You know how Lutherans around the world continue to share really great resources? It’s just such an encouragement to me! Today, I get to share yet another one, a great website just launched called Bach to Church!
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Happy New Year! “Rejoice! Rejoice! With thanks embrace Another year of grace” (LSB 896).
I got emailed about another Lutheran planner, so how about I actually blog this week. Today’s post can be about Lutheran planners & calendars. I think there’s a new release this week, some reviews I can write, and I should go ahead and write down my goals for this year, just to help fix them into my mind. 🙂
Dear readers, I doubt I’ll find time to put together a list of Christmas gift ideas (though you can search for those on my blog if you’d like), BUT Pure Joy Creative has put together such a neat thing I have to share. It’s a double-sided pillow with Martin Luther’s evening and morning prayers!
Rev. Richard Anton Bolland is a Lutheran author I’ve blogged about before. His latest release especially pulls on my heartstrings. As he says in the Amazon description, he’s been diagnosed with Stage 4 Esophageal Cancer, and he’s written a book about what the experience has been like in an effort to help others, both finding comfort and handling preparations. Hence When a Christian Faces Death: Finding Comfort with a Terminal Illness.
I’ve put together two 2022-2023 planners. Can you help me spread the word? 🙂 There is a pastoral planner and a deaconess planner, both which include lectionary references for the One Year and the Three Year series from Lutheran Service Book. Table of Contents & and some pictures below.
Time for a yearly post: Learn Greek or Latin through CCLE. 🙂
I think I mentioned that I had “conference” last week. I’m an LCMS deaconess and member of Concordia Deaconess Conference. Conference, then, as both an organization and an annual get together, is a great to hone myself and fellowship & support other deaconesses who share a quia subscription to the Confessions and a CDC code of ethics with me. Anyway, in addition to awesome professional development and truly beautiful liturgical spiritual care, there are vendors and stuff, leading me to remind you of the existence of GOOD NEWS. 🙂