Keeping Christmas: Holiday Books We Love

This upcoming Christmas looks to be a lot different for the three ladies than it has in years past. Maybe yours is looking different too, or maybe you anticipate it being like it is every year and you’re sort of dreading that. Whichever is true for you, it’s the perfect weekend to pick up a book that will help your upcoming holiday season be more Christ-focused than crazy, more “Hallelujah!” than “Help!” 

Here are a few of our favorite Christmas season reads that we’re sure will become your favorites, too. 

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Review: What Every Child Should Know About Prayer by Nancy Guthrie

Hi everyone, it’s Audrey here! Today I wanted to share about a new book that my Gigi just got me. I’m used to books coming in the mail, we are after all The Three Ladies of Lit, but I get extra excited when my mom and Gigi tell me a package is for me. Last week I checked the mail and there was that book shaped package and this time it was for ME! Inside was a beautiful hardback (fancy!) book What Every Child Should Know About Prayer by Nancy Guthrie.

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Review: Suffering by Paul David Tripp

If you’ve never read Paul David Tripp, let me assure you, he has a book for you. Wide ranging topics benefit from his wisdom, be it parenting, marriage, pastoral ministry, grief, devotional, or general spiritual growth. In his newest release the subject is one he is intimately acquainted with. Suffering: Gospel Hope When Life Doesn’t Make Sense is a book that deals with a freshly personal topic for Tripp, with great insight for all of us. 

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Review: Day by Day Through the Gospel of John: 365 Timeless Devotions from Classic Writers 

We live in a time when it has never been easier to discover new voices of inspiration and encouragement. We hope Three Ladies is a place that helps you do that, and we are always on the lookout for those voices whose writing will be of value and enjoyment to you.  “New” is a relative term, isn’t it? What’s new to you might be not so new to me. You’ve heard the saying “everything old is new again”? It’s certainly true in a new book of old voices that bring fresh insight for today. 

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Review: It’s All Under Control by Jennifer Dukes Lee

Almost every day I get a promo in my inbox that is for yet another book on being overwhelmed, overwrought, over busy, and not living the overcoming life. It’s a hot topic, and I just read an article on why time management strategies don’t work for most people over a long period of time. The short answer is that we don’t change the things we do, we just keep trying to manage the way we do them. In conclusion-we’re doing too many unnecessary things that keep us from being productive in the necessary things. 

And it’s making us crazy.  

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Review: The Daily Question for You and Your Child

I know a gal who makes a point of writing down everything she finds amusing that her friends and kids say. She puts them in her phone and now and then she shares them in a series of hilarious stories on Instagram. I started this habit with my kids, because let's face it, our kids are hilarious. From their opinions on food, to the long term goals they set as a four year old about what they want to be when they grow up, kids give the best answers. Which is why I'm absolutely loving this brand new book from Waterbrook. 

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Review: In His Image by Jen Wilkin 

I’ve read a few books lately that have had a straightforwardness that I really appreciated. Maybe that doesn’t sound like the word that would entice you to pick up a book, maybe you’re looking for inspiring, or encouraging, or comforting, or relatable. In His Image: 10 Ways God Calls Us to Reflect His Character is the rare book that is all those things. 

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