Lutherans For Life of WI

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Subject: New Resource: Tiny Hands that Hold My Heart – gift book and softcover booklet

 

 

Softcover booklet: www.cph.org/p-32031-tiny-hands-that-hold-my-heart-softcover-booklet.aspx

Gift book: www.cph.org/p-32030-tiny-hands-that-hold-my-heart-gift-book.aspx

We are offering, through Concordia Publishing House, this resource produced by Tiny Hands Ministries, Inc. of Concord, North Carolina.

“’Tiny Hands that Hold My Heart’ celebrates life by chronicling the nine months of pregnancy with breathtaking photography from inside the womb and relevant scriptures. It was written as one message for two unique audiences. Tiny Hands was written as a gift book for expecting mothers who are excited and waiting in anticipation for the birth of their baby. Tiny Hands was also written as a booklet to hand out free to women facing crisis pregnancies.”

The book and booklet should be at CPH late this week. (updated 10/30/17)

 

A new brochure by Rev. Salemink is now available to order through Concordia Publishing House:

https://www.cph.org/p-32743-going-gracefully-a-better-end-of-life-approach-than-assisted-suicide.aspx

In “Going Gracefully,” Rev. Michael W. Salemink presents a better end-of-life approach than assisted suicide. Rev. Salemink looks at the issues of autonomy, pain, quality of life, and death with dignity (“What it is,” “Why it’s bad,” and “What is better”). Also included are “Eight Things You Should Know About Assisted Suicide” and “Sixteen Things You Can Do About Assisted Suicide.”

“Life with grace delivers even more blessing than ‘death with dignity.’ Death has no dignity to lend to anybody, but a dignified person can adorn even death with nobility (Acts 7:59-60).”

The brochure should be available for shipping very soon—hopefully later next week.