It’s time to start thinking about the 2019 Faith and Writing Workshop held on the campus of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. 🙂
Monthly Archives: June 2019
Good news! I think I’m picking up steam again! It sure was awful to be sick so long. And now my dear husband’s serving as a vacancy pastor on top of his usual duties, so it’ll be a busy time for our family. Still, picking up steam! Yay! For today I’ll offer two things: Veith Papers & Presentations and Lutheran Conferences & Retreats!
I seem to vacillate between visions of grandeur and chaos. And I just may turn to pre-planning in the hopes of chaos getting a little better, a little smooth, maybe even more full in some way. I don’t know. Maybe I’m crazy. 🙂 Or just a homeschooler. Either way, could you look over my CPH Summer Reading Challenge Recommendations? It’s based off what I’ve assigned my kiddos, but then I added upper ages just for the fun & forethought of it.
Let me know what you think of my recommendations by age: specifically whether my recommendations for older ages are crazy. Let’s face it. My oldest may be a mature super reader, but she is only 10. 🙂 Thanks!
While today’s post is primary a review of Lars Walker‘s Wolf Time, I’ll also mention something I found: a Top 100 Lutheran Blogs and Website list. I certainly recognized a number of bloggers on there (though, goodness, Lutheran blogging has changed over the past 10-20 years!!). I’m happily listed at 39, although maybe more of you Lutheran bloggers should apply to get on there. 🙂
I read an awesome article/Letter From the Editor: “The Living Order of Education” by Martin Cothran in The Classical Teacher, Summer 2019 (Memoria Press’s publication). It rocked my world, so today’s post will be a super brief one on . . . dum dum dum . . . DESTRUCTION!
Have you ever had days when you keep thinking about a book you shouldn’t write? Maybe I’m alone on this, but I don’t really think so.