Category Archives: Reviews
Last March I blogged about Absolutely Fearless: The Life of Raymond H Littge, Missouri’s Top Scoring WWII Fight Pilot Ace, which is about a real life Lutheran hero, Raymond Littge, a daring fighter pilot. Today I offer my review and recommendations. 🙂
Sexual morality is a hot topic, of course. I’ve done a bit of writing on it myself in Family Vocation, though you’ll see I’m pretty delicate about it. Well, my oldest daughter approaches her teens, so I’m reading up on things again. Although I’ll still have her read Family Vocation, I may also have her read Sexual Morality in a Christless World by Lutheran author and pastor Rev. Dr. Matthew Rueger.
I love Rachel Kovaciny. Have I mentioned that lately? She takes folk stories and reimagines them into real Western life. 🙂 She writes both books and short stories (which often relate to books) and her latest is Run, Run, a human twist on the Gingerbread Man & a short story sequel to One Bad Apple.
If I’m remembering correctly, the CPH Reads summer program started yesterday. Good thing I have lots of book recommendations for your summer reading! Including The Bulletproof Missionary by Keriz Rosado, book 3 of 6 in The Missionaries to America series by Mission Nation Publishing, a Lutheran organization I blogged about a while ago. I review it below.