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Another day sick! I don’t know how much longer I can take this! Anyway, today I’ll tell you about one of the projects I’m involved with: Lutheran Homeschool / Lutheran Homeschool Marketplace & Press.
Even if you don’t recognize the name Mollie Hemingway, you’ve likely read or heard her. Proud Lutherans certain share her news clips on Facebook. 🙂 She’s a conservative columnist, political commentator, and a senior editor at The Federalist. And this Lutheran author has a new book coming out July 9th: Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court, co-written with Carrie Severino.
Yay for today! You may not know this about me, but I was originally a clarinet music performance major in college. Well, today I get to take my oldest to state! She’s been in piano for nearing a year and a half, so this is her first experience.
A Bible verse for you today: “Remember the rock from which you were cut and the quarry from which you were hewn” (Isaiah 51:1).
Have you noticed that Facebook now facilitates linking one’s birthday with a good cause? They have a whole system set up. You just have to choose a fund and promote it as you see fit. Then, they see that the money gets where it is directed to go.Well, I happen to have a cause close to my heart, so I’m throwing a little seminary fundraiser.
My town has flooded. I’m fine. I’m sad about local property damage and all the increased stress of it, though. So, I don’t wanna write a post. 🙂 Instead, I’ll just ask you to look over my free Lutheran Resource page and my Educational Resource page to see if I’m staying on top of things and presenting stuff in an orderly way.
Know about more Lutheran resources? I wanna hear about them!
Know how I can be better organized? I’m way open to ideas on that one, too!
Always looking for living Lutheran authors to add to that list, too!
Meanwhile, wishing you well,
Lutherans can change. They can! And Heidi Goehmann is proving it . . . by updating her website and renaming it.