Reclaiming The L Word

Reclaiming The L Word

Kelly A. Fryer / Oct 16, 2019

Reclaiming The L Word Reclaiming the L Word is a book about renewing congregations by recognizing and living out the core teachings of the Lutheran faith In the introduction the author states I hope that people of every d

  • Title: Reclaiming The L Word
  • Author: Kelly A. Fryer
  • ISBN: 2940000810446
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Nook
  • Reclaiming the L Word is a book about renewing congregations by recognizing and living out the core teachings of the Lutheran faith In the introduction, the author states I hope that people of every denomination will find this book helpful as they wrestle with these important issues within their own traditions But this little book is primarily written for those who cReclaiming the L Word is a book about renewing congregations by recognizing and living out the core teachings of the Lutheran faith In the introduction, the author states I hope that people of every denomination will find this book helpful as they wrestle with these important issues within their own traditions But this little book is primarily written for those who call themselves Lutheran and, specifically, those who are members of ELCA congregations, and it is intended to help us answer central questions Who are we What DOES it mean to be a Lutheran today, anyway And, why does it matter Inspirational, engaging, and challenging, this book is a must read for pastors and congregational leaders

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    1. What a wonderful and inspirational book. This short book written by a female Lutheran pastor who did not grow up Lutheran, is a superb exposition of what it means to her to be a Lutheran Christian. It is funny, easy to read, challenging and very thought provoking. I encourage anyone interested in revitalizing thier faith experience to read this insightful book. She provides thoughts and challenges and encapsulates years of theology training into easy to grasp ideas that make Christianity , no ma [...]


    2. This book took me awhile to read, not because it's a long book but more of because I read it slowly trying to process it. She makes a lot of interesting points!


    3. I read this book for Lent with my pastor and a group from my church. I've grown up ELCA my entire life. I attended other churches though out my life, but ELCA is where I feel at home. This book was a great reminder that church isn't home to everyone. To many it is new. This book was a great reminder of that. I do agree with Kelly Fryer's call for action. There is so much more that we can do to share our beliefs, be open to change and make others feel welcome.


    4. Great book. Simple ideas. Simple truths. It claims to have some "out of the box" ideas, but they didn't shock me at all. My own varied religious upbringing may have helped in that.Kudos to Kelly Fryer for using her tremendous gift for writing and spelling out what the world needs to hear!


    5. Was insightful and have passed to other church council members Growth in our church will be driven by who we are.t what time hold services etc.


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