Since Easter falls in April this year, we wanted to spend this month in the Book Club focusing our hearts and minds on Christ and His sacrificial love for us. We have some great book choices to help us do just that and we hope you’ll join in!
If you’re new to the WBC Book Club, welcome. You’ve found a wonderful place where we can gather online, read together, encourage one another, learn from each other, and share in a community of women who love good books.
If you’ve already been reading with us, welcome back! We love reading with you and discussing Christian books with you.
Here’s how the WBC Book Club works:
Each month, we read one Christian nonfiction book and one Christian fiction book. You can choose whether to read one or both books with us each month.
We start reading on the first of the month.
There is no specific reading schedule or chapter requirement each week.
Our simple discussion format allows women to participate at whatever time works for you. All month long I’ll post easy-to-answer questions in our Book Club chat room. Anyone can participate in these “Quick Chats!” They are not live discussions; you can post your answers at any time that is convenient for your schedule.
While all of our book selections are available in print, they are also offered in Kindle ebook format for our international guests. You can find them on Amazon, barnesandnoble.com, christianbook.com, in Christian bookstores, or even possibly at your local library or church library. Used books can sometimes be found on ebay or other online used book outlets.
So what are we reading? Here are the April books for the Book Club:
April nonfiction: And the Angels Were Silent: The Final Week of Jesus by Max Lucado
Max Lucado writes, “Let’s follow Jesus on his final journey. For by observing his, we may learn how to make ours. And discover what matters to God.”
April fiction: Long Way Gone by Charles Martin
“No matter where you go, no matter whether you succeed or fail, stand or fall, no gone is too far gone. You can always come home.” Charles Martin offers a radical re-telling of the prodigal son in this story about Cooper O’Connor who walks out on his dad at the age of 18 to strike out on his own, but whose dad’s love always beckons him back home.
Please remember to check used book sales online as well as Kindle deals and your local library to find good prices on our selections!
Join us as we read and discuss these books with our Facebook group!
How to Join the WBC Book Club
To join the Facebook group, LOGIN to Facebook first then click here:
Book Club: http://www.facebook.com/groups/WBCbooks/
Are you interested in reading with us? If so, post a comment and let us know and then be sure to join our Facebook group so that you can participate in the discussions.
Enjoy a good book with us!
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