Ad Crucem is hosting a Christmas in July Sale. As you probably remember, Ad Crucem offers selections from various Lutheran authors and has some tremendously beautiful things!
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Rev. Ted Mayes is gathering memories of the walk-out. He hopes to to collect them prior to the 50-year anniversary, which is in a few years.
Today I’m sharing an article on who owns a pastor’s sermons. Perhaps an odd topic to some, but it highlights something interesting, in my opinion. While some want individual ownership, and while several laws actually could be seen to favor corporate ownership, I wish there could be such a thing as church ownership!
I hope you’ve gathered that I want to encourage. I especially hope to support Lutheran authors and have gotten pretty generous with reading & reviewing Lutheran books of all sorts. But what happens when I read a book and I’m left thinking, “Oh. Huh. And this may be one of the most well-read novels by a Lutheran author.”
Today is the start of the KFUO Sharathon 2020. It will run June 25th through the 27th.
I’m experiencing a little deja vu as I could have sworn I already wrote up a post for this, yet when I went back to check I didn’t see one. Sorry either way! Forgive me my flubs! 🙂 Anyway, the Faith & Writing annual Lutheran writing workshop is still happening! Further, it will be held online so even more may be able to attend.
You might be interested to know that there is an Amazon sale where you buy two and get one free. Just go here, pick from a selection of books, CDs, movies, and games. No code needed. Just go to checkout and you should see a full discount for the price of one of the three items. So that’s happy. 🙂
I also do have a Father’s Day article that will be coming out through Crossway. I’ll let you know when it’s been posted.