My Light and My Salvation

I have such very happy Holy Week news! Concordia Theological Theological Seminary (CLTS) of the Lutheran Church-Canada has published a new edition of My Light and My Salvation, the poetry of Rev. Kurt E. Reinhardt! Somehow this happened in January, and I missed it!

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Luther and Katharina

I’ve blogged several of Lutheran author Jody Hedlund‘s new releases, but she’s a new-to-me author. Today I’ll review her Christy Award-winning book, Luther and Katharina: A Novel of Love and Rebellion.

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12 Rules for Writing Commentary & Analysis

Ray Keating, prolific author of the Stephen Grant series and a number of non-fiction books, wrote an article, “12 Rules for Writing Commentary & Analysis” that I thought I’d share.

It seems pretty obvious that one may need to be increasingly careful in not only what we say but how we say it. It’s an additional level of discipline, but, for writers, I think that may be some of the best discipline we can aim for, right?

On a related note, or perhaps on an entirely opposite & balancing note, 🙂 here’s another link: this one to a Lutheran hymn of contentment that Rev. Fish wrote earlier this month.

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Creedal Apologetics

Nancy Almodovar, also known as Lutheran Girl, has a new release for you: Creedal Apologetics: Learning to Use the Apostles’ Creed to Defend and Proclaim the Christian Faith. Foreword is by Eric Rachut.

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The Cruciform Way

Rev. Christopher Thoma has prepared another resource that’s sure to be great: The Cruciform Way: A Steady Cadence of Christ for Life in two volumes.

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All the Household

Ladies & Gentlemen, there’s a neat website that seeks to foster Lutheran liturgical living at home. It’s called All the Household and offers some neat resources to help incorporate the church year & liturgical tradition into home life.

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Wanna Catch up on Bradbury

Katie Schuermann invites you to subscribe to her newsletter with a great treat in store: a chance to catch up on what’s going on in Bradbury! As Katie put it, “Mrs. Schuermann and Mrs. Scheinberg wrote a story  just for you.” 🙂 Just click subscribe below.

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Mission Nation Publishing

Ladies & Gentlemen, let’s talk about Mission Nation Publishing! This organization is a non-profit ministry partnership between Peace Lutheran (LCMS) and the (LCMS) Florida/Georgia District to give a voice and raise awareness of missionaries from around the world who serve in America.

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Equipped: The Armor of God for Everyday Struggles

CPH has a book releasing today that looks promising: Equipped: The Armor of God for Everyday Struggles by Lutheran Rev. Dr. Christopher Kennedy. 

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Absolutely Fearless

You’re going to love this. I’ve just found out about a real Lutheran hero, Raymond H. Littge, and a new book about him, Absolutely Fearless: The Life of Raymond H Littge, Missouri’s Top Scoring WWII Fight Pilot Acepublished last November. AND, to top off that, all profits from the book go to the Lutheran Heritage Center and Museum in Altenberg, Missouri! What a great tribute to Lutheran history in Perry County!

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