You know that I keep a list of Lutheran shops, artists, crafters, etc. By all means check it out this Christmas shopping season. Today I’m adding an especially interesting entry, so I thought I’d give it a shout-out here: Luth Crate.
As my eight-year old has already remarked, we’ve already had great weather to cozy up near a fire under a blanket with a book. One of my latest reads has been The Fires of Autumn by Lutheran author Rhonda Chandler, a piece of historical fiction that warmed me in several ways. My review is below.
You may have noticed by now that I have a lot of ideas to share in hopes that someone else writes them up. 🙂 The trend continues. I want to see someone write Big Bang Unravels. Explore how the physicals of black holes, with their different expressions of expanding and contracting, would affect the world if we really were a result of a black hole’s big bang.
I’ve come into possession of a rather large amount of the pamphlet/booklet, Why God’s Word is All We Need by Gene Edward Veith. It was part of a series called Today’s Issues published by Crossway, and was also, in one edition or another, titled Why God Gave Us A Book.
*Edited to Add: SOLD!
Could you recommend any good books to me to highlight what happens to displaced matriarchs? I don’t mean actual royalty. I mean strong women who suddenly aren’t in the roles they’ve filled for years. Retired pastor wives can be a solid example!
Once upon a time, there were sitcoms: situational comedies. That was back before everything was offensive. You know, a few YEARS ago! Anyway, sitcoms could deal with awkward uncles.
I’m not a dark person, but I do think that Christians in particular should remember that darkness, evil, and the devil are very real. (I’ll let you in on a neat something I heard: never capitalize names for devil. He doesn’t deserve it.) So, today I’ll add another review to my growing list on that topic: My First Exorcism: What the Devil Taught a Lutheran Pastor about Counter-cultural Spirituality by Lutheran Rev. Dr. Harold Ristau, foreword by Lutheran Rev. Dr. John W. Kleinig.
Today’s post is a review of Lutheran (medical) Dr. John D. Eckrich‘s first book, Vocation and Wellness: Renew Your Energy for Christian Living. And, by first book, I mean first of three! Well done, Dr. Eckrich!
I meant to write a review today, but I was working up two lengthy poems, typing and tweaking them into Word. Well, my computer ate my poems and now I’m super sad and disappointed! I’ll get back to you with that review—I actually have two reviews I hope to post this week. Sigh.
Sigh with me, folks.