CPH offers resources for Reformation, Halloween

Concordia Publishing House, St. Louis, offers a variety of resources that are designed to help congregations learn more about the Reformation or challoween2luther.jpgelebrate the special observance on Oct. 31.

Among Reformation resources are:

  • books, including What Luther Says ($39.99, item no. 15-5098); Through Faith Alone ($14.99, item no. 12-4055); Martin Luther: A Man Who Changed the World ($12.99, item no. 56-2274); Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions — A Readers Edition of the Book of Concord ($24.99,  item no. 53-1154); and Luther’s Works on CD-ROM ($199.99, item no. 15-1774).

  • music and audio, including Martin Luther: Hymns, Ballads, Chants, Truth, a four-CD set ($44.95, item no. 99-1726), and Luther for Armchair Theologians, audiotape ($21.99, item no. 36-1149).

  • movies, including “Martin Luther 50th Anniversary Classic DVD” ($15.99, item no. 36-1150).

  • artwork, including a bust of Martin Luther, finished in bronze ($24.99, item no. 36-0690); and a framed print of Luther ($295.00, item no. 9halloween1.jpg0-3043).

Also available are items designed to prepare congregations and parents for Halloween trick or treating, including:

  • It’s in the Bag, a pack of 50 treat bags that tell children about Jesus and invite them to Sunday school ($4.99, item no. 10-1297).

  • Smile, God Loves You, a pack of 50 religious tracts designed for distribution on Halloween ($4.99, item no. 10-1328).

  • joke books — Extremely Good Clean Jokes for Kids ($4.99, item no. 17-7146) and Squeaky Clean Jokes for Kids ($4.99, item no. 17-7147).

Certain items totaling $60 or more ordered by Oct. 19 will receive free shipping.  (Prices quoted above do not include shipping.)

For more information or to order, call CPH at (800) 325-3040 or visit www.cph.org or www.cph.org/reformation.

Posted Oct. 16, 2007

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