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During this episode of the Concordia Publishing House Podcast, Rev. Dr. Chris Kennedy discusses his upcoming book, Grace Under Pressure: Responding Faithfully to Stress, with host Elizabeth Pittman. Chris talks about releasing his second book with CPH and shares what led him to write about the grace Jesus showed on the cross. Find out more about Ch…
 
During this episode of the Concordia Publishing House Podcast, listen as Tanner Olson returns and speaks with host Elizabeth Pittman about his new book, Continue: Poems & Prayers of Hope. Olson exclusively shares several of his poems from his book and digs into the themes surrounding his work. Tanner is the voice behind writtentospeak.com and @writ…
 
During this episode of the Concordia Publishing House Podcast, listen as Michelle Diercks reflects on different names of the Lord and the peace His names give to believers with host Elizabeth Pittman. Author Michelle Diercks introduces her new study, Promised Rest: Finding Peace in God’s Presence, and digs into the relief that is found from God’s u…
 
On this episode, Rev. Adie Harstad joins us to discuss themes found in the Book of Deuteronomy. Rev. Harstad is the author of Deuteronomy: Concordia Commentary. Questions covered: Harstad recaps the journey from Egypt to the Promised Land and tells us where the Book of Deuteronomy falls in that journey. Deuteronomy seems to repeat a lot of themes f…
 
During this episode of the Concordia Publishing House Podcast, listen as Tanner Olson explains his outlook on poetry, prayer, and just being happy to be here. Tanner is the voice behind writtentospeak.com or @writtentospeak on Instagram. He is also the author of Continue: Poems and Prayers of Hope. Show Notes: To Tanner Olson of Written to Speak, p…
 
Church History is important because God works through history. In this episode, Molly Lackey gives an overview of the church from Pentecost to our modern church. Church History is important because God works through history. In this episode, Molly Lackey gives an overview of the church from Pentecost to our modern church. Molly is the author of A S…
 
LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces is vitally important to supporting chaplains in the United States military. In this episode Rev. Craig Muehler, director of the LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces, discusses the importance of this ministry, current projects, and what you can do to support military chaplains and their families. The Ministry to the Ar…
 
In this episode, Peter Reske discusses the history and significance of three Lenten hymns. Peter Reske is Senior Editor of Music/Worship at Concordia Publishing House. Learn more about the Lutheran Service Book and the Lutheran Service Book Companion to the Hymns. Show Notes: Lent doesn’t have to be Holy Week… yet. The season of Lent is more than j…
 
LAMP Ministries have been promoting spiritual wellness and has been nurturing faith in Jesus Christ to those in remote northern Canada since 1970. In this episode, listen to the executive director of LAMP Ministry, Rev. Dr. Steve Schave, as he informs us about the challenges and opportunities of sharing the Gospel of Christ in this setting. LAMP’s …
 
We love watching superheroes defeat villains in our media, but there is only one true hero for our world. Jesus Christ. In this episode, unpack what it means to be a part of Jesus’ redemption story with the author of Lord of Legends: Jesus’ Redemption Quest, Eric Eichinger. To order Lord of Legends visit https://www.cph.org/p-34643-lord-of-legends-…
 
In this episode, Deaconess Tiffany Manor joins us to discuss the sanctity of life and what the LCMS’ Life Ministry is currently working on. Start teaching, from a young age, about the value of all life with Alive Before You Were Born. Learn more about how to witness in today's world with Every One His Witness. The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s L…
 
Let’s go to the movies! In today’s episode of the podcast, learn how films can reflect biblical narratives, characters, and themes. Rev. Dr. Jeffery Skopak is currently the senior pastor of Grace Lutheran Church and School in Florida. Learn about his new book, Christ, Culture, and Cinema: How Faith and Films Intersect. You can find his own podcast …
 
