Folks! It was maybe a week or two ago that my Facebook seemed to explode with new releases. Then I posted and FORGOT TO MENTION one I’m really looking forward to! Ack! Lutheran novelist Lars Walker has just released Book 5 of the Saga of Erling Skjalgsson, The Elder King!
Monthly Archives: April 2019
The Elder King
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Pause and Remember
If you follow my author page on Facebook, you can see that I’m working on some new things for my website, including a store. I’ll try to have the kinks worked out and blog about it sometime this week. Meanwhile, I’d like to pause and remember Rev. Herman Otten, who joined the Church Triumphant this past week.
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Faith Alone Novel
On Monday, I promised you a review of a newly released book by Lutheran author Ruth Meyer. Specifically, it’s Faith Alone, Book Two in The Sola Series.
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A Patient Woman
Remember when I posted about the latest contest at “He Remembers the Barren“? They have announced the winner and posted the winning Lenten piece. It’s well worth reading, so here you go:
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I don’t know about you, but this church worker family is still laying pretty low. Sure, we’re back to t-ball and softball, classes, etc., but half the kids want to sleep all day and I daresay the adults would do some dozing, too, if they could. So today’s post is a bit on today’s soup day.
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Let’s take a day just to highlight some new releases by Lutheran authors!
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Tis the Season!
Ladies and Gentlemen, Christ is risen! He is risen, indeed! Alleluia! Tis the Season!!!
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Another Samson reference
There is just nothing like Maundy Thursday service. Our congregation begins with corporate confession and individual absolution, and it is absolutely a gift from God in every way. And, there is nothing like the Chief Service on Good Friday! Nothing at all. <blissful sigh> Today, I’ll share with you another Samson reference, keeping things Christocentric, humbling, and marveling.
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I’ve been back in the throes of writing poetry, so you’ll pardon me if I keep things a bit short and extra even-keeled over here. 🙂 Back in February, I posted a piece on church worker wellness resources. Well, I hadn’t gotten to say that there was an LCMS project to provide online devotions for church workers on areas of vocational, relational, financial, and emotional wellness.
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Ok, writers. To be in tip top shape, it’s good to use your brain. 🙂 There. Now the post pertains to a main purpose of this blog. Really, though, I want to tell you a riddle!!
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