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I get asked quite often what I'm currently reading or what book of the Bible I'm studying. This page is where you can find the answers to those questions.

November 2019

Bible Study

John - chapters 2-10
Psalms - chapters 69-74 
Acts - church Bible study

Currently Reading

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Fictional
Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers
A Light on the Hill by Connilyn Cossette
Deadly Deceit by Natalie Walters
The Piper's Pursuit by Melanie Dickerson
The End of the Magi by Patrick W. Carr
A Royal Father by Linda Fergerson
To Comfort a King by Debbie Gilliland
Blood Moon Redemption by Judy DuCharme
The Shaft by Scott B. Delaney

Non-Fiction
Hooper's Evangelist & Ministers Handbook by Debora C. Hooper
She Prays by Debbie Lindell
31 Verses to Write on Your Heart by Liz Curtis Higgs

Online/ Book Studies

SIPs Chronological Study
I hope you find this page helpful and easy to see what things I'm reading and studying monthly.

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