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!
Now that is discipline. That is dedication. And that is just super awesome.
I hope someday I’ll be more like my mother! She glosses past the language things she doesn’t understand, but she is still gaining a lot. She’s shared with me some really great insights in conversation lately.
Would you be up for a personal 75 pages-a-day challenge? That should be a thing!
Anway, Mom, you rock. I love and admire you. 🙂
Also, folks, read Dr. Kleinig. He, too, rocks. He is an amazing speaker, thinker, researcher, professor, and theologian.
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One Response to 75 Pages A Day
Mary’s Mom here: I’d also like to put in a plug for CPH’s program, Read Like a Lutheran. This summer they renamed it CPH Reads. No matter its title, it motivated me to get into quality reading instead of my previous time-consuming but lacking substance selections (although I still love a good mystery and fiction!).