A Moment of Faith

Rev. Doug Nicely, pastor  of Jerusalem Lutheran Church in Collinsville, Illinois, joins host Gary Duncan to reflect on the catechism and scripture. 

Show Time: Thursday at 12:00-1:00 p.m. Central Time
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A Moment of Faith: God of Grace and God of Glory

Gary Duncan and Pastor Doug Nicely talk about the backstory of the hymn “God of Grace and God of Glory.”

A Moment of Faith: Eternal Father Strong to Save

Join Gary and Pastor Nicely for a Moment of Faith. With Holy Trinity Sunday and Memorial Day weekend ahead, our discussion is focused on the hymn “Eternal Father Strong to Save.” 

A Moment of Faith: Pentecost

The discussion on Moment of Faith with Gary Duncan and Pastor Nicely this week is Pentecost.

A Moment of Faith: Crown Him with Many Crowns

The discussion on Moment of Faith with Gary and Pastor Nicely this week is Ascension Day and the hymn “Crown Him with Many Crowns.”

A Moment of Faith: And Can It Be

This week, Pastor Nicely and Gary discuss the Easter hymn, “And Can It Be”.

A Moment of Faith: The Twenty-Third Psalm

This week Pastor Nicely and Gary discuss the Twenty-Third Psalm and songs and hymns derived from this beloved psalm. 

A Moment of Faith: Earth and All Stars

Pastor Doug Nicely and Gary discuss the hymn “Earth and All Stars.” 

A Moment of Faith: Easter Hymns of Martin Luther

Pastor Doug Nicely and Gary focus their conversation on hymns written by Martin Luther including the Easter hymn “Christ Jesus Lay in Death’s Strong Bands.”

A Moment of Faith: Easter Hymns of Robert Lowry

Pastor Doug Nicely and Gary begin a series of Easter hymn stories. This week they talk about the American preacher, Robert Lowry, who became a popular writer of gospel music in the mid- to late-19th century. His best-known hymns include “Shall We Gather at the River”, “Christ Arose!”, “How Can I Keep from Singing?” and “Nothing but the Blood of Jesus”

A Moment of Faith: Nobody Knows

Pastor Doug Nicely and Gary continue their discussion about spirituals during this Lenten season This week, a look at the spiritual “Nobody Knows the Trouble that I See.”