Sarah tells the stories of over a dozen different trust-based hymns, a list informed by listener polls conducted earlier in the Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge Facebook discussion group.
How does a church family and culture help to form and shape future church workers? Rev. Dr. Scott Murray shares his story.
What progress has been made in Black Ministry in the last 50 years, and what challenges still remain?
We’ve come to the creation of The German Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Missouri, Ohio, and Other States in the first convention in Chicago in 1847.
How does Classical Education serve the community and congregation? Rev. Stephen Kieser shares the story of Faith Lutheran Church & School in Plano, Texas.
In this warm and pastoral Kitchen Table Talk conversation, Dr. John Kleinig answers vital questions on prayer from a biblical Lutheran perspective.
Why is it fitting for Lutherans to adopt today, and what may be unique about Lutheran or Christian adoption? Rev. Michael Salemink talks about the Lutheran Adoption Conference.
What did Black Ministry look like in the 1960s and 1970s, and how did the civil unrest during that time shape Black Ministry?