The story of Katharina and Martin Luther engages the reader because most of the plot is true. There’s much to learn as well as enjoy about this book. The life of nuns tortured and dying during this time reveled a darkness I didn’t know much about. I rated the book PG 16 with a strong warning of references to rape, brutal torture and a dark time for the Catholic Church. I still recommend it as must read. It’s passion for husband and wife is well written without being understated or enhanced. Seeing Katharina’s world and recalling the dear cost to those who brought the reformation of Christianity is priceless.
We are sharing our passion for teaching kids about the Constitution. Today with our own Granbury DAR. Tomorrow Stephenville DAR. Sharing our freedom in a non-political setting. Are you sharing freedom with your children? A friend told me yesterday that her granddaughter was so excited when she went to school this year and realized she knew [read more…]
June 15-June 19 9:30 to 12:00amElizabeth Crockett Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Partnership with the Hood County Boys and Girls Club. It’s FREE! 1. Learn about the Founding Fathers 2. Learn about the USA Constitution 3. Have Fun with New Friends 4. FreeJune 15-19 from 9:30 to 12:00 am Call 214-675-5752 [read more…]
Code Talkers in Glen Rose this weekend sponsored by US Veterans Museum. Affordable tickets available: Click here.