Today’s review is on Ordering Our Days in His Peace: An Introduction to the Christian Church Year by LCMS Pastor H. R. Curtis. It’s something of a follow up from my review post here from last week. (This is probably the format I’ll use when I actually post the reviews to Amazon & GoodReads after I wrap up with the third.)
Tag Archives: religious education
Ordering Our Days
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Behold the Lamb: An Introduction to the Signs and Symbols of the Church
Ok. I have a number of similar reviews coming up. Basically, they’re books I’ve been wanting for my kids and happily received for Christmas. 🙂 First in line is Behold the Lamb: An Introduction to the Signs and Symbols of the Church by LCMS Deaconess and Editor Pam Nielsen.
Growing in Faith Bible
Today we have a guest post! Laura Vandercook* graciously agreed to review CPH’s latest addition to the children’s Bible genre: The Growing in Faith Bible.
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Have you heard about the new CPH FaithCourses? It looks like a way to view videos and go through a guide while you read a book, either at your own pace or with a group. AWESOME!
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Illustrated Nicene Creed
I’m putting together another Lutheran resource list. This time it is books for little Lutherans by suggestion age-appropriate materials. Will this include some adult books? YES! But for now, I’ve learned about an illustrated Nicene Creed book!!!
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Simply Classical Curriculum
I’ve gotten some happy news. My children’s book, How Can I Help, is part of a special education curriculum through Memoria Press, and that “Simply Classical Curriculum” has won First Place in The Old Schoolhouse EE Award for 2016!
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Lutherans ask, “What does this mean?” all the time. The question remains religiously and culturally relevant. But I’ve recently pinpointed something that bothers me. With the aid of the devil, we have actually found a way to talk about the means of grace apart from a) how to receive them, and b) the divine blessings and benefits they give.
Filed under As Christian Writers, As Theological Writers