Rachel begins a multi-part odyssey into the unknown world of some of the church’s most unsung heroes: the altar guild.
It’s National Lutheran Schools Week—and to mark the occasion, Bri’s hosting an Adventures in Lutheranism episode about this beloved annual celebration of Lutheran education.
Just in time for Stewardship Sunday, the Ladies tackle the thorny subject of personal finance in Lutheran perspective … well, sort of.
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.
The Ladies tackle that venerable (though not universal) Protestant Sunday-school tradition: Rally Day.
The Ladies get the inside scoop about the LCMS Youth Gathering from one young Lutheran lady in particular, Elanor Bomberger.
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.
What on earth is a Boar’s Head Festival? And why are the Ladies so excited to talk about it?
Rachel (a regular nomad and veteran church shopper) leads the conversation, exploring whether “church shopping” is ultimately a good or bad thing and reflecting on what Lutherans should and do look for in a new church home.