Monthly Archives: January 2022
Hello! I know I often blog Ray Keating sales in summer, but he often has sales via his newsletter, too. Plus right now he’s offering a limited time extra!
Want to know the name of the new CPH president? I sure did!
Wednesday, the release went out: Jonathan D. Schultz was unanimously elected the 9th President & CEO of Concordia Publishing House.
Schultz has been serving as Interim President and CEO since last May. He’s also been a pretty long term Vice President and Corporate Counsel. He’s worked with the Board of Directors, coordinated legal activities of the corporation, directed HR and contracts/rights/permission departments. He and his wife have also done mission work.
Yay! Exciting times!
I am so upset. I found out that someone has been pirating books from a Lutheran author! At least two of her books, one fiction and one non-fiction, have been affected in this way.
Titus Classics has a new release: The Apostle’s Creed Latin Coloring Book!!! What can I say but AWESOME!!!!!!!
Luther for the Busy Man is once more in print, thanks to Ambassador Publications, which I believe is the publisher for the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations (AFLC). I can’t say I know much about the collection of congregations, but I do know this book follows the historic one-year lectionary as guidance for daily devotions.
Last November, Lutheran author Jody Hedlund released Enamored, the first book in her new Knights of Brethren series. Below is my review. (By the way, there is a giveaway on her most recent book, Never Leave Me, from her Waters of Time series. I really enjoyed the first installment. Go here to enter for a chance to win this second in a series.)