Yet another Lutheran new release! Lutheran author Serena Ball is pleased to offer her latest cookbook, Easy Everyday Mediterranean Diet Cookbook!
Monthly Archives: October 2020
Ladies & Gentlemen, The Lutheran Witness has released the next couple of topics it will address and they are open to author submissions!! The submission deadline for the topic, Return to the Word, is November 16th! The submission deadline for Superstitions is also November 16th!
Lutheran author Mary Kuhlmann Antholz has a book out that I am very excited about: God’s Word about Sex and Related Topics! This is, God-willing, the first of two. This volume goes from creation through the return from Babylon!
A blessed Reformation week to you! Here in Oklahoma we’re having some early winter weather. I pray everyone stays safe & warm! And, if possible, I wish you a cup of something warm and a good book! Speaking of which, this month Just and Sinner released two more reprints: True Christianity: Book I & Book II by Johann Arndt.
I’m back! I had such a wonderful past two weeks! First, I led six sessions on Family Vocation for the LCMS Montana church workers’ conference and had a phenomenal time. Second, my family scooted out of town and hid away at a cabin in some Oklahoma mountains for most of a week. (YES, Oklahoma has some mountains! Beautiful wooded ones!) I didn’t even have time to do laundry in between!
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!