Monthly Archives: October 2019
Norman Nagel has been a tremendous blessing to the church, particularly the Lutheran church in the United States. No matter what I would say, or how I could say it, it would be an understatement. He is amongst the greatest Lutheran theologians of this time, and the Lord has called him home at the age of 94.
Need a composer, particularly one with Lutheran sensibilities? I now have one to recommend: Austin Theroit!
Lutheran pastor and author Tyrel Bramwell has started a new and tremendous project: Rev. Rac! Short for Reverend Raconteur Publishing, Rev. Rac is a new publishing house for clergyman storytellers and those who love to listen to them.
Have you ever wondered about the Metrical Index commonly found in hymnals? Let me explain.
I’m really pleased to hear that there is a new book, just released by CPH, called Weary Joy: The Caregiver’s Journey. In it, Lutheran author (with a PhD in Educational Psychology), Kim Marxhausen addresses dementia in the ways caregivers need to receive it: short chapters with both pragmatic information and prayers.