God’s grace to you!
Here in New York the weather is just beginning to turn. Winter will come soon to those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, and with it the pleasure of curling up on a cold night with a good book.
Many of you have asked for printed copies of Lutheran Library books. It’s been quite a learning process to figure out the best way to make this happen.
In this issue: Weekly Message on the Short Catechism, Reminiscences of Lutheran Clergymen, Short Books, Email Updates.
Dear Friends of LutheranLibrary.org,
Here in New York City the weather has been beautiful. I hope that wherever you are you are able to enjoy the wonders of God’s creation.
One of the greatest things the Holy Spirit brings us is a “Love of the Truth” (2 Thes. 2:10). Wherever we might find ourselves - in Lutheran churches, Reformed, Baptist, or something else, we can follow the Apostle John’s urging to, “Be watchful, and strengthen the things that remain (Rev.
We’re happy to announce a completely redesigned LutheranLibrary.org .
The new site should make it easier for you to find and access excellent Christian reading material from the Lutheran Library. Even if you are not ready to start any new books now, please take a look and let us know what you think.
On This Page Much Faster on Tablets, Phones, and Computers with Slow Connections Improved Navigation Extensive “metadata” Comments Summary About the Lutheran Library Much Faster on Tablets, Phones, and Computers with Slow Connections Improved Navigation A clear menu is available on every page.
New Books, what’s coming in 2019, and with best wishes to you for a very happy and healthy Christmas and New Year’s from the Lutheran Library.
On This Page Website Six Dozen Books! Format Updates Novels and Christian Fiction Church Schools and Seminaries Upcoming in 2019 A Personal Note Website Early in 2019 you can expect a completely redesigned site.
Until then, you should notice faster loading times for the website.
With best wishes to you for Reformation Day from the Lutheran Library.
Catalog of Titles All titles are available to you in a variety of formats at no charge. Read. Study. Reflect. Grow in the knowledge of the grace of our Lord.
With best wishes to you for Reformation Day 2018 from the Lutheran Library.
101 Lehmanowsky, John Jacob. A Tale of Two Captains 102 Sandt, George Washington. Biography of Theodore Schmauk 103 Gerberding, George Henry.
May God bless you and keep you, help you, defend you, and lead you to know the depth of His love…
On This Page New Releases Format Updates Dau, William Herman Theodore, (1864-1944) Greenwald, Emanuel, (1811-1885) Horine, Mahlon C., (1838-1917) Jacobs, Henry Eyster, (1844-1932) Keyser, Leander Sylvester, (1856-1937) Krauth, Charles Porterfield, (1823-1883) Laird, Samuel, (1835-1913) Lehmanowsky, John Jacob, (1773-1858) Lichtenstein, Isaac, (1824-1908) Loy, Matthias, (1828-1915) Long, Simon Peter, (1860-1929) Sander, John (1850-1937) Schmauk, Theodore Emanuel, (1860-1920) Schuh, Lewis Herman, (1858-1936) Scriver, Christian, (1629-1693) Whitteker, John Edwin, (1851-1925) Carr, Walter E.
Welcome – Format Updates – Recreational Reading – Dixie Kitten – The Adventures of Tommy Postoffice – Dogs in the Northland
On This Page Welcome Format Updates Recreational Reading Dixie Kitten by Eva March Tappan The Adventures of Tommy Postoffice by Gabrielle Jackson My Dogs in the Northland by Egerton Young Thank you Welcome Hello to friends of the Lutheran Library Publishing Ministry.