Sister, Daughter, Mother, Wife
Living Our Vocations as Lutheran Women
Podcast (Living Our Vocations)
Jul 5, 2019
Lovely New Book from Kloria Press (A Review of Lord, Thee I Love with All My Heart)
Review by Anna Mussmann I love what Kloria Press does. Each of their books takes a theologically rich hymn and illustrates it for chil...
Jul 1, 2019
New Site for Lutheran Home Educators
By Deaconess Mary J. Moerbe There are a lot of women who went to college, got degrees, and then, whether by design or development, stay...
Why Yes, this IS a Post!
By Anna Mussmann Often while washing the dinner dishes I think of a topic for an article. It seems as if I should write it. And yet, at...
Nov 30, 2018
Books for Every Lutheran in Your Family: A Gift Guide
By Anna Mussmann I love choosing Christmas presents. Finding just the right item for each person is a lot like cooking, sewing, o...
Nov 15, 2018
Struggling to Forgive? God Brings His Strength to You in Word and Sacrament (Part III of III)
By Katy Cloninger Forgiveness (both the giving and receiving of it) is an essential aspect of the Christian life. In Parts I and I...
Nov 2, 2018
Characters Who Need God's Strength (Review of Soldier On and Author Giveaway)
Review by Rachel Kovaciny Soldier On By Vanessa Rasanen Crab Apple Books (October 2, 2018) This book is intense. Neither I n...
Nov 1, 2018
Forgiveness: It Can Be Messy (Part II of III)
By Katy Cloninger As stated in Part I of this series on forgiveness, our fallen nature means that we are constantly sinning against on...
Oct 26, 2018
Forgiveness: A Journey Worth Taking (Part I of III)
By Katy Cloninger Because we all daily sin much, forgiveness is an important aspect of our vocations. Sometimes forgiveness is rela...
Oct 3, 2018
Like King David, Let Us Love God's Law
By Heather Smith As part of our daily devotional routine, my husband and I read a psalm, or a portion thereof, before breakfast. Recen...
Sep 28, 2018
Hints on Child Training by Henry Trumbull
Originally Published 1891 Review by Anna Mussmann It is incredibly helpful to read parenting advice from other eras. Often it’s wise ...
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