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form of Protestantism commonly associated with the teachings of Martin Luther

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    Project Resurrection
    BHoP#146 Neologistic Parabiotics

    Project Resurrection

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2023 65:06


    Dr Koontz and Rev Fisk talk about the Lutheran tendency toward Presidio style structures, historical examples of Lutheran authorities, the parasitic nature of bureaucratic structures, and why Covenants provide motivation and guidance. Visit our website -  A Brief History of Power Many thanks to our sponsors, Blessed Sacrament Lutheran Church in Hayden, ID, Our Savior Lutheran Church and School in Pagosa Springs, CO, and Luther Classical College Dr Koontz -  Trinity Lutheran Church Rev Fisk - St Paul Rockford and Hebron Collegium Music thanks to Verny

    ServantCast
    Ep 209 Worship - Holy Trinity Sunday, June 4, 2023

    ServantCast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2023 79:49


    This is the audio from the worship service on June 4, 2023, at Christ the Servant Lutheran Church in Bellingham, Washington.As we emerge from the pandemic, the work of the church continues.  Here are a few ways that the church remains thriving at Christ the Servant:We are meeting live and in-person on Sunday Morning at 9:30 for worship services in the sanctuary.  Masking is optional when the Whatcom County Covid levels are at the “low” level.  This service is also live-streamed on the CTS Facebook Page and the CTS web site.  The live-stream video will remain there afterwards as well.We have youth events that are ever evolving!We have a Friday Morning breakfast fellowship on Zoom - sometimes live at Boulevard Park, weather allowing...We have a ministry team called Deep Waters, which is dedicated to helping install sustainable clean water systems to communities in Honduras.We are part of the Family Promise program, striving to help homeless families in our community regain equilibrium.We have an active Justice Seekers ministry team, dedicated to achieving a more just society and church.Find out more - go to our web page or send us an e-mailcontacts:ServantCast: servantcast@ctslutheran.orgChrist the Servant Lutheran Church: office@ctslutheran.orgWeb site: www.ctslutheran.org

    Extra Nos Academy
    The Word "is" ALWAYS Means "is." Without Exception. (The Lord's Supper)

    Extra Nos Academy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2023 7:20


    Welcome back to season 3, episode 3A. We continue our talk on the Lord's Supper. This time around we are thinking about Jesus' use of the word, "is," and it's meaning. To be sure, is always means is. Even when it's being used in a metaphorical or parabolic sentence. Let's discuss.  #ChristForYou http://Smarturl.it/ChristForYou

    Stop the White Noise with Jonathan and Meridith

    The rise of painted faces reading books in the library is possible when fathers are denigrated in society. Get the Mad Mondays newsletter, a round up of news from a Christian perspective with encouragement from Rev FiskFind out more about the Sons of Solomon, a prayer discipline for menSupport Rev Fisk at SubscribeStarOrder Rev Fisk's books at AmazonCatch Rev Fisk on A Brief History of Power podcastHear Rev Fisk's sermons at St PaulIf you'd like to submit a question or comment for the show, click hereTo join our Discord community online, request an invitation linkFind everything else go to revfisk.comThis short clip is from Stop the White Noise

    Stop the White Noise with Jonathan and Meridith
    092 That's *Our* Rainbow, & Other Subtle Thieveries

    Stop the White Noise with Jonathan and Meridith

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2023 178:59


    Get the Mad Mondays newsletter, a round up of news from a Christian perspective with encouragement from Rev FiskFind out more about the Sons of Solomon, a prayer discipline for menSupport Rev Fisk at SubscribeStarOrder Rev Fisk's books at AmazonCatch Rev Fisk on A Brief History of Power podcastHear Rev Fisk's sermons at St PaulIf you'd like to submit a question or comment for the show, click hereThis week, the Mad Christian and Meridith speak about:  00:00 Grateful for antibiotics05:15 Wives becoming what your husband needs17:40 Stabilize the already25:20 Lust, beauty and carnal man38:26 Dating in marriage and trophy wives49:22 Our society is confused about beauty and strength55:50 Growing in age and wisdom01:10:30 In control or being controlled01:21:39 Meridith's interlude01:21:23 Are Lutherans are allergic to action?01:43:53 Lutheran vs Baptists on baptism01:57:08 Soteriology is math02:02:00 The No is a Yes02:16:45 The Chosen as Bible study and the LCMS as a myth02:43:05 The flesh profits nothing, but Christ's flesh profits everythingThe opinions expressed on the Stop the White Noise are those of RevFisk and Meridith, but sometimes also God. Studies show that learning to tell the difference greatly enhances your viewing experience.If you need help, the Holy Bible stands ready to assist you, as (hopefully) does your local, trustworthy pastor.To join our Discord community online, request an invitation linkFind everything else go to revfisk.com

