts Creamer-Yum! This has made my porch time even better…and it’s no easy task to improve on something that’s already so good!
Money Saving Mom.com-It’s my favorite blog. I love her advice and all her practical suggestions and recipes.
Jadon Lavik-A Christian singer who takes old hymns and puts a new spin on them. I could listen to his Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing all day long. My two favorite albums are Roots Run Deep and Roots Run Deeper. I also love artists like this because my kids actually like to listen to them. So, they are learning to love and appreciate hymns and the truth in them all to a cool, updated sound. It’s a win-win.
New International Reader’s Version Bible-I LOVE this Bible. This is part of our Sonlight curriculum, but of course, it’s available at any bookstore or online. It’s a great translation for younger kiddos. Isaac uses this for his personal daily reading time and the kids and I have also been reading through Romans this year, and this version has been so helpful for us. We’ve had some really great conversation come from our reading, and I think that this translation has really put it in a way that is very understandable to my kids. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed our Bible time!
And as always, Seeds Family Worship! We are ALWAYS into this! Love this ministry, love their music. Go check them out!
So that’s what I’m into this month. What are you into?