{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} How to Lutheran with Bri: The Church Picnic

Bri attempts a definitive answer in her latest installment of “How to Lutheran,” as she offers listeners a ranked list of the best — and worst — ways to pass the time at a summertime church picnic.

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Story Time with Sarah: Catherine Winkworth

Sarah introduces Erin, Bri, and Rachel to the life and times of Lutheranism’s most ubiquitous female translator, Catherine Winkworth.

The Lutheran Witness Podcast: Of Parking Lots and Catacombs

Parking lot church during a pandemic … is not for the faint of heart.

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Sharathon 2020: Vignettes of the Ladies’ Lounge

In this special hour-long Sharathon episode, the Ladies offer listeners a representative sampling (in miniature!) of four different kinds of Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge podcast episodes.

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} In Celebration of Fathers

Sarah, Erin, Bri, and Rachel take the unusual step of inviting two veteran fathers and friends of the show into the Lounge for a special Father’s Day interview.

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Rachel’s Trivia Challenge: Vacation Bible School

Rachel quizzes Sarah, Erin, and Bri on the past, present, and uncertain future of this beloved children’s ministry tradition.

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Story Time with Sarah: Argula von Grumbach Writes a Letter

Sarah introduces Rachel, Erin, and Bri, to one of the coolest ladies of the Lutheran Reformation you’ve probably never heard of. 

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Bri Gets Real: Physical Stewardship of the Body

Bri leads Sarah, Erin, and Rachel in a conversation full of big questions about what it means to be “body positive” in the Kingdom of God.

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} ICYMI: Book Club Announcement for ‘All the Pretty Things’

It’s time once again to finalize the next pick for the Lutheran Ladies’ Book Club!

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} ‘Jacob Have I Loved’ Book Club Wrap Up and Next Book Reveal

Sarah, Erin, Bri, and Rachel draw upon insights from their fellow online book club members as they talk their way through some of the big questions and ideas raised by this “deceptively simple” book.