Today’s post is almost a two-for-one. Newly published Lutheran author Andrea L. Schultz has just debuted her first two buy-able works: The Hatastrophe for children and Small Town Super Nobody, a novella for the rest of us. Continue reading
Category Archives: New Release
Woo hoo! I just got a book in the mail yesterday! It’s Martin Luther in His Own Words: Essential Writings of the Reformation! Admittedly my advanced copy didn’t give me enough time to review it for today, it’s release date. Still, look it over on Amazon. See what you think.
I haven’t felt very good so today I’ll just post a quick note saying Steadfast Lutherans has made their Lent 2017 devotional available here. Titled “A Christian Holy People,” it offers devotions on the marks of the Church as described in Luther’s, “On the Councils and the Church.” I haven’t looked through it yet, but I’m happy to share resources I hear about.
If you know of other devotional material available for Lent, feel free to share it in the comments!
I’ve introduced Kelly Klages before. She’s truly extraordinary: an artist of diverse media, jeweler, hymnist, writer, etc. She’s particularly taken with Agatha Christie and the one and only Hercule Poirot. As in, she’s so good at what she does that David Suchet pays both attention and his fond regards! Anyway, she takes cool to a new degree with a new announcement. The title? The London Syndicate.
Ladies and gentlemen, a new release has come to my attention. LCMS Pastor and founder of True Men Ministries, Rev. Ed Blonski, has released In My Father’s Footsteps: Devotions from True Men Ministries (Volume 1).
Today’s post is a bit eclectic. It includes my review of Liber Hymnorum: The Latin Hymns of the Lutheran Church, as well as two GoodRead Giveaways from Lutheran authors.
LCMS Deaconess Heidi Goehmann has recently released a women’s Bible study, Think on These: A Study on Philippians 4:8, available on Amazon, so I thought I’d write Heidi for today’s post: a Heidi Goehmann interview. I first got to know Deaconess Heidi when she came to speak at an Oklahoma District Pastors’ Wives’ Retreat. In addition to speaking, she has a lively blog where she offers regular Bible studies. I am very pleased to see one of her Bible studies available through Amazon.
Soon Ray Keating will release his new book, Wine into Water, the next in his Pastor Stephen Grant series. I will let you know the release day when its available. In the meantime, Ray Keating is having a great Stephen Grant Sale for kindle, so now is a great time to catch up on his earlier titles.
Let’s “gladly say it!” Below is the press release of a great-looking book: God’s Own Child, I Gladly Say It! I daresay many of us can already recite parts of the text by heart! I must say it’s an excellent idea from a new-to-me small Lutheran publishing house. Great job, Kloria Publishing!