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Best Lutheran podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Lutheran podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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The Being Lutheran Podcast co-hosted by pastors Jason Gudim, Brett Boe, and Brian Ricke. 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. The podcast is produced by Brian.
 
Challenge your theological synapses with Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller, Pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church and Jesus Deaf Lutheran Church in Austin, Texas, as he and his expert guests talk about curious topics to excite the imagination, equip the mind, and comfort the soul with God’s ordering of the world in the Law and Gospel. Tweet your questions to @bwolfmueller or send questions at bwolfmueller.co.
 
The Lutheran Difference/Radical Grace Radio has a new home on the radio, 91.5FM WMIE Cocoa, Florida. We're also heard on AM 1360 KNGN in McCook Nebraska, and we're heard on Pirate Christian Radio on the internet. We are still a show about what it means to be a Lutheran and how the Lutheran Church makes a Christian Difference. Not just a bible study, not just a church service on tape, the Lutheran Difference is a panel discussion on topics from salvation to theology to culture from a Law and ...
 
Most of the time, this podcast is composed of sermons preached by Rev. Eric Wolf in congregations during their Sunday worship. Since late September 2019, he's been serving as a transition pastor with the fine Lutherans at The Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer in Foxboro, MA (https://www.lcor.org). Pastor Eric believes 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 h ...
 
Welcome to New Hope Lutheran Church's weekly worship. In our worship we confess & receive & are strengthened to go - all in the name of Jesus Christ. May our lives in the Word of God lead us continually to Christ Jesus, move of to glorify the LORD God, and strengthen us for love & service toward our neighbors!
 
The HT Simulcast is a no-holds-barred, buckle-in, undiluted Gospel dispensing Higher Things Lutheran podcast. Really. We totally know what we’re doing.The HT Simulcast ended its spectacular run of 80 episodes and transformed into As Lutheran As It Gets.
 
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Title: “You Are Not Alone! (Audio Only)” Speaker: Rev. James Redmann Running Time: 23:34 We invite you to worship with us. See our contact page for directions. Listen to the Service Scripture Lessons The First Reading: Acts 17:16-31 The Epistle: 1 Peter 3:13-22 The Holy Gospel: John 14:15-21 Hymn O God Our Help In Ages Past Donate If you would like…
 
What does the Ascension of Jesus mean for us? Why is it one of the most important theological events in history? (Third, according to Pastor Wolfmueller.) What does the Ascension look like from above and below? Host Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller, Pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church and Jesus Deaf Lutheran Church in Austin, Texas, and author of the book Has…
 
“Christ in Gethsemane,” Heinrich Hoffman, oil on canvas, 1886 http://trinitycheyenne.org/wp-content/uploads/Rogate-2020.mp3 O God, from whom all good things do come, grant to us, Thy humble servants, that by Thy holy inspiration we may think those things that be right and by Thy merciful guiding may perform the same; through Jesus Christ, Thy Son, …
 
“Christ in Gethsemane,” Heinrich Hoffman, oil on canvas, 1886 http://trinitycheyenne.org/wp-content/uploads/Rogate-2020.mp3 O God, from whom all good things do come, grant to us, Thy humble servants, that by Thy holy inspiration we may think those things that be right and by Thy merciful guiding may perform the same; through Jesus Christ, Thy Son, …
 
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