Three books worth adding to your shelf

The year 2020 has afforded many of us an opportunity to spend more time reading to occupy the long months of quarantine. As the year ends, here are three books worth adding to your bookshelf.

Girl Get Your Mind Right- Natashia W. Reid.  The author’s debut is perfect for those dealing with various battles especially during these uncertain times. A Licensed Therapist, the author explores the unique emotional design of women, underscoring women’s emotional struggles as well as their ability to be resilient. The book offers insight into the natural function of the mind as well as the spiritual function. Women will understand the role the mind plays in intensifying negative emotions and be taught how to engage the mind in Godly discipline to effectively manage their emotions. The reader will also gain an awareness of common barriers to emotional stability, learning ways to safeguard the mind to avoid breakdowns or long term emotional setbacks.

Astounded: Encountering God in Everyday Moments  Angela Donadio. This is the author’s third release. Astounded is a collection of 52 devotions for daily or weekly encouragement. Perfect for morning devotions or anytime, each devotion has a scripture focus coupled with spiritual insight. The practical applications seem designed to help you the reader encounter God. The personal stories woven throughout the book, which can make the reader, feel that they are enjoying a conversation with a friend. Other books from the author include  Finding Joy When Life Is Out Of Focus and the intriguing Fearless: Ordinary Women of the Bible who Dared to do Extraordinary Things.

They Saw Him First-Fred Willis.  The journalist pens a book that takes a fresh look at the Christmas story. However, make no mistake; this is a year-round good read. The author looks at who, what, where and why and examines how these shepherds were special and crucial to the birth of Christ. In this book, he examines their response to the birth of Christ and the change they experience as they spread the good news. You may also want to check out Fred’s release from last year, Journey to Genesis

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Sarah Hearn is Editor-in-Chief of, founded in 2011. The site was recently named among Feedspot's Top Gospel and Christian Music Websites.  Sarah is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Gospel Music Association.
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