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Hi! I’m back and I’m sure happy about it. 🙂 But let me tell you, it sure is nice to remember that I’m first and foremost a multitasking mom/writer rather than a blogger. I’m in a MUCH better position with … Continue reading
Ack! I overbooked! Today I’d better post about 2019 Lenten resources, since Ash Wednesday is just around the corner, but I also intended to promote a new book. (If you’re watching for me to announce a new book, I have … Continue reading
Somehow I missed this when it came out. (Here’s hoping that means I’m less addicted to the Internet!) Rev. Andrew Richard, the same man who’s putting together the Overview of New Testament Greek Syntax mentioned here, has a Lutheran approach to outreach … Continue reading
Many thanks to Rev. Andrew Richard for telling me about his latest resource: a church year calendar!
Let’s applaud those who continue to create free Lutheran resources for the good of the Church! Thanks be to God! I’ll happily add more if you let me know about those from a resurrection- and means-of-grace-believing Lutheran perspective. Denominational publishing … Continue reading
There are so many ways to write. It’s a beautiful thing with tons of opportunities, for service, for fun, etc. So I thought I’d share one with you today, highlighting a section called “The Peloponnesian Press.”
Remember the free marriage booklet I mentioned before Easter? The one Rev. Richard put together as a free downloadable resource for the church? Christ and the Church: a thirty-day devotion concerning the Holy Estate of Marriage particularly addressing those whom God … Continue reading
I love free resources, and even more I love seeing the Church in action, sharing the merciful love of the Gospel as well as precious wisdom along the way. Want a free marriage booklet? A good Lutheran one?! I do! … Continue reading
Here’s another Facebook find: A Christmas Hymn from Germanus, Patriarch of Constantinople in the mid-8th century, shared by Andy Richard.