It’s Bri’s Greatest Hits — #3. The Walther League
Sarah delves into the now-relatively-obscure life of one of 17th century Lutheranism’s most noteworthy women: Emilie Juliane, Countess of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt.
Sarah introduces Erin, Bri, and Rachel to the Triduum, the historic series of days and services leading up to Easter.
Sarah explores the history and heritage of the large group of Wendish Lutherans who settled in and around Serbin, Texas
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.
Few Lutherans have never laid eyes on a Portals of Prayer devotional booklet, yet how much do you know about its 87-year history?
In this episode, airing almost a year to the day of Amanda Husberg’s death (February 15), Sarah tells her story.
In this edition of Story Time with Sarah, explore the rise and fall of the Walther League, spotlighting the many people and organizations.
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.