The Pocket Diary on Google Calendar: Public Beta
More details forthcoming on this, but I thought you might enjoy a sneak preview of The Pocket Diary on Google Calendar. For many, many years LCMS pastors and other church workers receive in November a copy of this resource, for free, from Concordia Publishing House. It provides a handy pocket-sized appointment book and calendar with the lectionary readings for each Sunday available, etc. But increasingly pastors who do not use paper calendars have been asking for the resource in some kind of digital format, well, with the advent of iCal and Google Calendar, it is now relatively easy to make it available digitally. Ryan Markel, of Lutheran Service Builder support and development team fame, at CPH, is working on the digital edition and has posted it up on Google Calendar, so, if you use Google Calendar, you can activate the calendar and start using it. You will have to search for it in the "public calendars." Look for: CPH Pocket Diary.
NOTE: It starts at the end of November, so advance forward to Nov. 30.
This is sort of a "public beta," so if you have any feedback, let us know what you think. Add a comment here.