Create in Me is my feature today. This Kloria book is just fantastic. Obviously, Kloria is on an impressive role! 😀 I’ll review it below, but I also want to point out that the illustrator, Lutheran artist H. Avery Prozenko, is an iconographer! By all means, check out his additional work at Lutheran Icons!
Monthly Archives: September 2022
Yesterday was the release day for An Amish Christmas Star by Lutheran writer Shelley Shephard Gray, as well as Charlotte Hubbard and Rosalind Lauer. I’m thinking it’s a three-part collection of Christmas novellas or short stories. 🙂 If you like Shelley Gray’s writings, you’ll likely enjoy all three.
Today CPH releases another book for women: Words of Peace and Protection: Devotions for Women with a variety of female authors.
Here’s a happy one! Rev. Dr. Jonathan Naumann, a wonderful theologian and LCMS missionary at the Lutheran seminary in the Dominican Republic, just received a festschrift in honor of his fortieth anniversary of his ordination! It is aptly titled, With Angels and Archangels. 😀
Welp, I interrupted my life for fair week, a trip to the zoo, and my son’s ninth birthday! 🙂 Then I decided to work up both pastoral & deaconess planners that I plan to sell on Lulu some time soon. Any suggestions for those? If you’ve followed me for a year, you’ll know I’m getting pretty settled into making my husband’s pastoral planner, but this is the first year I’ve aimed for a deaconess one also. 🙂 I wonder about one for church musicians, though I’m not quite sure how I’d design it yet.
I’m also rereading Dostoevsky’s novel, The Idiot, for a book club. I’m really looking forward to discussing it. It’s such a surprisingly delightful book, even though the content is, well, as serious as ever, as Russian books can be.
Anyway, I’m wishing you a happy week, whether or not I find time to blog again for tomorrow!
PS. If you’re curious, my seven year totally scored more ribbons than me! Ha ha haa, AGAIN!