My five year old came up to me recently with a big declaration: “I want to be an artist when I grow up!”
I’ve got another writing idea to share. This time it is for a novel! I’m learning toward a medically-related field of vocation like a helicopter pilot, because of a great theological angle . . .
I know, the doubting Thomas reading is behind us now in the lectionary. Still, I think about him, and here is my latest thought: Thomas came to faith through the flesh of Jesus, and so do we. We aren’t baptized only into Spirit. We are baptized into the life, death, and resurrection of Christ, whose heart still beats!
Howdy. Do you know about curricula vitae/curriculum vitae/CV? We could describe it as an academic’s resume. It’s an overview of a person’s education, writing, presentations, etc. There are samples online if you’d like to write one.
There’s another editor on the market. 🙂 Sarah Baughman, Lutheran author of the Regency Romance series, has taken up her pen, and this time it’s a red one! I’ll add her to my list of Freelance Writing Support and offer you her newest webpage: Editing.
Sarah, thanks for branching out to help others in such a useful way! May your reading be good and your corrections . . . gentle?
I don’t listen to much Christian radio. The theological emphases often get on my nerve. Still, when I was in St. Louis, I’d enjoy listening to KFUO, either their talk radio or (back then) their classical station. Anyway, I’ve come to find out there’s another Lutheran radio station! KNGN is a radio station broadcasting into Nebraska and Kansas and may be the world’s only independent full-powered LCMS radio station!
I’ve been thinking about my free Lutheran resource page. The thing is, I think even more is online: lectures, essays, etc. Classic, current, cutting-edge (ie the edgier crowd). Do I google, google, google? Do I really try to find and sift through them all? That’s more than I’m up for.
This weekend I was able to attend the 22nd Annual Lutheran Lecture Series at Grace Lutheran (Wichita) and heard Rev. Brian Kachelmeier teach about Christ in the Old Testament. It was great and got me thinking. We should have a Bible study on the kingdoms of Israel!
In gathering for my somewhat random Lutheran free resource page, I’ve sort of sought far and wide. Finally, a thought really struck a chord! Learn organ-free resource!!! We all know there’s a growing shortage of organ-players, and I think it’s safe to say that’s in part because there are fewer and fewer organ teachers at local levels. Guess what I found?