Time for a little conference rehash! I am happy to report that I attended two very good conferences at Concordia Theological Seminary this past week: the Good Shepherd Institute, which focuses on pastoral care and sacred music, with its theme of “A Living Tradition and Something New,” and a Symposium for Hymn Writers and Translators with the theme, “Teach Us Jesus Christ to Know Aright.”
Monthly Archives: November 2019
Ladies & gentlemen, one of my dear fellow writers, Mary Kuhlmann Antholz, has written in with a Christmas chancel drama she’s put together.
CPH has great offerings for Luther’s Small Catechism. I rarely look elsewhere. Yet a little gem of a book from the Martin Luther College Print Shop found its way to me: God Tells Us About Himself: Martin Luther’s Catechism with Pictures. It’s Martin Luther’s Catechism with pictures, obviously, but it’s also pocket-sized and super charming. So how about I give a few away? 🙂
A new edition of a Christmas classic: A Christmas Carol (Annotated): In Prose Being a Ghost Story of Christmas is now available with forward by Lutheran Rev. Sam Schuldheisz!
The World of the Wazzlewoods: A Fern & Dale Fairy Tale will soon have its sequel out! And as we get excited for that release, Lutheran writer Rev. Tyrel Bramwell has organized the cutest thing: a Ferndale coloring contest!
Now here’s a great release to announce! Led By the Spirit: How Charismatic Is New Testament Christianity, by Victor C. Pfitzner, is now available through CPH with a new introduction and annotated bibliography by Lutheran seminary professor Dr. John Pless.