In this episode, airing almost a year to the day of Amanda Husberg’s death (February 15), Sarah tells her story.
The Lutheran Ladies each try their hand at making a tasty contribution for that most Lutheran of culinary events: the after-church coffee hour.
Rachel leads Sarah, Erin, and Bri in a recap discussion of the latest Lutheran Ladies’ Book Club selection: Jane Austen’s Persuasion.
Sarah and the Ladies welcome Steph Neugebauer, host of the “Friends for Life” podcast from KFUO, as they share their personal experiences marching for life.
In this Adventure in [quasi]Lutheranism, Bri looks back on what was for her the most iconic of 90s Christian publications: Focus on the Family’s Brio magazine.
Katie Schuermann shares a wealth of insights on how to stay refreshed creatively, why discipline is an important aspect of creative work, and how her Lutheran faith gives a deeper meaning to each of her artistic ventures.
Listen in as the Ladies look back on their New Year’s blessings and prognostications from 2020 and offer a new round of predictions and good wishes for 2022.
Once again indulging in a little holiday nostalgia, Sarah, Erin, Bri, and Rachel here revisit their 2019 “poetry slam” holiday special as each (re)shares an original Christmas poem.