It’s time for the annual October CPH Warehouse Sale! Yay! There are some really good prices, including my children’s book introducing vocation, How Can I Help: God’s Calling for Kids! The hardcover is $5 and the mini-paperback is $1!
Today’s post is a review of Lutheran poet Ray Spitzenberger‘s (second to latest) book: Open Prairies: Poems of Reflection on a Life in Texas. Silly me, I thought I was reading his latest, but I got both books at the same time and opened the wrong one on my Kindle. <Shrug> So also be sure to check out his latest, Tanka Schön: Poems by a Texas Wend! 🙂 I hope to read (and review) it very soon myself.
Lutheran author and pastor Trevor Sutton has a new one out: a joint project with Brian Smith titled Redeeming Technology: A Christian Approach to Healthy Digital Habits. Certainly seems timely.
(Sorry about yesterday! Scheduling errors while traveling without wifi!) Are you ready for this? A Lutheran author with the #1 New Release in Chocolate Baking on Amazon? 🙂 Congratulations to Natalie Wise and her book, Hot Cocoa Bombs: Delicious, Fun, and Creative Hot Chocolate Treats.
If you are interested in Lutheran theology, or in keeping kids Lutheran, I recommend the latest project with Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison & Rev. Dr. John T Pless: One Lord, Two Hands? Essays on the Theology of the Two Kingdoms. I haven’t read it yet, but it’s sure to be a treasure, very interesting, and deeply applicable! Yay!