Monthly Archives: July 2019
Winston Churchill once said, “History will be kind to me for I intend to write it.”
It’s another double release day! First, there’s a book I’ve been waiting for ever since I first heard it was being written: Luther’s Small Catechism: A Manual for Discipleship by John Pless. It’s sure to be fantastic! And the other newly released book is by LCMS columnist and commentator Mollie Hemingway (and Carrie Severino): Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court.
Have you ever wanted to serve as the Lutheran Witness editor? Because LCMS Communications is now seeking applicants.
Today’s post is a guest review of a book quickly becoming beloved by many of my dearest friends, Lord, Thee I Love with All My Heart. Rev. Gaven Mize, who you know as the Lutheran children’s author of My little ABC Liturgy Book and God Loves Me Such: That He Would Give, has taken time to weigh in and review Kloria’s latest as an answer when death questions come up with your child.
Blessed Fourth of July! Wishing you every blessing in Christ, stateside and around the world! And may we all be free to be faithful!
PS. There’s a good Kindle sale on God at Work: Your Christian Vocation in All of Life, which, frankly, is a modern Lutheran classic. Am I wrong? Only $3.99 from now until July 6th! (Here’s a link to Veith’s post about it).
Today is another exciting release day! You can now order When Words Collide: A Crash Course in Writing Poetry by Lutheran author ALS Vossler. (I reviewed her fun novel Charybda here.) My review is below.