Have you heard of Everbook? It’s an organization method that Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller is perfecting. I thought I’d try to type out a few models, both to explain to you how it works, and to help him show others how accessible and flexible the system is. 🙂 (Here are two introductory videos, one from Bryan Wolfmueller and another from Jonathan Fisk. As for me, I’ll stick with written words.)
Category Archives: Resource
I got my copy of Katie Koplin’s Forgiven Therefore Free Devotional Study Journal for Galatians and I’m really pleased with it.
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.
Also, check out this excerpt from Johann Gerhard’s On the Resurrection of the Dead and the Last Judgment – Theological Commonplaces. Looks good to me! Though not quite my usual light reading. 🙂
Here’s a neat new release and find! Latif Haki Gaba has put together The Lutheran Acolyte Manual of the Guild of Saint Samuel. What’s the Guild of Saint Samuel, you ask? I daresay you’ll like the answer. 🙂
Let’s list some online free collections of Lutheran books or other writings. 🙂
I’ve really enjoyed going through Gene Veith’s Reading Between the Lines with those who have joined my book club. I’ve enjoyed it so much that I want to spread the fun (without me being in a constant leadership role!), so I’ve created a new Facebook group for Conservative Lutheran Book Clubs.