Today’s post is the long promised review of Lutheran author Ruth Meyer‘s third installment in The Sola Series, Hope Alone. I blogged about its recent release status here (along with a sneak preview). And here are my reviews for Grace Alone and Faith Alone.
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Today’s post is a guest review of a book quickly becoming beloved by many of my dearest friends, Lord, Thee I Love with All My Heart. Rev. Gaven Mize, who you know as the Lutheran children’s author of My little ABC Liturgy Book and God Loves Me Such: That He Would Give, has taken time to weigh in and review Kloria’s latest as an answer when death questions come up with your child.
Today is another exciting release day! You can now order When Words Collide: A Crash Course in Writing Poetry by Lutheran author ALS Vossler. (I reviewed her fun novel Charybda here.) My review is below.
My summer reading pile may be particularly eclectic this year. Who knows. I can tell you this, however: there are a bunch of Lutheran books, some of which I’ve been meaning to read for a while. 🙂 I’ll try to keep reviews to every other day at most. Ok? Today’s will be on The Lutheran Ladies’ Circle: Plucking One String by Kris Knorr (which is actually a pseudonym for Barb Froman).
Today’s post is a review of Heroes and Villains: A Pastor Stephen Grant Short Story by Ray Keating.
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. 🙂