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
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: 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.”
A Moment of Faith: Steal Away
Pastor Doug Nicely and Gary continue to talk about spirituals during this Lenten season. This week, they look at the spiritual “Steal Away.”
A Moment of Faith: Wade in the Water
Pastor Doug Nicely and Gary chat about the spiritual “Wade in the Water.”
A Moment of Faith: Lent, Spirituals, and Loss
Pastor Doug Nicely and Gary chat about the Spiritual, “I feel like a motherless child.” Hear how Job also had similar feelings.
A Moment of Faith: Lent, Spirituals, and Deliverance
Pastor Doug Nicely chats about the connection between Christian spirituals and Lent.
A Moment of Faith: The Sacrament of Holy Communion
Pastor Doug Nicely talks with Gary about the Sacrament of Holy Communion.
A Moment of Faith: The Office of the Keys
Our topic this week is the office of the keys and confession. Pastor Doug Nicely shares what it means to have the power of the keys. Who gives the authority of keys?
A Moment of Faith: Holy Baptism
Our topic this week is Holy Baptism. Pastor Doug Shares that in Romans we read that we are baptized into the death of Christ. Therefore, just as Christ is resurrected, we too will walk in the newness of life.