Best Elca podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Podcasts of the North Carolina Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
 
Sermons from Lutheran Pastor Josh Ehrler, serving an ELCA congregation in Northern IL.
 
These are sermons preached at Wicker Park Lutheran Church in Chicago, IL. WPLC is a diverse, ELCA Christian community in Chicago focused on expansive theology. Sunday service at 10 a.m. www.wickerparklutheran.org
 
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Bethlehem Backchat
Monthly
 
In this podcast, discussion focuses on the background and backstory of our Lutheran worship, traditions, celebrations, and community and addresses questions about faith within the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) tradition.
 
Welcome to Lord of Life, the largest ELCA church in the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. Synod. We have campuses in both Fairfax and Clifton, Virginia. THE TOMB IS EMPTY | JESUS IS LORD | ALL MEANS ALL!
 
Three pastors working to move the perception of church beyond its cliched casserole culture. They don't shy away from questions you felt couldn't be asked. With a bit of laughter and a heart for community, these friends tackle the task of discipleship and mystery of faith to challenge the faithful from being too comfortable.
 
Three pastors working to move the perception of church beyond its cliched casserole culture. They don't shy away from questions you felt couldn't be asked. With a bit of laughter and a heart for community, these friends tackle the task of discipleship and mystery of faith to challenge the faithful from being too comfortable.
 
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LIt Liturgy
Monthly
 
Once a month Lydia and Becca focus on a lectionary or liturgical aspect of worship and discuss creative things you can do in worship or in the life of the congregation in "What's Brewing?". Each episode also include Scripture Shots with a quick creative thing you can do each week based on the Revised Common Lectionary and a Chaser which is a shout out to another resource you can turn to for creative worship. All this is done with some favorite or punny beer, cider, wine or alcohol suggestions.
 
Weekly messages from our pastors and others guests at First Lutheran Church in Onalaska, WI.
 
Weekly reflections from Mike Rinehart, bishop of the Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Podcast includes relevant ideas about preaching on the revised common lectionary.
 
Dropping some theological beats.
 
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We meet a new king this morning in the story of Daniel! Is it an improvement? Not so much. Yet another important life lesson is learned... learning from others.By bbergren@me.com (Ben Bergren).
 
February 16 - 17, 2019 Sermon by Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
 
Lent can seem so long and boring as we want to also be pious and penitent. Here are some ideas to spice it up while still keeping the meaning of Lent. Check out Ourbibleapp.com for a great bible and devotional and podcast app.
 
How do you measure up? How will you know that God loves you? These are questions that we have asked ourselves and asked of each other (though maybe not out loud). In our gospel today, Jesus brings success after success and we would love to hold onto it forever. We want to feel successful and we give thanks to God when our lives are successful, ...…
 
February 10, 2019 - Matthew 7, Pastor Joanna Mitchell by Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church - Edina, MN
 
We continue on in the book of Daniel and the king has a nother dream that comes to pass. Some of the most important lessons of leadership are contained in this chapter.By bbergren@me.com (Ben Bergren).
 
Pastor Dee preaches on the texts for the Fifth Sunday After the EpiphanyBy blchurch@bethlehemlutheran.org (Bethlehem Lutheran Church).
 
Pastor Alice examines the concept of failure in this week's sermon. We fail at life, we fail at healing, we fail at being friends and family members - but that's okay. Without the failures, we wouldn't see forgiveness. Without the failures, we wouldn't learn, grow, and find success.
 
Have you ever wondered why God called you, or how you could possibly be worthy of a calling? Yeah...me too...and Isaiah too...and Paul too...and Peter too. God equips us to do what we're called to do in surprising ways!
 
So...What is a Beatitude? During this podcast, Pastor Dan Smail and Wendy Farone walk through this critical piece of the Sermon on the Mount. A beatitude is a promise that's held forth to us, a word of hope for people who need to hear hope. They can also transform us by reorienting our priorities. They cause us to think about how we see the wor ...…
 
Like the weather in Texas, this episode is all over the place. From Game of Thrones to WWE. Church annual meetings to liturgical worship...this one has it all (with some Polar Vortex for good measure). There are a lot of things that can connect to our faith and connect us to God. What are some of those things for you?Rate! Review! Share! Subscr ...…
 
February 3, 2019 - Matthew 6, Brian Henning MDiv. by Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church - Edina, MN
 
Continuing on in Daniel, we hear how the king of Babylon builds a golden statue that everyone is commanded to worship... or else. There is much to learn from Daniel's friends and even Nebuchadnezzar. Listen in!By bbergren@me.com (Ben Bergren).
 
