Today I’d like to highlight Lutheran Press. As their website states, “Lutheran Press publishes selected works of Martin Luther in a low-cost, easy-to-read format. Its primary purpose is to expose the modern church to the thoughts and writings of Martin Luther which remain relatively unknown.”
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LCMS Pastor Christopher Matthis has kindly offered a copy of his latest book, In the Shadow of the Cross: Sermons for Lent and Holy Week, for a Christmas giveaway through this blog. Woo hoo!
I found out about a charming new project: The Lutheran Songbird Project. The goal?
The LSP seeks to provide high quality vocals for some of the most beloved Christian songs and hymns of all time. All songs are public domain.
This blog is for writing-related stuff, which, to me, includes reading, too. So, although I did not blog about the CRAZY LARGE number of non-Lutheran homeschooling resources about the Reformation anniversary that flooded my gmail inbox, I did find one additional-to-CPH Reformation children’s book I particularly enjoy: Katharine von Bora: The Morning Star of Wittenberg.
You know how I feel about free resources. Today I can offer you a good number of free downloads from LWML Bible studies. Just scroll about half way to the bottom of this link and you’ll see them clear as day:
Our Hope and Future, based on Jeremiah 29:11–12 — #LWML68940
Love’s Priceless Gift, based on John 3:16 — #LWML68941
Unveiled Faces, based on 2 Corinthians 3:17–18 — #LWML68942
Faith or Famine, based on Hebrews 11:1,6 — #LWML68943
Facedown Worship, based on Psalm 95:6–7 — #LWML68944
I Surrender!, based on Psalm 139:23–24 — #LWML68945
One Extraordinary Night, based on Luke 2:8–14 — #LWML68946
No Stranger in the Manger, based on Matthew 2:2,10–11 — #LWML68947
I haven’t looked them over, but I’m glad to know they are there! 🙂
Blessed Reformation Day! Happy 500 years! Happy Hallow’s Eve, depending on when you’re reading this! 🙂 And, happy almost NaNoWriMo! (Shudder) After going from one busy, here is another busy to temporarily consider. Ha! Anyway, below is an interesting and thoughtful alternative to a frenzied 30 days approach: “How to Write a Novel in 30 Days.”
I do also want to say that–largely over the weekend–I may have received enough info and anecdotes for two weeks of blog posts! Woo hoo for me! 😀 And, hopefully that means “Meet, Write, and Salutary” can be especially enjoyable as we transition into colder weather.
Happy Commemoration of Hymnwriters Philipp Nicolai, Johann Heermann and Paul Gerhardt! 🙂 I know. You all made cakes to honor it, didn’t you. Still it’s a good day to honor the writers who came before us and have blessed generations with their powerful texts and biblical messages! Raise a glass or a song!
In more Reformational news, I’ve got a selection of Reformation videos to share with you today.