Sarah considers the hymns found in the “Nation and National Songs” section of the Lutheran Service Book, along with some popular American favorites.
Bri loves and celebrates (to bits and pieces, in some cases) the Lutheran cultural phenomenon that is the Thrivent “Live Generously” T-shirt.
Join Steph and guests, Pastor Hans and Katie Fiene, as they talk about loving children through foster care – including the joys and the challenges they’ve experienced in their own family journey.
The Ladies announce their next pick for the Lutheran Ladies’ Book Club: Edna Hong’s Bright Valley of Love.
Rachel leads Sarah, Erin, and Bri in a lively and wide-ranging discussion of John Kleinig’s Wonderfully Made: A Protestant Theology of the Body.
In this debut Kitchen Table Talks episode,Rev. Sean Daenzer offers wise and friendly counsel on the theological hot topic of original sin.
Rev. Dr. John Pless, author of A Small Catechism on Human Life, joins Steph to discusses how Luther’s Small Catechism provides a helpful framework for Christian thought and action in regards to life issues.
It’s a new Iron Ladle Challenge, and this time, the Ladies are tackling cookout side dishes!
Sarah tells the story of American military chaplaincy in general and LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces in particular.
Join Steph and guest Darcy Paape as they unpack what it means to have a Christian mentor, and how a Christian mentoring relationship is reflective of Christ’s call to discipleship.