The Coffee Hour — Overcoming Life Sorrows Pt 4: When God Tests Us

How might the Lord use tests in our lives? Rev. Dr. Reed Lessing joins us!

The Coffee Hour — Overcoming Life Sorrows Pt 3: Me, Idolatrous?

Is it possible to make idols out of good things in life? Rev. Dr. Reed Lessing joins us!

The Coffee Hour — Overcoming Life Sorrows Pt 2: Jeremiah Teaches Us About God’s Word

What does Jeremiah teach us about God’s Word? Rev. Dr. Reed Lessing joins us!

The Coffee Hour — Overcoming Life Sorrows Pt 1: Who Is Jeremiah?

Who is Jeremiah, and what are we going to learn from him in this series? Rev. Dr. Reed Lessing joins us!

Sharper Iron — Introduction to Isaiah: The Fifth Evangelist

Rev. Dr. Reed Lessing joins host Rev. Timothy Appel to introduce the prophet Isaiah and his ministry, particularly Isaiah 40-66.

The Coffee Hour — Understanding Israel, Palestine, and Premillennial Dispensationalism

Rev. Dr. Reed Lessing talks about questions surrounding Israel’s role in God’s plan of salvation as the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict continues and intensifies.

Sharper Iron — Come Lord Jesus! A Heavenly Perspective on Earthly Circumstances

Rev. Dr. Reed Lessing, Professor of Theology and Ministry, Director of the Pre-Seminary Program, and Director of the Center for Biblicla Studies at Concordia Univeristy in St. Paul, MN, joins host Rev. Timothy Appel to study Revelation 1:1-3.

Sharper Iron — The Psalter: The Wounded Victor is King and Priest

Rev. Dr. Reed Lessing, Professor of Theology and Ministry at Concordia University in St. Paul, MN, joins host Rev. Timothy Appel to study Psalm 110.

Sharper Iron — Majoring in Minors: In Wrath Remember Mercy

Rev. Dr. Reed Lessing, professor of theology and ministry at Concordia University in St. Paul, MN, joins host Rev. Timothy Appel to study Habakkuk 3:1-15.

Thy Strong Word – Nehemiah 13: Remember me, O my God, Remember me.

Rev. Dr. Reed Lessing, professor of Theology & Director of the Center for Biblical Studies at Concordia University, St. Paul, MN joins Rev. Brady Finnern to conclude our study of Nehemiah 13.