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The Being Lutheran Podcast co-hosted by pastors Jason Gudim, Brett Boe, and Adam Osier. It is a walk through the Lutheran Book of Concord, episode by episode and article by article. This podcast started off as the adult Sunday School class at Faith Free Lutheran Church in Minneapolis, MN, taught by Jason. Brett brings an outsiders' perspective to the material and keeps Jason mostly on task, and Adam lends the perspective of an educator who has also been a parish pastor. The podcast is produc ...
 
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A Brief History of Power

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A Brief History of Power

Dr. Adam Koontz and Rev. Jonathan Fisk

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Every week Dr. Koontz and RevFisk check their privilege against the backdrop of the wide and varied annals of history. You don‘t have to believe the Babel about the sons of Noah being a rosetta for understanding the postmodern global politic to agree that an intellectual dark web exists because history always rhymes, no matter what you try to do about it. You might not save the world by listening, citizen, but that doesn‘t mean you won‘t save someone. Because knowing is only the first half o ...
 
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Study the Lutheran Confession of Faith found in the Book of Concord with lively discussions led by host Rev. Sean Smith and guest LCMS pastors. Join us as these Christ-confessing Concordians read through and discuss the Book of Concord and Confessional topics in order to gain a deeper understanding of our Lutheran faith and daily application in our vocations.
 
Sharper Iron, hosted by Rev. Timothy Appel, looks at the text of Holy Scripture both in its broad context and its narrow detail, all for the sake of proclaiming Christ crucified and risen for sinners. Two pastors engage with God’s Word to sharpen not only their own faith and knowledge, but the faith and knowledge of all who listen. Sharper Iron is underwritten by Lutheran Church Extension Fund, where your investments help support the work of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. Visit lcef.org.
 
I'm Rev. Eric Wolf, pastor of St. John Lutheran Church in Sudbury, MA (https://www.stjohnsudburyma.org), and the sermons preached there, and a few other thoughts as they might seem relevant, or maybe smart remarks related to ministry and life. I believe strongly that the task of preaching is to use the passages from Scripture as a mirror held up to our lives so that we can confront what we see with integrity. This mirror image helps us to understand what it means to be Children of God; gain ...
 
Thy Strong Word reveals the light of our salvation in Christ through study of God’s Word, breaking our darkness with His redeeming light. Each weekday, two pastors fix our eyes on Jesus by considering Holy Scripture, verse by verse, in order to be strengthened in the Word and be equipped to faithfully serve in our daily vocations. Thy Strong Word is hosted by Rev. Brady Finnern, pastor of Messiah Lutheran Church in Sartell, MN, and graciously underwritten by the Lutheran Heritage Foundation.
 
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http://lcrwtvl.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/2022-05-15-Sermon.mp3Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen. 1. In our Gospel Reading for today, our Lord is once against speaking with his disciples on Holy Thursday. He is preparing them for his impending departure from this world via his death on the cross. But he …
 
Fifth Sunday of Easter, May 15, 2022 Selfless Love Marches Victorious Over Self-Glorification First Reading: Acts 11:1-18. God teaches St. Peter that God does not show favoritism but rather selfless love to both Jew and Gentile. Second Reading: 1Corinthians 13:1-13. It is not the spiritual gifts Christians possess, it is the love at work as they pu…
 
This week the gang's all here for another variety show. Lloyd adds some thoughts to last week's reaction to the upcoming Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade, Mia reflects back on our Easter episode, Sgt. Bill shares his thoughts on "ghost guns," and Pastor Bennett discusses priorities. Segments [00:00] - Blooper [00:41] - Opening and welcome [01:…
 
This worship service will begin and end with a hymn sung by the Congregation (He Will Glorify) and (I Want Toi Walk as a Child of God), respectively. The message, "LOVE LIKE JESUS", for the Fourth Sunday of EASTER follows the scriptures recorded in Acts 11:1-18; Psalm 148; Revelation 21:1:7; and the Gospel according to St. John, chapter 13, verses …
 
On this episode I had the pleasure of interviewing Fr. Wirtz of Christian Combatives. We had a great time chatting and have even started talking about putting out some more content together on both his channels and mine! I hope you enjoy this discussion! It was a lot of fun to record. If you haven't yet, check out Christian Combatives on YouTube - …
 
Title: The Third Sunday Sunday of Easter, 2022 – We Can’t Save Ourselves (Entire Service, Audio Only) Speaker: Rev. James Redmann We invite you to worship with us. See our contact page for directions. Listen To The Service Scripture Lessons Old Testament: Acts 9:1-22 Epistle: Revelation 5:1-14 Gospel: John 21:1-14 Order of Service LSB Bulletin Dona…
 
https://slcas.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/May-08-2022-I-Know-Them-Pastor-Wayne-Huebner.mp3 Sermon, based on John 10:22-30, given by Pastor Wayne Huebner on the Fourth Sunday of Easter, Sunday, May 8, 2022 The post Sermon: “I Know Them” – Sunday, May 8, 2022 appeared first on Salem Lutheran Church and School.…
 
Change is always hard, and times of transition can be quite challenging. At Para Vista we are beginning to come to terms with the fact that Pastor Rolly will no longer be with us. That’s a big change for us! How will we transition successfully through this? In Joshua chapter 1, we encounter the people of Israel in transition. Moses was dead and Jos…
 
As Lutherans we love our hymnody, but what makes hymns particularly Lutheran? How do hymns point us even more to Scripture, and how can we use them devotionally? And, on the creative side, how does a Lutheran hymnwriter create a hymn that is both beautiful poetry and also doctrinally rich? Rev. Stephen Starke, Lutheran Hymn Writer of over 200 hymns…
 
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