We had such a wonderful time celebrating National Lutheran Schools Week at ILS, and now we’re ready to kick off a new month with our latest edition of "What we're reading..." here on the blog! As we do each month, for your enjoyment this month, we’ve compiled articles that we’ve found to be interesting or thought-provoking recently on a variety of topics.
This month, we include contributions both from Immanuel’s Pastor, Christopher Esget, as well as ILS Music Teacher, Mrs. Marie Greenway. Additionally, please enjoy a selection of articles on beauty and the imagination, recommendations for books worth giving a slow read, prayer, and more.
What have you read lately that you think we, or other ILS families, may find interesting? Please keep sharing links and articles for us to enjoy!
Beauty and the Imagination - Aaron Ames, The Imaginative Conservative
How to Get Middle Schoolers to Participate in Choir Class - Mrs. Marie Greenway, CPH Prelude to Postlude Blog
Bread Eternal - Jane Sloan Peters, First Things
Slow Reads for a Mad World - Stephen Williams, CIRCE
March for Life Sermon 2019 - Pastor Christopher Esget, Esgetology
When You Pray, It’s Okay to Plagiarize - Pastor John Bombaro, Core Christianity
This College President is Willing to Tell You College Isn’t for Everyone - Joy Pullman, The Federalist