I should get back to generally encouraging you as writers. So today’s post will list a few ways that writers like us can work together taking turns.
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Another idea to share. Older educational practices would use poetry to help memorize things. You know, “In fourteen hundred ninety-two Columbus sailed the ocean blue.” There were verses for religious education, too, memorizing (and summarizing!) the books of the Bible and other content. Of course, Luther’s Small Catechism falls into that genre, too, in its beautiful German crafting. Still, why not put together a book of Lutheran texts and verses for religious education?
I wish I could keep a Bible scholar on retainer. Sure, I ask my husband. And that counts as asking my pastor, too, but I was thinking about Psalm 46:1 and thinking about how God is “a very present help in trouble” in multiple ways.
I easily have a week’s worth of book reviews to write up for Lutheran authors, but somehow those take me a while. So, allow me this punt to buy me anther day’s time. 🙂 2016 Top Posts.
Today my charming husband offers us a guest post: a review of The Angels’ Portion: A Clergyman’s Whisk(e)y Narrative, Volume II.