I’m on a little roll! I compiled another big ol’ resource list, this time for confirmation gift ideas. I went ahead and included the Lutheran shops I could think of, too, but let me know of more if you can. Free as always.
Hello! After some discussion on Facebook & thought, I put together a quick resource for families with middle schoolers or older on St. Patrick, St. Patrick’s Day, St. Patrick’s writings, and Ireland. Let me know if I should improve or clarify anything!
Ladies & Gentlemen, LutheranHomeschool.com has a new vendor: The Faithful Homeschool by Jennifer Whalen, who you just might follow as @thefaithfulhomeschool on Instagram. 🙂 Jennifer’s background is in education, and she has a Master’s Degree in Education with several years of teaching experience before becoming a homeschooling mom. We’re excited to have her join our team, as she has pursues a Lutheran, Charlotte Mason-inspired approach to homeschooling.
Ladies & Gentlemen, I won’t tell you every time I’ve compiled another list, but I will tell you more work has been done. There are now 15 products under the category of “Free Compilation of Resources,” so I’m pretty pleased!
Ladies & Gentlemen, I’ve spent the last few days trying to make lists of compiled resources so that links & freebies are easier for you to find. (Basically, taking information from my long resource outlines and putting them into their own topical product. The free information is in the description. The product is just a downloadable PDF of the same information.)
So far there are compiled resources (some shorter lists, some longer) for the following topics:
Right now, I hope to gather resources to compile for grief/ grieving children and one for singing. What else would you like to see? 🙂 (I know, I know, complete Lutheran curricula, but that’s taking a long time!)
We added two new products today, both written by Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller. One is Angels & Demons: A Bible Study Anthology. This free booklet pulls sections from three classic Lutheran texts to provide a structured look at Scripture on angels and demons. The other is The Devotional Challenge Book. This freebie is exactly what some parents have been looking for to help confirmands and high schoolers transition into daily personal prayer!
These were not developed for LutheranHomeschool.com, but we are excited to let more people know about these great resources developed for the good of the church!
If you know of resources helpful for Lutheran homeschooling families, please let us know. We love raising awareness & gathering links into a central location!
Sing through a free caroling book! Sing a song or two a day and make your way all the way through!
Try to memorize a stanza a day of Luther’s These are the Holy Ten Commands or another hymn with 12 stanzas. Or just pick a hymn or psalm to memorize.
Mark the minor commemorations of the time:
December 26th, Stephen the Martyr
December 27th, John the Apostle and Evangelist
December 28th, the Holy Innocents Martyred
December 29th, King David
January 1st, Circumcision and Naming of Jesus
January 2nd, Loehe, Pastor
(January 6th always starts the season of Epiphany)
If you have other suggestions, comment to add them!
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