The Coffee Hour — Martin Chemnitz at 500: The Second Martin’s Life, Work, and Legacy

Andy and Sarah talk with Molly Lackey, Social Media and Special Projects Assistant with Concordia Historical Institute.

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Story Time with Sarah: Catherine Parr and the English Reformation

Sarah briefs listeners on the life and times of Queen Catherine Parr, whose probing theological insights are often overshadowed by the Tudor court drama that usually dominates popular historical accounts of her world.

Law and Gospel — Rumination Thursday: Reformation Theology Today

Pastor Baker discusses theological distinctions between Law & Gospel with guest Wes Reimnitz.

Law and Gospel — Sunday’s Hymn of the Day: LSB 555

Pastor Baker discusses theological distinctions between Law & Gospel regarding Sunday’s Hymn of the Day, LSB 555, with guest Rev. Mark Smith.

Law and Gospel — Sunday’s Lectionary: Romans 3:19-28

Pastor Baker discusses theological distinctions between Law & Gospel regarding the Epistle reading for Sunday’s Lectionary.

The Coffee Hour — Frederick the Wise: Elector of Saxony and Protector of Luther

Andy and Sarah talk with Dr. Cameron A. MacKenzie, Professor of Historical Theology at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

The Coffee Hour — Johannes Bugenhagen, Pastor and Scholar

Andy and Sarah talk with Dr. Cameron A. MacKenzie, Professor of Historical Theology at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

The Coffee Hour — Albrecht Dürer and Lucas Cranach: Artists of the Reformation

Sarah talks with Rev. Dr. Daniel Harmelink, Executive Director of Concordia Historical Institute.

The Coffee Hour — Philipp Melanchthon, Reformer

Andy and Sarah talk with Dr. Cameron A. MacKenzie, Professor of Historical Theology at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

{The Lutheran Ladies’ Lounge} Story Time with Sarah: Elisabeth Cruciger, the First Female Hymnwriter of the Reformation

Elisabeth Cruciger (c. 1500–1535) was the first female poet and hymnwriter of the Lutheran Reformation—and in this Reformation-themed episode, Sarah tells her story.