I know, I know. It isn’t Christmas yet. But that’s sort of the point. I’d like to remind you about Lutheran Christmas (and Advent) books, but I’d prefer not to do it a) during Advent, or b) when shipping time might be a factor. So look these over now when even media mail should get ’em to you in time for Advent & Christmas reading. 🙂 And, while you think about it, let me know about titles I’ve missed.
Some of these will link to past posts of mine (with Amazon affiliate links). Others are simply Amazon affiliate links to the titles.
- Ariel: The Curious Cat of Christmas by Michael Martin
- A Christmas Carol (Annotated) with forward by Sam Schuldheisz
- Hope of Christmas Past, Present & Yet to Come: Daily Prayers for Advent by Stephenie Hovland
- Luther at the Manger: Christmas Sermons on Isaiah 9:6
- Messiah: The Greatest Sermon Ever Sung by Tony Pittenger & illustrated by Jonathan Mayer (Ok. Messiah is neither Christmas-only nor Christmas-primarily. It is, however, a common performed around Christmas time, especially here in the States.)
I’ll try to post soon about additional Advent devotionals of a more congregational-persuasion. Oh, and Ad Crucem’s amazing new Jesse Tree ornaments! 🙂
Meanwhile, if I’m missing Lutheran Advent & Christmas books, let me know! I’ll be happy to add to the list!
You know . . . I’m already wondering if I read a wintry short story and a Christmasy Lutheran novel . . . hmmmm.