Pastor Tyler Arnold joins Steph to talk about the vital role that visitation plays in the life of the Christian community.
Friends For Life — LCMS Life Ministry: 47. A Father’s Perspective on Miscarriage | Rev. Caleb Weight
Pastor Caleb Weight joins Steph to bring comfort, hope, and honesty to the conversation of miscarriage and mourning from a father’s perspective.
Friends For Life — LCMS Life Ministry: 46. Praying for Dear Life | Renee Gibbs
Renee Gibbs joins the show to talk about the where, when, and how of praying for life issues as part of a Christian’s daily practice of prayer.
Friends For Life — LCMS Life Ministry: 45. Light & Life | Rev. Andrew Jones
Pastor Andrew Jones joins Steph to talk about one of the most important celebrations of light and life within the Christian tradition.
Cross Defense — Public Displays of Christianity
Why don’t we see more Christian behavior in the public?
Friends For Life — LCMS Life Ministry: 44. Life Ministry on the College Campus | Nicole Chappell
Concordia University Chicago student Nicole Chappell talks about the endless opportunities for college students to get involved with pro-life work both on and off campus.
Friends For Life — LCMS Life Ministry: 43. The Incarnation: Christ’s Life, Our Life | Rev. Sean Daenzer
Rev. Sean Daenzer dives deep into the theology of the incarnation and what this means for Christians and life issues.
Friends For Life — LCMS Life Ministry: 42. Toward a Pro-Life City | Rev. Dr. Leonard Payton
Rev. Dr. Leonard Payton joins Steph to talk about the challenges of being pro-life in the city, and how urban areas desperately need Christians to stand up for life.
Friends For Life — LCMS Life Ministry: 41. What’s a Wife to Do? | Deaconess Rosie Adle & Rebekah Curtis
Co-authors of the book Ladylike, Rebekah Curtis and Rosie Adle, talk about what it’s like to be a lady, living biblically, in the vocation of wife.
Friends For Life — LCMS Life Ministry: 40. When the Caregiver Needs Care | Dr. Kim Marxhausen
Dr. Kim Marxhausen talks about the special kinds of burden and stress that caregiving places on the caregiver and how the Church is best poised to meet the physical and spiritual needs of caretakers.