The Lutheran Witness Podcast: On Witchcraft: a growing spiritual trend

“[Witchcraft] scratches the itch for spiritual growth with a vague, supernatural feeling that complements whatever other viewpoints a person might choose to hold in daily life.”

{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.

Daily Chapel — Rev. Kevin Robson on John 11:1-45

Rev. Kevin Robson gives today’s sermon based on John 11:1-45.

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.

Daily Chapel — Rev. Robert Wurst, Jr., on John 6:1-15

Rev. Robert Wurst, Jr., gives today’s sermon based on John 6:1-15.

The Coffee Hour — Dinner Auction to Support Lutheran Education in St. Louis

Andy and Sarah talk with Libby Gutberlet and Laura Montgomery with LESA.

The Coffee Hour — Take Heart Scholarship from LCEF

Andy and Sarah talk with Rehema Kavugha, Director of Synod Relations with Lutheran Church Extension Fund.

The Lutheran Witness Podcast: Government: the god of the Nones

“[The Nones] often invest godlike, messianic hope in the government and its capacity to make the world a better place.”

Daily Chapel — Rev. Michael Meyer on Exodus 16:2-21

Rev. Michael Meyer gives today’s sermon based on Exodus 16:2-21.

The Coffee Hour — The English Reformation, Episode 8: The Spanish Armada

Andy and Sarah talk with Dr. Cameron A. MacKenzie, Professor of Historical Theology at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana.