Somehow I missed this when it came out. (Here’s hoping that means I’m less addicted to the Internet!) Rev. Andrew Richard, the same man who’s putting together the Overview of New Testament Greek Syntax mentioned here, has a Lutheran approach to outreach article/paper/piece that might interest you. 🙂
Category Archives: Resource
I’m updating my Christian poetry page! I already mentioned the latest poetry book that got my attention, The Soul in Paraphrase: A Treasury of Classical Devotional Poems, but now I get to tell you about even more.
Hey. Be thankful. 🙂 Meanwhile, life on this blog will kind of go on as normal, no sales, little Thanksgiving hoopla, etc, though I’ll likely take Thursday off. Still, we’d better acknowledge the coming Advent with some 2018 Advent Resources!
I keep meaning to ask: if you were to dream about Lutheran resources you’d like to see available for free (aka, not full curriculum, but maybe literature guides or unit studies), what would you like to see?
I’ve blogged about Lutheran pastor Gaven Mize a number of times, highlighting books like God Loves me Such, My Little ABC Liturgy Book, My Little ABC Coloring Liturgy Book, and Beauty and Catechesis. Now he’s offering another: an advent devotional titled Awake, You Who Sleep: The Advent of the Christ.
Way back in May, I posted about the Lutheran Audio Review, a website that reviews and links podcasts hosted by “pastors, members & partners” of the LCMS. Awesome stuff. LOTS of free information on the website (and thanks to Lutheran author Jordon (J.L.) Vaughan for all the work he has put into it!)!
The Lutheran blogging scene has changed a lot since I first started with a vanity blog. So, if you are want to share your blog with me or name fellow Lutheran bloggers, this is your chance.
Feel free to mention other resourceful blog rolls below, too. 🙂
Blessed Friday and weekend!