The Coffee Hour — Set Apart To Serve: Preschool and Middle School Lutheran Teachers

Andy and Sarah talk with Myrna Baneck and Brett Mueller, teachers at Our Savior Lutheran Church & School in Fenton, MO.

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Story Time with Sarah: The Triduum

Sarah introduces Erin, Bri, and Rachel to the Triduum, the historic series of days and services leading up to Easter. 

LCMS Youth Ministry End Goals — Exploring the 40 End Goals – God’s Story, My Story

Julianna and Mark talk to Pastor Ted Doering about his study that dives into God’s story and our story.

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Bri’s Radio Theatre: “Brothers In Christ” Holy Week Sitcom

The Lutheran Ladies present another brand-new edition of Bri’s LIVE Radio Theatre, following Peter and John through the events of Holy Week.

Friends For Life — LCMS Life Ministry: 49. The Divine Service Speaks Life | Rev. Dr. Matthew Durance

Tiffany and guest Rev. Dr. Matthew Durance discuss the rich theology of life within the Divine Service.

The Coffee Hour — Set Apart To Serve: Lutheran Teacher Education at Concordia Nebraska

Andy and Sarah talk with Dr. Shanna Opfer and Macy Gebhardt from Concordia University Nebraska.

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Iron Ladle Challenge: Carrot Cake!

Mary Kruta challenged Sarah, Erin, Bri, and Rachel to try their hands at what she considers the ultimate Easter dessert: carrot cake.This week, the Ladies comply in an all-new Iron Ladle Challenge.

The Coffee Hour — Set Apart To Serve: Pastoral Formation as a 4th-Year Seminarian

Andy and Sarah talk with Drew Oswald, 4th-year Master of Divinity student at Concordia Seminary in St Louis.

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Conversations with Creatives: Mary Kruta of Kruta Bakery

In this drool-worthy “Conversations with Creatives” episode, Mary shares stories and wisdom from her decades of experience helping to run a family-owned, from-scratch, small-town bakery.

The Coffee Hour — Set Apart To Serve: Formation at Concordia Seminary St. Louis

Sarah talks with Dr. Tom Egger, president Concordia Seminary in St. Louis and professor of Exegetical Theology.