The Lutheran Witness Podcast: The Sewage Next Door

Even if our sin-soaked shortsightedness lands us in a crumbling mansion by the sewage plant, He will not leave us there.

News Break – Undercover journalist ask for charges be dismissed

Friday, August 14, 2020 – Headlines

Daily Chapel – Rev. Roy Askins on Luke 16:1-13

Rev. Roy Askins gives today’s sermon based on Luke 16:1-13.

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Bri’s How to Lutheran: Ode to Confirmation Banners

Bri offers a heartfelt tribute to that acme of Lutheran artistic expression: the felt Confirmation banner.

Law and Gospel — Open Mic Friday

Pastor Baker discusses theological distinctions between Law & Gospel on Open Mic Friday.

The Lutheran Witness Podcast: Blessed Are You When Others Revile You

This new wave of vandalism did not spare Christian monuments. Across the country, statues of Jesus, the Virgin Mary and various saints — not on public land but on church property — have been defaced by graffiti, torn down or decapitated.

The Coffee Hour – Poetry School

Andy and Sarah talk with Tanner Olson, poet of Written to Speak.

The Coffee Hour – Religion and Politics: August Lutheran Witness

Andy and Sarah talk with Rev. Roy Askins, Managing Editor of the Lutheran Witness.

Sharper Iron — Rebellion and Rescue: The Excuses We Make to Do What We Think Is Right

Rev. Dr. Adam Koontz, assistant professor of exegetical theology at Concordia Theological Seminary in Ft. Wayne, IN, joins host Rev. Timothy Appel to study Judges 21:1-25.

Oratio: Living as Christians

Rev. Kenneth Bomberger gives today’s prayerful thought based on the day’s Scripture readings.