I'm a little embarrassed to post the books I read in September... but... here they are anyway.
Yes I know that I didn't keep up with my "book a week" goal, and I know that other than the Bible all I read was Harry Potter.
I have a number of good excuses for why I didn't get much reading done (believe me, I read in a lot of other books, I just haven't finished them yet). But I won't bore you with them. However, I suppose the main cause is really because September's calendar looked like this:
And yes, if you can read the fine print that did include a Craig Morgan concert on the 17th.
The excuses aside, I did finish reading the Old Testament and am now working my way through the New Testament--right on track to read the Bible in a year. Yes!!
I am also really enjoying the Harry Potter books. I admit that after attending a conference on the infiltration of Paganism into the church and our culture by Peter Jones I wondered about reading them or not. It was a very interesting conference, I'd recommend it, and any of his books.
But back to Harry Potter: these books, while well written, need to be read with good Biblical discernment. I think too, after attending the conference, and reading more of the Potter series, I've officially taken a stance and will not let my kids read them till they are grown (high school??).