Our Favorite Summer Reads//TRVA staff girls

You are done with classes!! For now!! Way to go! You made it through another year of school–and now it’s time for missions trips, pool sits, beach days, slow mornings, & plane rides!

As a Tidewater & Richmond Cru staff team we came up with a sweet list of summer must reads for you[from left to right]:

Heather
Grace for the Good Girl by Emily Freeman
The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom [a biography that reads more like a story & it’s such a good encouragement to follow Jesus despite hard situations.]
Women of the Word by Jen Wilkin [Great if you want to learn how to dive into the Scriptures more this summer!]

The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah [Best fiction book I have read in a long time.]
Come Help Change the World by Bill Bright [an encouragement to keep evangelism as a part of your summer plans.]



Meg
When Life and Beliefs Collide by Carolyn Custis James
Because He loves Me by Elyse Fitzpatrick

Lindsay
When Life and Beliefs Collide by Carolyn Custis James
Freedom of Self Forgetfulness by Tim Keller

Brooke: 
Every Bitter Thing is Sweet by Sara Hagerty [an honest look at her season of loss, infertility, adoption, pain & how God brought redemption–she is an excellent writer–the only book I’ve ever re-read right after I finished it]

Forgotten God by Francis Chan[an excellent reminder about the Holy Spirit with mini missionary bios through out- what could be better?]
New Morning Mercies by Paul David Tripp [a grace filled way to start each day//devotional]

Laura
Just Do Something by Kevin DeYoung [A great quick read on discerning God’s will and Kevin DeYoung has some good humor!]
When People are Big and God is Small by Ed Welch [A book about shame and fear of people controlling you more than God’s great love for you] 

Katie: 
God Smuggler by Brother Andrew
Screwtape Letters by CS Lewis
Questioning Evangelism by Randy Newman

Maggie: 
Grace for the Good Girl by Emily Freeman
Same Kind of Different as Me by Ron Hall and Denver Moore

Ryah:
I Wear My Tutu Everywhere by Wendy Lewison
Fancy Nancy Tea for Two by Jane O’Connor

Happy Summer & Happy Reading!
xoxo
               

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