    Stop the White Noise with Jonathan and Meridith

    How do we live with people who profess to be Christians but don't live as Christians?Get the Mad Mondays newsletter, a round up of news from a Christian perspective with encouragement from Rev FiskFind out more about the Sons of Solomon, a prayer discipline for menSupport Rev Fisk at SubscribeStarOrder Rev Fisk's books at AmazonCatch Rev Fisk on A Brief History of Power podcastHear Rev Fisk's sermons at St PaulIf you'd like to submit a question or comment for the show, click hereTo join our Discord community online, request an invitation linkFind everything else go to revfisk.comThis short clip is from Stop the White Noise

    The Zal
    34. (Indy) 500 Shades Of Identity

    The Zal

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2023 46:58


    Three time Indy 500 winner, Mauri Rose, was a member of the tribe. Or he wasn't. The standout driver faced the slurs of anti-Jew leaflets, was inducted to The Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, and - went to a Lutheran church.Michael Brown, of the Indiana Jewish Historical Society, enters The Zal to help us untangle the story.Indy 500 Highlights from 1939 & 1941 (Warning ↑↑ contains b&w news footage of violent accidents.) Music by Zusha Band: "Dovber"

    Divine Savior Church-Sienna Plantation
    What Not to Wear | Know Greater Hope

    Divine Savior Church-Sienna Plantation

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2023 23:37


    Stop Copying the World and Start Copying Christ We live in a fashion-conscious world. We see influential people wearing certain styles of clothes and imitate them by trying to keep up with the same fashions. We want to look the same as the world around us. We do the same thing in the way that we live. We imitate the world in the way that we act, talk, and think. Sometimes we blend right in and people don't even know we're different. The encouragement in this text is to stop trying to look exactly like the world around us and start imitating God instead. The benefits of being like the world are short-lived. The hope God offers lasts forever.Support the show~ Changing lives with Jesus! Facebook | YouTubeInstagram @dscsienna

    Catholic Saints & Feasts
    June 6: Saint Norbert, Bishop 

    Catholic Saints & Feasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2023 5:57


