Today’s post is a review of Heroes and Villains: A Pastor Stephen Grant Short Story by Ray Keating.
Let’s have a Wazzlewood Giveaway! Remember back to last November when I first reviewed Lutheran author Tyrel Bramwell‘s children book, The World of the Wazzlewoods? Well, it’s time for me to get it out again as one of my recommended books for the CPH Reading Challenge.
Good news! I think I’m picking up steam again! It sure was awful to be sick so long. And now my dear husband’s serving as a vacancy pastor on top of his usual duties, so it’ll be a busy time for our family. Still, picking up steam! Yay! For today I’ll offer two things: Veith Papers & Presentations and Lutheran Conferences & Retreats!
I seem to vacillate between visions of grandeur and chaos. And I just may turn to pre-planning in the hopes of chaos getting a little better, a little smooth, maybe even more full in some way. I don’t know. Maybe I’m crazy. 🙂 Or just a homeschooler. Either way, could you look over my CPH Summer Reading Challenge Recommendations? It’s based off what I’ve assigned my kiddos, but then I added upper ages just for the fun & forethought of it.
Let me know what you think of my recommendations by age: specifically whether my recommendations for older ages are crazy. Let’s face it. My oldest may be a mature super reader, but she is only 10. 🙂 Thanks!
While today’s post is primary a review of Lars Walker‘s Wolf Time, I’ll also mention something I found: a Top 100 Lutheran Blogs and Website list. I certainly recognized a number of bloggers on there (though, goodness, Lutheran blogging has changed over the past 10-20 years!!). I’m happily listed at 39, although maybe more of you Lutheran bloggers should apply to get on there. 🙂
I read an awesome article/Letter From the Editor: “The Living Order of Education” by Martin Cothran in The Classical Teacher, Summer 2019 (Memoria Press’s publication). It rocked my world, so today’s post will be a super brief one on . . . dum dum dum . . . DESTRUCTION!