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CPH Reads 2023
Reflection Works Design
Our former congregation has a pastor-elect and a lovely family! Yay! Plus, I found out the (soon to be pastor’s) wife has an art & design business called Reflection Works Art & Design. Awesome!
Admittedly, I’ve had busy weekends so I haven’t been able to blog ahead. The thing is there haven’t been a lot of new releases that I’ve learned about recently. That means fewer easy posts to write. <Shrug> Maybe it’s just a slow time for publishing. However, the good news is that I’ve just received three more books to read and review so maybe I’ll have some good content for you soon after all. 🙂
Here’s happy news. I recently found out that Family Vocation: God’s Calling in Marriage, Parenting, and Childhood, my first book that I wrote with my dad, is up for its third reprint. Yay!
Inviting Community is not a new Lutheran book, but I recently saw a review in praise of it, so I’m sharing it. 🙂
Arguments for God You Agree With
I learned about a new-to-me Lutheran author. 🙂 His name is William “Bill” Schroeder, and this past December he published Arguments for God You Agree With.
With These Last Breaths Cover Reveal
Wanna see a brand-spanking-new book cover? Here’s the With These Last Breaths cover reveal. 🙂
To Heaven’s Rim: The Kingdom Poets Book of World Christian Poetry, Beginnings to 1800, in English Translation (Poiema Poetry Series)
Here’s a neat looking book: To Heaven’s Rim: The Kingdom Poets Book of World Christian Poetry, Beginnings to 1800, in English Translation (Poiema Poetry Series). 🙂 Interested in Christian poetry from around the world?
Lutheran author D. Axtell Boyd has published two more books, as I mentioned yesterday. Today I want to tell you about the second, Restless: How the universal longings for perfect beauty, truth, justice, love and home are satisfied in the birth, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Larkin and the Lightman
Lutheran author D. Axtell Boyd has published two books since I last looked him up! Today I want to tell you about one that sounds particularly poignant, Larkin and the Lightman.