So, I’m not having the easiest of transitions between homeschooling and summer. I just can’t get on top of what I’m supposed to be doing. My solution? Read the preview copy of Lutheran author Vanessa Rasanen‘s upcoming release, On These Black Sands. 🙂
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Confirmation books are a hot topic in my house right now. Our oldest is soon to be confirmed, and she already has a Bible, a hymnal, and soon a Book of Concord. So what confirmation books would you add? And, since I’m supposed to purchase one on behalf of our LWML society, what are your favorite or go to confirmation books that typically sell around $10-15?
I’m happy to say my husband and I enjoyed a little getaway this weekend. We left the kids with my folks and tried to relax out of town.
Romanos the Melodist is very much on my To Read list! Below is a blog post about him and some of his writing from my dad.
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Many of us are having an . . . odd and difficult week due to weather and energy conservation, and you’ll forgive me that I hate writing entire posts from my phone. So here’s a timely link (https://www.whatdoesthismean.org/lifted-voice–brian-hamer/on-psalms-hymns-and-spiritual-songs-psalm-51-by-georg-philipp-telemann) and a reminder that we’re in this together.
Lord, have mercy.
Thanks be to God that He does.
Maybe you’ve seen this. It was posted back on November 30, 2o2o, but now is when I’m sharing it: Dr. Geoff Boyle’s “Reading the Old Testament with the Early Church Fathers.” 🙂