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January Nuggets

"Honest" Nuggets

January Nuggets

Christa Hesselink

Baby it's cold outside... So let's cozy up with a book.

I've got a lot of books. Probably too many. I've read books, sometimes two or three times and I part with books that don't do it for me anymore.  But lots and lots of books are my tried & true.

So - here are a few of the best books I've ever been able to get my hands on. 

The truth is - there are many, many more! I just couldn't fit them all in one picture. I wanted to pick a few that perhaps you've never heard of.

In no particular order, for no particular reason, these just grabbed me at a time when I needed them.  They may not be your cup of tea, but if they are - enjoy!!


  • The Icarus Deception by Seth Godin
  • Visioneering by Andy Stanley
  • A Woman in the Polar Night by Christine Ritter
  • Awed to Heaven Rooted in Earth by Walter Brueggemann
  • The Freedom of Simplicity by Richard Foster
  • A Million Miles in a Thousand Years by Donald Miller
  • Let your Life Speak by Parker Palmer
  • The Inner Voice of Love by Henri Nowen
  • God Enters Stage Left by Tim Day
  • Psalms of Lament by Ann Weems
  • How to Be Interesting by  Jessica Hagy
  • The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown
  • The Ragamuffin Gospel by Brennan Manning
  • The Spirit of the Disciplines by Dallas Willard
  • An Altar in the World by Barbara Brown Taylor
  • Bittersweet by Shauna Niequist
  • Compassion by Henri Nouwen
  • A Place at the Table by Chris Seay
  • One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp
  • ... and one that didn't make the picture because it's currently under my pillow in my bed. (yes, I read before I sleep and when my eyes are heavy, I can't be bothered putting it back on the shelf so I just tuck it under my pillow!) The Way is Made By Walking by Arthur Boers (I think I'm reading it for the 5th time!)

I clearly haven't been drawn to much fiction. It's not like I have a conscious aversion to it. Got any I should check out?

Still wondering what "Honest in Christa's House" means?