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Leaving the Lights On
by Joost Nixon
It is ironic that those who so love the Reformation might—out of love for it—ignore some of the very principles the Reformation most loved. With the 500th year anniversary of the publication of Erasmus’ Greek New Testament upon us, it seems fitting for us to return to the three of the famous fighting slogans of the Reformation.
Learning Disability Awareness Month
by Lexi Detweiler
October is Learning Disabilities Awareness Month. Last year, Laurie Detweiler shared her thoughts on parenting a child with a learning disability. If you have a child with a learning disability, I recommend giving it a read. It’s an encouraging and realistic piece for parents. But what about the rest of us? How does it apply to those who don’t have a child with a disability? Chances are you or your child know someone with a learning disability and it’s important to understand their differences to be able to encourage and love them both in and out of the classroom.
by Eva Erickson
On backs of pastel winds they ride and fling,
Those newly sprouted feathered tufts, in air
Now gliding through the skies on melodies.
Their speckled wings will take them everywhere,
For with the mellow breeze the hatchlings sing.
On Tour with Hanschen Luther
Are you interested in making the Reformation more accessible to young children? This month, with orders of $100 or more, we are giving away the fun and interactive book, “On Tour with Hanschen Luther.” All you need to do is ask! When placing an online order, simply type “Free Book” in the comments, or mention it to one of our representatives when placing a phone order.
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