Hi everyone! Ned and I were in a rough car accident over the weekend, so I’m vanity blogging here for this entry to save myself having to retell and retell the story.
I’m starting to feel a little bit like a resource junkie. Still, I said I’d post for a week, so here you go: more resources. Twenty of ’em. Want more? Give me a topic and I’ll look into ’em!
Hmmm . . . congregational or synodical resources on wellness. I’VE GOT THIS!
Do you know that the LCMS has something called the LCMS Foundation? Obviously, there’s a theological & Scriptural foundation. That’s not what I’m talking about. There is an actual investment corporation of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod that exists to help congregations with long term investments!
I daresay there’s an assortment of people who follow this blog. Some know me better than others. Do you all know I’ve served as an LCMS-rostered deaconess for about the last 10 years? And, yesterday Trinity Lutheran Church held a deaconess installation for me as I am newly called there! Yay!
As I try to cater to a Lutheran crowd, I don’t review many non-Lutheran books here. Having said that, I think Anya von Bremzen’s Mastering the Art of Soviet Cooking: A Memoir of Food and Longing was phenomenal!
I meant to post this article way back in the beginning of January. Mea culpa. But better late than never, so here you go: “How to Download the Books That Just Entered the Public Domain” in 2019.