{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Hymn Sing with Sarah: Trusting the Lord

Sarah tells the stories of over a dozen different trust-based hymns, a list informed by listener polls conducted earlier in the Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge Facebook discussion group.  

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Kitchen Table Talk: On Prayer with Dr. John Kleinig

In this warm and pastoral Kitchen Table Talk conversation, Dr. John Kleinig answers vital questions on prayer from a biblical Lutheran perspective.   

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Rachel’s Trivia Challenge: Saint Valentine’s Day ♥

How much do you know about Valentine’s Day? Rachel’s quizzing the Ladies on the holiday that everyone seems to love (or hate, or not actually care about … as Rachel says, “There are only really three options.”). 

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Sarah’s Big Question: Does Pineapple Belong on Pizza?

On National Pizza Day, Sarah is asking the Big Question: Does pineapple belong on pizza?

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Book Club Wrap Up: George Herbert’s ‘The Temple’ with Dr. Erik Ankerberg

Dr. Erik Ankerberg discusses George Herbert’s The Temple. Who was George Herbert? To what extent was his Anglican faith influenced by Lutheran theology? What makes his poetry feel so fresh and relevant for Christians today?  

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Sarah Goes to School: Understanding Others, Personal Values, Difficult Conversations

Once again, Sarah’s sharing study notes from her graduate courses at Concordia University Irvine’s Townsend Institute for Counseling and Leadership.

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} One Question Interview: Caregiving with Amy Scholz

Amy Scholz joins the Ladies to share her story and talk frankly about caregiving.

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Our Favorites, Revisited: Epiphany Hymn Sing!

Happy Epiphany from the Lutheran Ladies! To celebrate the day, we’re rebroadcasting one of Sarah’s favorite Hymn Sing episodes.  

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} New Year’s Eve Wishes and Prognostications for 2024

As they have for the past three years, Sarah, Erin, and Rachel are offering blessings, wishes, and prognostications for the New Year.