Sorry. It’s just a busy week. It’s a vortex between football, soccer, and basketball right now. Six different teams all practicing is just eating up my time. But the vortex should dissipate next week when games actually start. 🙂 Because then four soccer teams will all meet at the same big ol’ field at the same time and that simplifies things SO MUCH!
Meanwhile, if you’re a Kindle user, be sure to check out Amazon in case you have a Kindle promo chance to spend $20 to earn $5. It may not be worth it for some, but it’s sure worth it for me! Bought me more Lutheran novels! Woo hoo!
Now to find time to read ’em and get back to blogging!
I got an email announcing that Just and Sinner Publications has released the last volume in the Classics in Dogmatics series: an early seventeenth century Lutheran theologian Leonhard Hutter work titled Compend of Lutheran Theology.
In an effort to be better about announcing new releases, I went ahead and plugged through my list of living Lutheran authors so I could get following info through Amazon. Thus far I’m loving it. Getting a new release email adds a bit of perkiness to my day.
Hey, did you see that CPH has digital bonus Sunday school materials up for 14 lessons of Unit 4, Enduring Faith Sunday School Curriculum? Our church is hoping to start back up with Sunday school and Bible study, but I know we’ve had some hesitation due to so many concerns. Thanks to CPH for the resources they’re sharing! I think it says a lot.
Have a little time and money on your hands? Because it’s time for the Emmanuel Press Scratch & Dent Sale. Save up to 35% on The Great Works of God: Exodus, Liber Hymnorum, He Restores My Soul, Seed Grains of Prayer, What an Altar Guild Should Know, and several others. Sounds good to me!
The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge (found here on Facebook and here on KFUO) has book clubs, which are pretty awesome. Well, in celebration of their first anniversary, they’ve decided to chose a book submitted by members of the Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge Facebook page who are authors! So, um, if you’re a girl with a published book join the Facebook page & submit your book!
I know, I know. I’ve already mentioned the 2021 Pastoral Planner. But I was asked about it so I’m posting the link once more. In other news, I got burned by some computer troubles and, if I could, I think I’d break up with technology. 😉 I just need a little space from it right now! Ha haaa
Anyway, here’s a link to the 2021 pastoral planner I put together for my husband (and a link to my original post about it this year). It’s $13 for 366 coil-bound pages and it takes a while to receive your order right now. <Shrug> 2020.
Here’s a link to the CPH equivalent in case you just prefer to stick with what you know. 🙂 It’s on sale for $15.28 for a bit slimmer book. It’s estimated release date is 10/13/20.
Both are organized well. <Shrug> Organization can just be an area of personal preference.
Speaking of, I’ll be doing another organizational post, helpful to pastors and laity alike, mid-October. 🙂 It may be more my style of on-the-go organization. One with infinite possibilities!
Literally. Infinite is the point. 🙂 Yay for creative solutions!!
Mary Jackquelyn Moerbe (rhymes with Furby) is an LCMS deaconess, writer, speaker, and homeschooler. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Letters, a combination of history, literature, language, and philosophy, and a BA in music. Her master of arts degree is in theology with deaconess certification from Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne. She and her husband, Rev. Ned A. Moerbe, have six children and live in Oklahoma.
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