Here is my current tentative homeschooling plan for augmenting Bible class with Lutheran books and topics. We use Memoria Press‘s Christian Studies series, which covers things like biblical literacy & vocabulary, biblical geography, memory work, timeline stuff, but I want to be talking about other stuff, too, even at young ages, using books with real Lutheran substance when I can.
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Happy reading and writing!
My mother has always been a voracious reader. She’s speedy and varied in genres. Anyways, she’s been reading more Lutheran theology in last few years, and I am so impressed by her. Get this: she’s started to read Dr. John Kleinig’s Hebrews in the Concordia Commentary series! And she’s doing it by reading 75 pages a day!
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!)
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 . . .
Ideas but not time to write! GAH!
I do not always read the books I intend to read. Sometimes, admittedly, I take a break and binge-read YA. So, my question for you today is how in the world is Rick Riordan so prolific?!?!
Looking for more Lutheran authors? Me, too, as always! 🙂 So today I’ll point to Shelley Shephard Gray, who writes about “regular, likeable people in extraordinary situations who just happen to be Amish.”
She is a prolific author so be ready to feed your Amish appetite if you’ve got one!
Amish lit certainly has a big following! Woo hoo for another living Lutheran author!
Ever wonder about how to choose initial readers? I have! So here is the article “How to Choose the Best Beta Readers for Your Book (and avoid the worst)” to help shape your thinking on the subject.