Nothing like an offensive sermon to rally the hometown crowd against Jesus. He returns to his roots and offers a message about God's promises being fulfilled, except his family synagogue begins thinking they'll get a double portion of Grace because he's a son of the community. Jesus reminds his people, through old hero stories they know well, t ...…
 
The all-time most read Bible passage at weddings showed up on the liturgical calendar this week and Pastor Heidi reflects on what St Paul is trying to tell us about love.
 
Pastor Chad preaches on the texts for the Fourth Sunday After EpiphanyBy blchurch@bethlehemlutheran.org (Bethlehem Lutheran Church).
 
We kept the microphone's rolling after our Rip & Dip or Shots & Dots episode about the Meal portion of the ordo and shared some of our favorite communion stories. You will also hear from Josh, Lydia's boyfriend who was in the room, he is a double PK. Enjoy some extra random stories.
 
Janary 27, 2019 - Matthew 5, Pastor Scott Searl by Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church - Edina, MN
 
This week Jesus shows up and we give him the scriptures to read for us. He chooses a promise from Isaiah that leaves more questions than answers. He claims that the promise is fulfilled, yet we know that there are still poor, captive, blind, oppressed and neighbors paralyzed by debt. We know we are bound up in all these unfinished promises. Jes ...…
 
We move on to the 2nd chapter of Daniel and he quickly discover his next challenge. He is asked to do the impossible. His life depends upon how he responds. There is much to learn from this terrifying story!By bbergren@me.com (Ben Bergren).
 
Where it is easy to seek vengeance when we are angered, to cast judgement on those that do not agree or act like us - Pastor Alex reflects on how Jesus cuts the message of vengeance out of his teachings in this week's Bible reading. That Jesus doesn't judge the poor or outcasts - but actually invites them into the Kingdom of God...which is kind ...…
 
Pastor Dee preaches on the Third Sunday after Epiphany.By blchurch@bethlehemlutheran.org (Bethlehem Lutheran Church).
 
Do you have any friends? Do you have a best friend? Do they have a big coat too? Making friends can be hard sometimes. That's why you have your podcast buddies to be with you whenever you want! Seriously though, more and more folks seem to be looking for those elusive friends to share life with. That's, of course, why you come to us who have no ...…
 
We begin a new sermon series on the life of Daniel. We will spend the next 6 weeks looking at the Old Testament prophet. He is truly unshakable. We will learn how to be unshakable too. We begin with Daniel being pressured to conform and teaches us something about how to respond in those situations.By bbergren@me.com (Ben Bergren).
 
January 20, 2018 - Matthew 4, Pastor Joanna Mitchell by Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church - Edina, MN
 
Can you do anything creative during communion? Becca and Lydia look at the "Meal" portion of the worship service and discuss ways to be creative around communion. Plus Scripture Shots for the month of February. Check out our Chaser of the cutest felt toys for a pray ground from Bethlehem Lutheran in Granada Hills CA. Check out the photos on the ...…
 
So often Jesus is the center of the story. Obviously, Jesus is our center. In our reading from John, Jesus is an anonymous guest at a wedding reception and he reveals his glory without triumph or celebration. No one even notices. And yet, he pours out Grace upon Grace into empty vessels simply because they are empty and need refilling. Where ar ...…
 
While good wine may be lost on Pastor Heidi, she reflects on the fact that it wasn't lost one of the people in this week's gospel story. However, we can develop a discerning palette when it comes to seeing God's good wine in our lives each day.
 
Pastor Dee preaches on the text for the Second Sunday After Epiphany.By blchurch@bethlehemlutheran.org (Bethlehem Lutheran Church).
 
This is one in a series of podcasts from St. John Lutheran Church in Ocean City, NJ. For more information, visit: www.stjohnlutheranoc.org Click to hear the choir singing, "Surely the Presence of the Lord is in This Place" by Lanny Wolfe, arranged by Jack Schrader. Performed by the St. John Choir, directed from the piano by Julia Henrich, Minis ...…
 
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