Lutheran Carnival

A weekly/bi-weekly roundup of the best posts in the confessional Lutheran blogosphere, as submitted by the authors.

Dienstag, April 25, 2006

Lutheran Carnival XXII

Lutheran Carnival XXII is now up at Ask the Pastor. Thank Pastor Snyder for hosting while you are there.

The next host is Random Thoughts of a Confessional Lutheran. Remember you can go here to see who's hosting what when. By the way, there are still three spots open.

Freitag, April 21, 2006

Fianl Reminder for LC XXII

As a quick reminder, please remember all Lutheran Carnival posts are due by 7 PM CDT tomorrow (0000 UTC Saturday). All topics are welcome.

Donnerstag, April 13, 2006

House Rules for Lutheran Carnival XXII

Ask the Pastor, who is hosting the 22nd edition of the Lutheran Carnival, has published his house rules. Lutheran Carnival XXII will appear on his blog on Quasimodogeniti (Sanctuary! Sanctuary!), the Sunday after Easter.

Thanks, Pastor Snyder!

Montag, April 10, 2006

Lutheran Carnival XXII Entries

OK, I haven't done a good job the past two weeks keeping up with stuff like this. Once you discover why, I think everybody will understand. Anyway, life has a way of distracting me. That said, I am announcing that submissions are being taken for LC XX, which is being hosted over at Ask the Pastor.

On another note, we still need volunteers to host LCs XXVII, XXVIII & XXIV. If any of you would like to volunteer, please send me an email at daniel DOT sellers AT gmail DOT com. On another note, I will need to recruit one more person to help hold down the fort. Don't call us. We'll call you.

Sonntag, April 09, 2006

Lutheran Carnival XXI Is Up

The twenty-first edition of the Lutheran Carnival is up at Necessary Roughness! We have topics ranging from 3-year-old theologians to how we measure time itself. Thanks to all who participated!

Dienstag, April 04, 2006

Reminder for Lutheran Carnival XXI

The Lutheran Carnival continues to take submissions for Edition XXI until Friday @ 7pm. Feel free to send in anything on your blog since March 15. The carnival post got a good start last night with a message for Palm Sunday and a blurb on the author of J.S. Bach's biblical commentaries.