I try not to post every time CPH has a new book come out. CPH sends out their own emails about that, but I am very excited about the Kleinig commentary that is released today.
Monthly Archives: May 2017
I have some randomly interesting books lined up to read this summer so I thought I’d share. It’s a partial list, and it’s not guaranteed I’ll actually get through it, but maybe it can help you with a summer reading list, too. Especially if you like random finds and random topics. 🙂
Remember the free marriage booklet I mentioned before Easter? The one Rev. Richard put together as a free downloadable resource for the church? Christ and the Church: a thirty-day devotion concerning the Holy Estate of Marriage particularly addressing those whom God has placed into it is now available! Yay!
Woo hoo! Another free Lutheran resource to tell you about! Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller, author, podcaster, radio personality extraordinaire, etc., has produced a free mini-hymnal that you can download, print off, use while visiting someone, and leave as a lingering consolation from God’s Word.
I have now seen it all. Maybe you’ve seen it, too: Rev. Jonathan Fisk posted a picture of Reasons Not to be Lutheran: A Complete, Exhaustive and Certain Guide by Dr. Thomas D. McAdam.
Hello. Would there be any interest in me putting together suggestions for summer reading? It’d be Lutheran stuff since that’s thematic to my blog, although I may post my own random list including non-Lutherans, too. For now, though, could you recommend some summer reading suggestions for me?
Anything! Lutheran or non-Lutheran. One never knows when someone finds a rare jewel of a book or even just a surprisingly pleasant way to while away the time. 🙂 I’m up for anything. Except, you know, guaranteeing I’ll read it!
Also, do you want to know what I hope to read and review this summer? I know some people post that in advance, though I don’t consider this blog to be a book review blog especially.
Let me know. Happy reading and happy writing!
Hello! How do you feel about free books? Ok, that was the easy question. How do you feel about Facebook video posts? You see, it seems to me, one might accidentally see my face if I did that. 😉 Still, should I give it a try sometime?
I don’t know many of the women who write Bible studies for CPH these days. I’m not sure why. It could be connected to them often being pastors’ wives spread out all over the country! Anyway, I’ve met Deb Burma briefly. She lead a retreat for the Oklahoma District Pastors’ Wives, where we had some pleasant chats. She has written a number of other books since then, and now she has another book coming out! Sip, Savor, and Drink Deeply: Receive God’s Overflowing Gifts is available for preordering.