February’s book club theme is appropriately about relationships and love — from a devotional about marriage by our New York pastor, Tim Keller, to a teen drama.  What can we say, we have depth. 😉

1. The Meaning of Marriage by Timothy Keller: Tim Keller is the head pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church where we were members in NYC and where Knox was baptised.  If you haven’t read any of his books, I highly recommend them.  He is an extremely theological preacher that can speak to anyone, no matter where they are in their faith journey.

“There has never been a marriage book like The Meaning of Marriage. … Using the Bible as his guide, coupled with insightful commentary from his wife of thirty-six years, Kathy, Timothy Keller shows that God created marriage to bring us closer to him and to bring us more joy in our lives.”

2. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen: A classic that we come back to again and again. We are always entertained by witty heroine Elizabeth Bennet and her from-hate-to-love journey with Mr. Darcy.

3. The Selection Series by Kiera Class: I kept hearing Grace talk about this one on her IG Stories so I officially downloaded the series for our weekend getaway coming up this Friday… stay tuned for my thoughts, but here is what Grace had to stay abou it…

4. The Idiot by Elif Batuman: An adorable, funny coming-of-age novel about a college freshman girl adjusting to life on campus, falling in love, and traveling the world.

5. The Marriage Plot by Jeffery Eugenides: Another collegiate love story, this one a love triangle that explores relationships between studious English major Madeleine and two guys: Leonard, a bandana wearing, attractive intellectual, and Mitchell, her old “friend” who takes off to travel the world searching for the meaning of life.

-February Book Club Favorites-