Monthly Archives: October 2020
Have you heard of Everbook? It’s an organization method that Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller is perfecting. I thought I’d try to type out a few models, both to explain to you how it works, and to help him show others how accessible and flexible the system is. 🙂 (Here are two introductory videos, one from Bryan Wolfmueller and another from Jonathan Fisk. As for me, I’ll stick with written words.)
I encourage you to write. I’ve read some really neat, amazing, diverse stuff from all you writing Lutherans! But I’m putting together a Don’t Do list. Because some things shouldn’t be done, even in books. Am I right?
Lutheran author Shelley Shephard Gray released a new book last month: Take the Lead (The Dance with Me Series, Book 2). Although she also writes books starring the Amish, this one is a series that doesn’t. Instead, it follows three sisters separated at birth. Interesting series idea!
I got my copy of Katie Koplin’s Forgiven Therefore Free Devotional Study Journal for Galatians and I’m really pleased with it.
Earlier this week CPH released a very impressive title: The Chief Divine Service by Friedrich Lochner.
My friends, I have a (digital) stack of stuff to blog about. I just haven’t had the time to write them up, so I’ll be a bit unusual for myself and blog through the weekend, catching up.
Ha haa, that is, I’ll start writing posts and just schedule them out as far in advance as necessary.
Read his post to see a little into his writing life and another story to come. Yay!
Sorry. It’s just a busy week. It’s a vortex between football, soccer, and basketball right now. Six different teams all practicing is just eating up my time. But the vortex should dissipate next week when games actually start. 🙂 Because then four soccer teams will all meet at the same big ol’ field at the same time and that simplifies things SO MUCH!
Meanwhile, if you’re a Kindle user, be sure to check out Amazon in case you have a Kindle promo chance to spend $20 to earn $5. It may not be worth it for some, but it’s sure worth it for me! Bought me more Lutheran novels! Woo hoo!
Now to find time to read ’em and get back to blogging!