Book Recommendations

Grace for the Good Girl by Emily P. Freeman

Grace for the Good Girl
Emily has helped me understand more about who I am and the hidden sins of people pleasing with this book. I highly recommend it!

Jesus Calling by Sarah Young
Jesus Calling
This is one that I have been using almost daily for a few years now. It is a great way to spend 5 minutes to start your day in the right mindset, or to use as an opener for FaceTime with your spouse.


Men Are Like Waffles – Women Are Like Spaghetti, by Bill & Pam Farrel

Men are like waffles Women are like spaghetti

This book is all about learning to understand the way your spouse thinks. It’s filled with biblical wisdom, solid insight, and humorous anecdotes–all served up in just the right combination so that readers can feast on enticing ways to keep communication thriving.

The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman


Marriages may be made in heaven, but they must be nurtured here on earth. In this new paperback edition of Dr. Gary Chapman’s bestselling book, The Five Love Languages, he explains how people communicate love in different ways, and shares the wonderful things that happen when men and women learn to speak each other’s language. Chapters are categorized by love language and each one ends with simple steps to express a specific language to your spouse and guide your marriage in the right direction. Paperback. A Focus on the Family recommendation.

The Chronological Bible, NLT version


I have never been able to read the bible straight through. So this year, my husband and I started reading the Chronological Bible together. I have loved it! It feels much more like a story versus reading a history book (which some of you may love. I don’t.). I highly recommend it if you’re looking for a way to challenge yourself!

The Power of a Praying Wife by Stormie Omartian

The Power of a Praying Wife

This book gives you short prayers with scripture to be praying over your husband. I have found it’s a good reminder for me to be daily praying for my husband as the leader of our family.