This is a nice book that illustrates verbally and visually some of the symbols that a person will usually see in Church.
Katie Schuermann's House of Living Stones is a wonderful novel for anyone who loves realist literature. This book will make you laugh, cry, and feel with the characters you are reading about.
This hymnal is a great resource for families with children or even adults looking for a smaller liturgical resource.
While this book is a response a specific argument made by a specific writer in the LCMS, Hasselbrook addresses the broader implications and concerns of contraception, especially for Christians.
Review: Talking Back to Purity Culture A book of healing, honesty, and hope.