The Creation, the Fall and the Promise, written by Lutheran author Joshua Radke and illustrated by Lutheran artist Kelly Schumacher, is what all Lutheran coffee tables should hold from now on.
Monthly Archives: January 2020
Ok. I’m not claiming that the author is a Lutheran, but I heard about a neat little book that might interest you writers (and artists, musicians, etc) out there: Daily Rituals: How Artists Work.
Filed under Writer's Life, Writing Tips
Post-Christian: Contemporary Thought and Culture
It’s finally the day! I’ve been waiting for a long time to happily announce my dad’s latest and greatest new release: Post-Christian: A Guide to Contemporary Thought and Culture!
Filed under New Release
This weekend my husband told me about a Lutheran hymn contest! I’m quite excited. The short of it is that Concordia Theological Seminary is having a hymn competition in honor of its upcoming 175th anniversary. (Yay for my Alma Mater!)
My friends, I know I should post a more respectable piece than this, but I’m caught up in two senses. First, I’m about to wrap up something like four books I accidentally started reading at the same time. (That is feeling AMAZING!) Second, I’m finally watching the new Poldark and I can hardly get myself to stop! 😂
Martin Luther: A Beggar Before God
Want to watch a play titled Martin Luther: A Beggar Before God? Because Lutheran author and pastor Craig Stanford wrote one in 2017 in celebration of the 500 Anniversary of the Reformation! And it’s online here!
Filed under Resource
Content and Balance
I read a very clever book about content and balance: Content: How to Find Balance in Life When the World is At Your Fingertips by Lutheran author, speaker, blogger, podcaster, etc., Rebecca Lemke. So here’s a review!
Filed under Reviews
Are Lutherans Still Blogging?
I used to keep a list of Lutheran bloggers, but blogs are sort of dropping in and out of existence, as they always have, so I stopped maintaining the page. Still, an occasional post to remind you that Lutherans are still blogging might be helpful to some. 🙂
Filed under Uncategorized
A review list
I saw a little article with some general encouragement in it and thought I’d share it with you. The long and the short of it is that one is never too old to embrace the time and opportunities given to them. 🙂