Do you ever like to just chew on a perspective? If you’re in such a mood, then read this article by Rev. Wolfmueller. Then, apply it to advice writers are often given: “Show me, don’t tell me” or “Write from the heart.” Consider parallels and differences.
I hope to find time to do that myself. 😉
Would I be crazy if I tried to put together homeschooling book lists? I’m thinking about thirty books a year, allowing repeats, for various ages.
Do they already exist somewhere? Wouldn’t such lists be handy?
I want to put together a Lutheran homeschooling resource page for my website. Anything else you’d like to see on there? (But, sorry, I’m not up for reviewing curriculum!)
Today I review Lutheran author and editor Lisa Clark‘s final installment of The Messengers: Revealed, as well as announce a giveaway winner. 🙂
Today I’ll post a review of The Messengers: Concealed, the second volume of The Messengers Series published by Concordia Publishing House. Then you can expect a review of The Messengers: Revealed either Monday or Tuesday. 🙂
I have several reviews to write up about books by Lutheran authors, but my thoughts for today are about The Benedict Option: A Strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian Nation, authored by a member of an (Eastern) Orthodox church (I don’t recall the particular Patriarchate.)
Yesterday I posted an article about “dying for” books and then today I find a review related to the Message Worth Dying for! That’s kind of neat.
There is a God worth dying for. There are people worth dying for. There is a Book worth dying for! Although this isn’t the way I’d want you to go . . .
You may not catch the cute kid stories I sometimes share on my personal Facebook page, but you’ll get a crossover right now. My four year old Michael is my only boy. He’s finally moving away from being the mischief maker, much to the answer of my prayers. 🙂 And part of that may be his budding friendship with his three-year-old sister Dorothea. Regretfully, yesterday evening found me easing Dorothea because of a Dorothy/Michael encounter.