    June 6: Saint Norbert, Bishop c. 1080–1134 Optional Memorial; Liturgical Color: White Patron Saint of Bohemia and of expectant mothers Thrown down like Saint Paul, he stood up a changed man Today's saint was born into an elite Central European family with connections to imperial dynasties and the nobility of his time. He received an excellent sacred and secular education in keeping with his high status. And as a young man he received tonsure, the particular shaving of the hair on the scalp denoting one a cleric. He was then appointed a canon, a member of a bishop's inner circle who prayed the liturgical hours in common with other canons. As a young adult, Saint Norbert was well on his way to a career as an ecclesiastic typical of his era: well connected, intelligent, politically aware, committed to the Church, an adviser to princes and bishops, and materially comfortable. His life was almost indistinguishable from those of the laymen whose company he mostly kept. Norbert avoided priestly ordination and turned down a chance to become a bishop. In a one-Church world where civil power and church power were intertwined, canons lived comfortably and held a quasi-civil office which dispensed prayers, graces, and spiritual favors for which the populace paid handsomely. If not for a near-death experience when he was thirty-five years old, Saint Norbert would be known as just Norbert, and he would be resting, forgotten, under the stone floor of a German cathedral. But one day in 1115, Norbert was riding his horse when a lightning bolt struck nearby. He was thrown hard to the ground and was unconscious for a long time but survived. It was jarring, both physically and spiritually. Norbert was changed. He was penitent. He would abandon his life of frivolity. He would take his religious commitment seriously. This powerful experience of the fleetingness of life and its pleasures compelled Norbert to deviate from the wide, crowded road he was traveling, in order to walk, instead, a narrower, stonier, less-traveled path. And as Norbert walked, he shed his past step by step until over many years Saint Norbert emerged, miter on his head, bishop's crozier in one hand, and a monstrance in the other. One moment changed his life. It ceased to be just a moment, in fact, but was converted into a permanent event. God broke through, touched his deepest core, and created a new man. Soon after this near-death experience, Norbert was ordained a priest, went on a month-long retreat, founded a monastery with his own wealth, and began to preach about the transitory nature of the world. He had the fervor of a convert, the ardor of one for whom all things were new. Life was a permanent Spring day. He sold all that he had except what was necessary to say Mass, divested himself of all his properties, and gave everything to the poor. He wore a simple habit, went barefoot, and begged for food. He started to preach throughout France and Germany and became well known. At the instigation of the Pope, he founded a religious Order, which quickly expanded. He was so well respected in Germany that, despite being the founder of an Order, he was named bishop of a large see. Saint Norbert became involved in various ecclesiastical arguments of his day of both a political and theological nature. Saint Norbert's efforts to reform the clergy of his day were not always well received. He was spat upon and rejected. But he persevered. No one outdid him in devotion to the Holy Eucharist, which he preached about constantly. Centuries after his death his body was transferred to near Prague after the German city where he had been buried turned Lutheran. Saint Norbert is most often depicted as a bishop holding either a monstrance or a ciborium, both of which hold the Holy Eucharist. The Norbertine Order continues to thrive, nine hundred years after it was founded. Would that anyone would speak just our name nine hundred years after we die! The Church remembers her saints, preserves their memories, and ensures that the heroes of our faith are held up for emulation long after their earthly work is done. Saint Norbert, your conversion led to your life of total dedication to Christ and the Church. This change was nourished by reception of and devotion to the Holy Eucharist. May we be continually nourished with and converted by the same food from heaven.

    Scripture First
    Making Fun of Death | Matthew 9:9-13, 18-26 with Sarah Stenson

    Scripture First

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2023 32:37


    As you heard in Mason's initial reaction, this week's lectionary text is bonkers. It's absolutely nonsensical. A man asks Jesus to touch his dead daughter to bring her back to life, and—on His way —a woman with hemorrhages touches His cloak to be healed. Once there, Jesus says the girl is just sleeping. People laugh at Him. But, as you'll hear Sarah Stenson teach us in this week's conversation, Jesus came for the sick, not the well. In fact, Jesus didn't comes to make us physically well, He came to end death once and for all. By the end of this episode, you'll understand how Christians can view death just like Jesus says it is: merely sleeping. SING TO THE LORDListen to Luther House of Study's newest podcast: Sing to the Lord! Martin Luther said, "Next to the word of God, the art of music is the greatest treasure in the world." To understand the importance of hymnody in the Lutheran church, Lars Olson and Mason Van Essen sit down with Zachary Brockhoff each week to discuss the lectionary's hymns, their meaning and history, and how the music preaches the Gospel. We hope you enjoy this new venture! 

    Concord Matters from KFUO Radio
    The Three Universal Ecumenical Creeds. Not a revolution but a continuation of the Holy Christian Church.

    Concord Matters from KFUO Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2023 57:55


    The Concordians were committed to the historic, Christian faith of all times and all places. The ancient creeds were not accepted because they are equal to Scripture, but because they confess the truth of Scripture. Each creed was written to respond to different issues of their day. The Apostles Creed confessed the truth of the Triune God in whom we are baptized. The Nicene Creed clearly confessed Christ in response to the heresy of Arianism. The Athanasian Creed proclaims the Scriptural truth of the Triune God while emphasizing the important truth of Christ's two natures. These creeds serve as a foundational source of unity for all Christians as we continually work towards full unity in accordance with the Holy Word. Rev. Dr. Brian Kachelmeier, pastor of Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church in San Antonio, TX joins Rev. Brady Finnern to study the Ecumenical Creeds. Find your copy of the Book of Concord - Concordia Reader's Edition at cph.org or read online at bookofconcord.org. Study the Lutheran Confession of Faith found in the Book of Concord with lively discussions led by host Rev. Brady Finnern, President of the LCMS Minnesota North District, and guest LCMS pastors. Join us as these Christ-confessing Concordians read through and discuss our Lutheran doctrine in the Book of Concord in order to gain a deeper understanding of our Lutheran faith and practical application for our vocations.

