New free Lutheran resource! Devotions at Home: A Tutorialincludes devotional suggestions for use with the Lutheran Service Bookand makes suggestions for additional resources. This PDF also includes a chart for reading through the Book of Psalms in 30 days.
Also, just so you know, The Story Bibleis broken down into 140 sections, which would give you one story a day, five days a week, for 28 weeks. That’s pretty good for ages 3-8! Great for devotions at home with younger ones!
Here is a link to a page that sorts CPH Bibles according to age. It also has 5 Bible reading plans you can download and follow, including a one-year, two-year, Bible narratives, chronological, and daily lectionary.
For reading plans through the Lutheran confessions, you can go here for a summer plan, here for a yearly plan, and here for a Lenten plan. (By the way, Luther’s Large Catechism is great reading for middle schoolers and older.)
Lutheran educator Marie MacPherson is now offering the second installment in her one-year curriculum for high school American Literature. American Lit: Franklin & Douglas is the second in a series of seven units.
One of our Lutheran vendors, Marie MacPherson of Into Your Hands, Inc., is preparing a full year’s worth of unit studies for American Literature at the high school level. Our newest product is unit 1 out of 7, featuring The Scarlet Letter and other Puritan writings, available for $10.
A few years ago I heard the trick that you can add “yet” to the end of otherwise discouraging thoughts & “yet” helps you to regain that courage. “I can’t do it . . . yet” can be a mental breakthrough for any age! Anyway, it’s come to my attention that there is now a Lutheran education consultant, whose company is The Power of Yet Consulting.
Yesterday I let you know about the Lutheran Homeschool Conference in Wyoming. Today I’ll report that the Consortium for Classical Lutheran Educators (CCLE) may have cancelled this year’s conference, 2020 CCLE XX, but they have still found a way to offer us a lot!
I typically use this blog to announce new releases, but this time I’m sharing a time-sensitive opportunity. Since most of the freebies I link to throughout the site are long-term freebies, I thought I’d ago ahead and announce this short-term opportunity: a free Lutheran webinar on healing racial divides.
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