In this episode, meet the founder of Anchored Women, Kayse Pratt, as she introduces us to a philosophy to help us use our schedules and to-do lists by refocusing on biblical truth. Kayse is a wife, a mom, and the founder of anchored-women.com. Show Notes: We often can feel overwhelmed or scatterbrained when looking at all the things we want and nee…
 
Ministry happens in a multitude of locations, close to home and around the world. On this episode, Chaplain Travis Ferguson joins us to share his experience serving as an Air Force Chaplain in the Middle East. Chaplain Ferguson is a Captain in the United States Air Force. Learn about the Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod's Ministry to the Armed Force…
 
Rejoice! Rejoice! LSB 357, O Come, O Come Emmanuel is one of the most recognizable Advent hymns in our hymnody. Learn from Peter Reske as he walks us through the history and meaning behind the text, tune, and themes of this beloved hymn. Peter Reske is Senior Editor of Music/Worship at Concordia Publishing House. Learn more about the Lutheran Servi…
 
LSB 332, Savior of the Nations, Come is a favorite hymn during the season of Advent. Learn the story behind the tune, text, and translation of this beloved hymn. Peter Reske is Senior Editor of Music/Worship at Concordia Publishing House. Learn more about the Lutheran Service Book and the Lutheran Service Book Companion to the Hymns. Episode webpag…
 
Witnessing in a loving way to the Muslim community can seem overwhelming. In this episode, Dr. Abjar Bahkou gives an overview of the Islamic faith and a guide to compassionately evangelize to our Muslim neighbors. Dr. Bahkou is an associate professor of Practical Theology at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. He has written numerous books and articles …
 
Advent marks the beginning of a new church year and season with a focus of reflecting on how the Israelites waited for their Savior mirrors how we wait for His return. During the season of Advent, there are many hymns that Lutherans love. The stories behind the hymns are just as compelling as the reasons people love them. This episode doesn’t touch…
 
The New Testament Book of James presents a profound message of what it means to live a sanctified life. Rev. Dr. Curtis Giese, author of James—Concordia Commentary, introduces us to the depth and richness of James in this episode. Dr. Giese is a professor in the Theology Division of Concordia University Texas (in Austin), where he has taught Greek …
 
Diagnosed with breast cancer when she was pregnant with her fourth child, Heidi Floyd presents a message of faith in God’s promises in all circumstances. Heidi shares her powerful story with us in this episode. Heidi Floyd is a sought after influencer with over 10 years of experience in healthcare advocacy and breast cancer activism. She's a powerf…
 
This episode originally aired on October 17, 2020 The Reformation had a profound impact on the hymnody of the Lutheran Church. Today, we'll be talking about the musical shifts that occurred during the Reformation era with our guest, Peter Reske. Peter is the senior editor of music and worship resources here at Concordia Publishing House. Find out m…
 
Pastor Jeff Leininger talks with us about campus ministry and shares ideas on how your congregation can stay connected with students while they are away at college. Rev. Jeff Leininger is the campus pastor at Concordia University Chicago and the author of Callings for Life: God's Plan, Your Purpose.
 
Have you ever stopped to consider how the technology that you use is affecting you? Pastor-psychiatrist duo Rev. A. Trevor Sutton and Dr. Brian Smith have teamed up to help you evaluate your technology use through a Christian perspective in their new book, Redeeming Technology: a Christian Approach to Healthy Digital Habits.…
 
What do teens wish that adults knew about them? Teens participating in the 2021 YouthLead program answered this question thoughtfully and honestly. Julianna Shults joins us to share their answers. Julianna is a Director of Christian Education serving at LCMS Youth Ministry. Read the article What Teen Leaders Want Adult Leaders to Know on youthESour…
 
On this episode, Kurth Brashear, Vice-President for Institutional Advancement at Concordia University Nebraska joins us for a conversation about the challenges, opportunities, and joys of philanthropy in the church. Learn more about Concordia University, Nebraska or connect with Kurth Brashear. Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.…
 
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