    PT Military
    To God be the Glory – June 2, 2023

    PT Military

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2023 8:30


    He is not a little God. He is not a part-time God....

    Lutheran Lectionary from Confident.Faith
    Lutheran Lectionary for 04 June 2023 (Trinity Sunday)

    Lutheran Lectionary from Confident.Faith

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2023 12:28


    * Genesis 1:1—2:4a * Psalm 8 * Acts 2:14a, 22–36 * Matthew 28:16–20

    In All Things
    Episode 80: How an East Texas vineyard models John 15 with Shelley Kral

    In All Things

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2023 29:44


    Dean Weaver, EPC Stated Clerk, welcomes Shelley Kral, Associate Pastor for Longview Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Longview, Texas. The two discuss her path to ministry from Southern California to a Lutheran college in the Pacific Northwest to Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando to Longview in East Texas. Kral also describes a vision she and her husband had for a pastoral retreat center eventually resulting in the creation of Enoch's Stomp Vineyard & Winery near Longview. She also explains how the vineyard illustrates the truths of John 15.

    WELS - Daily Devotions
    Thirst – June 2, 2023

    WELS - Daily Devotions

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2023 3:13


    WELSTech Audio
    703 – Tech Like a Pirate

    WELSTech Audio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2023 35:50


    Welcome to summer on WELSTech! Martin and Sallie share an abbreviated show centered on chapters 1 & 2 of the summer reading selection, Tech Like a PIRATE. Picks include puzzles with a tech twist to entertain and passkeys with a storage solution to keep you safe. Plus, the Taste of Missions event is coming up […]

    To Everything a Season: Lutheran Reflections Through the Church Year

    In this final episode of our three part series on Jesus's High Priestly Prayer, we focus on what it means for Christians to be "one as Christ and the Father are one." What is the basis for this Christian unity? Is it a common confession of faith, the elimination of denominations, or something else?

    Rev. Dr. Matthew Richard's Podcast
    Marriage: The Lifelong Journey Of Sacrifice & Trust

    Rev. Dr. Matthew Richard's Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2023 10:03


    Date: May 27th of 2023   Speaker: Rev. Dr. Matthew Richard   Text: Colossians 3:12-17   Context: Wedding Sermon at St. Paul's Lutheran of Minot, ND   Manuscript: CLICK HERE

    Rev. Dr. Matthew Richard's Podcast
    The End Is Near; This Changes Everything

    Rev. Dr. Matthew Richard's Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2023 14:28


    Date: May 21st of 2023   Speaker: Rev. Dr. Matthew Richard   Text: 1 Peter 4:7-14   Context: Sermon at St. Paul's Lutheran of Minot, ND   Manuscript: CLICK HERE 

    Stop the White Noise with Jonathan and Meridith
    091 Busy Worship and a Handful of Holy Spirit

    Stop the White Noise with Jonathan and Meridith

    Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2023 201:46


    Get the Mad Mondays newsletter, a round up of news from a Christian perspective with encouragement from Rev FiskFind out more about the Sons of Solomon, a prayer discipline for menSupport Rev Fisk at SubscribeStarOrder Rev Fisk's books at AmazonCatch Rev Fisk on A Brief History of Power podcastHear Rev Fisk's sermons at St PaulIf you'd like to submit a question or comment for the show, click hereThis week, the Mad Christian and Meridith speak about:  In the weedsFairytales, wisdom and goose chasesUse your nice thingsStewarding your spaceFeeding those who are serving01:01:30 Whole people 01:16:39 Hebrew on teatowels01:22:33 God wrestling with Jacob01:35:35 Can you always swap Jesus for LORD in the Old Testament?01:47:10. Balancing hermit kids with cramming extracurricular activities The opinions expressed on the Stop the White Noise are those of RevFisk and Meridith, but sometimes also God. Studies show that learning to tell the difference greatly enhances your viewing experience.If you need help, the Holy Bible stands ready to assist you, as (hopefully) does your local, trustworthy pastor.To join our Discord community online, request an invitation linkFind everything else go to revfisk.com

