Law and Gospel — Sunday’s Lectionary

Pastor Baker discusses theological distinctions between Law & Gospel regarding Sunday’s Lectionary.

His Time – Concordia University Chicago Kapelle Choir, Keith & Kristyn Getty in Concert, “Come to Me, and I Will Give You Rest”

(1) Dr. Charles P. Brown talks about the Concordia University Chicago Kapelle choir and their upcoming concert in St. Louis, (2) Bobby Schroeder talks about the upcoming Keith and Kristyn Getty concert being held at St. John’s in Arnold, MO, and (2) Rev. Carl Noble looks at Matthew 11:20-30 and gives today’s sermonette.

His Time – Christian Bioethics, 10th Anniversary of the LSB, and “Messengers from John the Baptist”

(1) Dr. Bob Weise talks about Christian Bioethics, (2) Peter Reske talks about the 10th Anniversary of the Lutheran Service Book, and (3) Rev. Peter Kurowski looks at Matthew 11:1-19 and gives today’s sermonette.

Thy Strong Word – Matthew 11 “Messengers From John the Baptist”

Matthew 11 “Messengers From John the Baptist” with gust Rev. Larry Troxel of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Bowen, IL.

His Time – Air Force Ministry, Creation Club, Messengers from John the Baptist

(1) Chaplain (Maj) Jim Buckman and Deac. Carolyn Brinkley talks about the ministry to the Air Force, (2) Rev. Warren Woerth talks on Creation Club, (3) Rev. Pete Scheele looks at Matthew 11:1-19 and gives today’s sermonette.

His Time – Lutheran Senior Services, Saxon Memorial Fall Festival

Topics of Discussion: (1) Jane Wilke Talks about Lutheran Senior Services, (2) Lynda Lorenz talks about the Saxon Lutheran Memorial Fall Festival, and (3) Rev. Ingo Dutzmann looks at Matthew 11:1-19 and gives today’s sermonette.

His Time Morning Show

Topics of Discussion: (1) Krista Miller talks about the 2013 National LCMS Youth Gathering, (2) Jane Wilke talks about Lutheran Senior Services, (3) Paul Grime talks about “What would Bach do today?”, (4) Rev. John Reynolds of Good Shepherd in Randolph, NJ studies Matthew 11:20-30 “Woe to Unrepentant Cities; Come to Me and I will give you rest”, and gives today’s Matins Sermonette.