My daughter Mary J. Moerbe, herself a writer with whom I have collaborated, has started a blog for Lutheran writers. It’s called Meet, Write, and Salutary. (Get it?) It’s full of tips, information, advice, and support for Christian writers and Lutheran writers in particular. Check it out.
My daughter has published a brilliant article in the Federalist! I am so proud. From Mary Moerbe, NPR Forced Me To Have The Talk With My Six-Year-Old:
It crept up on me, but it was suddenly time to have the talk. I switched off the radio as I was driving my oldest daughter to a lesson, and slowly let out my breath. Obviously, my daughter was feeling things she had never felt before, and a quick glance was enough to tell me that now was a time she needed me to talk. She asked, “Mommy, what were they talking about, ending pregnancies?” [Read more…]
My daughter, Deaconness Mary Moerbe, has just published a children’s book on vocation! Luther was insistent that being a child is a vocation, that even very young children have callings from God. This book shows kids how God serves them through other people (especially their parents) and how God also serves other people through them. What an important and yet strangely neglected topic!
Mary’s book is entitled How Can I Help? God’s Calling For Kids. It is written beautifully, has wonderful illustrations, and is published by Concordia Publishing House. I wrote an introduction. At the Amazon site, linked above, you can sample it with the “look inside” feature. After the jump, an overview and ordering links. [Read more…]