In this edition of Bri’s Big Question (BBQ), Bri’s asking: Should we observe Black Friday?
With Thanksgiving Day on the near horizon, Sarah covers six beloved hymns of praise and thanksgiving in an all-new Hymn Sing episode.
Just in time for averting awkward conversations around the Thanksgiving table comes an all-new edition of Rachel’s Trivia Challenge, in which Rachel quizzes the Ladies on a veritable trove of Thanksgiving trivia tidbits.
It’s an Iron Ladle Challenge—and this time, the Ladies are solving a culinary problem that may or may not actually exist: What can you do with leftover Halloween candy?
Sarah briefs listeners on the life and times of Queen Catherine Parr, whose probing theological insights are often overshadowed by the Tudor court drama that usually dominates popular historical accounts of her world.
The Ladies welcome Donna Harrison, MD, to the Lounge for a heartfelt, hard-hitting conversation about abortion and women’s health.
Just in time for Stewardship Sunday, the Ladies tackle the thorny subject of personal finance in Lutheran perspective … well, sort of.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and to help navigate the rocky waters of this challenging topic, Erin has invited Sandra (Ostapowich) Madden into the Lounge for a One-Question Interview.
It’s an Adventure in Lutheranism for the whole family, as Rachel takes the Ladies on an epic vicarious vacation to Camp Arcadia on the coast of Lake Michigan.
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.