This year, I’ve set a goal to read 52 books in 52 weeks. You can see my list and track my progress here. If you’re interested in taking the challenge yourself and joining a group of people with the same commitment, please request to join our Facebook group. The group will remain open to new members through February, but the later you join, the more catching up you will have to do. In addition to tracking what I’ve read in my original list, one way I intend to keep current with this goal is write a short article about each book as I finish them. You will be able to visit Amazon’s page for each of the books by clicking on the image or the title below.
TITLE & AUTHOR
Non-Fiction – Theology/Space
Louis Giglio and Matt Redman explore the vastness of God against the backdrop of an incredibly large universe.
If you’re a fan of astronomy, you will like this book. The authors offer some amazing photos and do an admirable job of trying to paint a picture of the vastness of outer space. They then try to give the reader an idea of the incomprehensible size of a God who created it all and can hold it in His hand. At the same time, they remind us that this incomprehensibly large God still knows us and cares about us personally. This book is a great devotional for people with an interest in space.