I know, I know. I’ve already mentioned the 2021 Pastoral Planner. But I was asked about it so I’m posting the link once more. In other news, I got burned by some computer troubles and, if I could, I think I’d break up with technology. 😉 I just need a little space from it right now! Ha haaa
Anyway, here’s a link to the 2021 pastoral planner I put together for my husband (and a link to my original post about it this year). It’s $13 for 366 coil-bound pages and it takes a while to receive your order right now. <Shrug> 2020.
Here’s a link to the CPH equivalent in case you just prefer to stick with what you know. 🙂 It’s on sale for $15.28 for a bit slimmer book. It’s estimated release date is 10/13/20.
Both are organized well. <Shrug> Organization can just be an area of personal preference.
Speaking of, I’ll be doing another organizational post, helpful to pastors and laity alike, mid-October. 🙂 It may be more my style of on-the-go organization. One with infinite possibilities!
Literally. Infinite is the point. 🙂 Yay for creative solutions!!
There’s a BIG sale at Christianbook.com, including 69% off Dictionary of Luther and the Lutheran Traditions by Timothy Wengert. I haven’t seen it myself, but someone I trust has recommended it. I bet it won’t get cheaper than $20, folks, so check it out!
Thanks to two friendly someones, I can tell you about another weekly devotion resource: Crumbs by Rev. Carl Manthey Zorn, Lutheran missionary and pastor, published in 1914.
I interrupt my usual Lutheran proceedings to highlight a non-Lutheran book because it is just that much of a fantastic book!
Maybe in another ten years, when my kids are older, I can find enough people to have a geeky Lutheran book club to read through old, semi-forgotten Lutheran novels. Such a one may be Lars Lee.
As you know, I’ve helped to start LutheranHomeschool.com. This year being as it is, I’ve had a number of people ask how to find a Lutheran box curriculum. In other words, what can give them, out of a box, every single thing they need to homeschool. Mostly I’ve pointed elementary folks to Wittenberg Academy, which offers free curriculum for Kindergarten through sixth grade, which I understand is primarily public domain, aka, truly free. Still I thought I’d also share my 2020 Lutheran homeschool plan for the year here so that, if you know someone feeling clueless about Lutheran homeschooling, 🙂 they can look here and feel a bit better. I do so here since Lutheran Homeschool doesn’t really have a place for personal sharing.