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Approach to Outreach

Somehow I missed this when it came out. (Here’s hoping that means I’m less addicted to the Internet!) Rev. Andrew Richard, the same man who’s putting together the Overview of New Testament Greek Syntax mentioned here, has a Lutheran approach to outreach article/paper/piece that might interest you. 🙂

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Grumpy Child

Imagine you’re a college student in a religion class. The teacher assigns you to talk to people in the street and really try to “git out there” and “dig deep!” They bus you into a downtownish area of a city, drop you off, and there you are. Feeling like a grumpy child yet?

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Baughman Giveaway

Ok. I’ve closed the Bo Giertz Giveaway and have sent out an email to those who entered. (Let me know if that failed somehow.) Now, on to a Sarah Baughman Giveaway! This Lutheran author has graciously offered a free copy of  A Flame in the Darknessa solid and satisfying book set in Wittenberg during the Reformation. I reviewed it here. I really enjoyed it!

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My book-idea-sharing extravaganza is almost over, just another one or two for a while. Write historical fiction about Frankenmuth and the Lutheran outreach to the Native Americans.

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