Sarah, Erin, Bri, and Rachel throw an audio Arch Book party, spotlighting Concordia Publishing House’s classic series of picture book Bible stories as they try their hands at writing their own rhyming Bible narratives.
It’s Hispanic Heritage Month, and to celebrate, Sarah’s leading a special Hymn Sing episode on Himnario Luterano, the new Lutheran hymnal for the Spanish-speaking world.
The Ladies announce their next pick for the Lutheran Ladies’ Book Club: Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead.
Rachel leads Sarah, Erin, and Bri in a warm and enthusiastic discussion of Edna Hong’s Bright Valley of Love, “the true story of a handicapped child who finds a haven of love in the nightmare of Nazi Germany.”
The Ladies tackle that venerable (though not universal) Protestant Sunday-school tradition: Rally Day.
Few Lutherans have never laid eyes on a Portals of Prayer devotional booklet, yet how much do you know about its 87-year history?
Zucchini. It’s affordable, easy to grow, deliciously versatile, and freakishly prolific. And this time of year, it’s absolutely everywhere.
In this time of inflation, what better way to process rising prices and supply chain failures than with Bri’s Radio Theatre.
Rachel takes Sarah, Erin, and Bri on the “Ultimate Lutheran Road Trip,” spotlighting major Lutheran cultural and historical sites around the US.
Jessie Bell talks with the ladies about growing up as a third culture missionary kid, supporting (and being supported by) her chaplain husband, raising kids to love the church year, and finding the courage and verve to start a creative online business venture.