{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Kitchen Table Talks: The Large Catechism

LCMS International Center chaplain Pastor Sean Daenzer returns to offer guidance on yet another timely and important theological hot topic: Luther’s Large Catechism. 

LCMS Youth Ministry End Goals — Supporting International Missions

Rev. Mark Rabe and Erin Alter from the LCMS Office of International Mission join us to talk about how youth leaders can explore mission locally and across the globe.

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Friends for Life Crossover: Celebrating Life!

In this special crossover episode, the Lutheran Ladies join Steph Neugebauer and Deaconess Dr. Tiffany Manor at the Friends for Life podcast, which is celebrating its two-year anniversary this week.  

{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 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 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.