Sarah Gulseth
Sarah Gulseth

Digital Media Specialist

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A proud Michigan native and fan of anything with the Mitten State on it, Digital Media Specialist Sarah Gulseth is also a lover of historical war movies and anything with the label PBS Masterpiece. An avid bicyclist and women’s biking advocate, she rides her bike to work year-round and has the massive bike clothing and accessory collection to prove it. If it’s the weekend, she and her husband Luther are probably out riding bikes, or finding the next awesome coffee shop to frequent, or rehearsing for the next choir concert. You may also find her down a new rabbit hole on Google, researching the latest random fact she found on social media, while eating an unhealthy amount of apples (Macintosh from Michigan, of course) and raw almond butter.

The Coffee Hour — Texas Lutheran Writers Roundup

Presenters from this year’s Texas Lutheran Writers Roundup talk about their presentations and what people will learn at this year’s event.

The Coffee Hour — History of the LCMS #4: Settling in Perry County, MO

Out of any place the Saxons could have settled in America, why did they choose Missouri?

The Coffee Hour — Family Shield Ministries Serving Families Today

Kay Meyer of Family Shield Ministries talks about how the organization began and the work of Family Shield Ministries today.

The Coffee Hour — Mental Health Monday: Emotion, Behavior, and Social Media

How are thoughts, emotions, and behaviors related to mental health, and how are these affected by social media? Dr. Stephen Saunders talks about it!

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Book Club Wrap Up: George Herbert’s ‘The Temple’ with Dr. Erik Ankerberg

Dr. Erik Ankerberg discusses George Herbert’s The Temple. Who was George Herbert? To what extent was his Anglican faith influenced by Lutheran theology? What makes his poetry feel so fresh and relevant for Christians today?  

The Coffee Hour — Set Apart To Serve: Love of Languages in Pastoral Vocation

How does a love of languages serve future church workers? Rev. Joshua Hayes talks about it.

The Coffee Hour — 2024 March(es) for Life

Deaconess Dr. Tiffany Manor talks about the 2024 National Life March and upcoming state Marches.

The Coffee Hour — History of the LCMS #3: Martin Stephan Goes to Illinois

What’s the rest of the story about Martin Stephan? How did his actions affect the Saxons in Perry County?

The Coffee Hour — Serving the Neighborhood through Lutheran Education (Rebroadcast)

Robert Lunak talks about the creative model of Lutheran Neighborhood Schools in South Wisconsin.

The Coffee Hour — Mental Health Monday: Risk Factors and Increasing Prevalence of Mental Illness

What are some risk factors for mental illness, and how are mental illnesses different in adolescents and young adults? Dr. Stephen Saunders joins us to talk about it.