    Stop the White Noise with Jonathan and Meridith

    Oratio, meditatio, tentatio – Foster good habits like it's 1517.Get the Mad Mondays newsletter, a round up of news from a Christian perspective with encouragement from Rev FiskFind out more about the Sons of Solomon, a prayer discipline for menSupport Rev Fisk at SubscribeStarOrder Rev Fisk's books at AmazonCatch Rev Fisk on A Brief History of Power podcastHear Rev Fisk's sermons at St PaulIf you'd like to submit a question or comment for the show, click hereTo join our Discord community online, request an invitation linkFind everything else go to revfisk.comThis short clip is from Stop the White Noise

    Stop the White Noise with Jonathan and Meridith
    The blessing of difficult people

    Stop the White Noise with Jonathan and Meridith

    Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2023 7:20


    Get the Mad Mondays newsletter, a round up of news from a Christian perspective with encouragement from Rev FiskFind out more about the Sons of Solomon, a prayer discipline for menSupport Rev Fisk at SubscribeStarOrder Rev Fisk's books at AmazonCatch Rev Fisk on A Brief History of Power podcastHear Rev Fisk's sermons at St PaulIf you'd like to submit a question or comment for the show, click hereTo join our Discord community online, request an invitation linkFind everything else go to revfisk.comThis short clip is from Stop the White Noise

    ...SAVED
    Run Toward the Tomb with Philadelphia! – Part II

    ...SAVED

    Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2023 44:15


    Preached at St Paul Lutheran Church, Rockford, Illinois on Sunday May 28, 2023.Support Rev Fisk at SubscribeStarOrder Rev Fisk's books at AmazonCatch Rev Fisk on A Brief History of Power podcastGet the Mad Mondays newsletter, a round up of news from a Christian perspective with encouragement from Rev FiskFind out more about the Sons of Solomon, a prayer discipline for men

    Courageous Truth Podcast
    Pentecost Message from Living Word Lutheran

    Courageous Truth Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2023 20:52


    Pastor Eric's Pentecost Message from 5/28 spoken at Living Word Lutheran Church in Graham Washington

    ...SAVED
    Run Toward the Tomb with Philadelphia! – Part I

    ...SAVED

    Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2023 30:50


    Preached at St Paul Lutheran Church, Rockford, Illinois on Sunday May 28, 2023.Support Rev Fisk at SubscribeStarOrder Rev Fisk's books at AmazonCatch Rev Fisk on A Brief History of Power podcastGet the Mad Mondays newsletter, a round up of news from a Christian perspective with encouragement from Rev FiskFind out more about the Sons of Solomon, a prayer discipline for men

    Forging Ploughshares
    Practical Salvation in Ephesians

    Forging Ploughshares

    Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2023 59:00


    Brian, Matt, Brent, Matthew, Jonathan, Austin, David, and Paul discuss the Lutheran, Calvinist, and Wesleyan understanding of salvation and compare it to Paul's depiction in Ephesians. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.  

    ServantCast
    Ep 208 Worship - Pentecost Sunday, May 28, 2023

    ServantCast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2023 78:46


    This is the audio from the worship service on May 28, 2023, at Christ the Servant Lutheran Church in Bellingham, Washington.As we emerge from the pandemic, the work of the church continues.  Here are a few ways that the church remains thriving at Christ the Servant:We are meeting live and in-person on Sunday Morning at 9:30 for worship services in the sanctuary.  Masking is optional when the Whatcom County Covid levels are at the “low” level.  This service is also live-streamed on the CTS Facebook Page and the CTS web site.  The live-stream video will remain there afterwards as well.We have youth events that are ever evolving!We have a Friday Morning breakfast fellowship on Zoom - sometimes live at Boulevard Park, weather allowing...We have a ministry team called Deep Waters, which is dedicated to helping install sustainable clean water systems to communities in Honduras.We are part of the Family Promise program, striving to help homeless families in our community regain equilibrium.We have an active Justice Seekers ministry team, dedicated to achieving a more just society and church.Find out more - go to our web page or send us an e-mail.contacts:ServantCast: servantcast@ctslutheran.orgChrist the Servant Lutheran Church: office@ctslutheran.orgWeb site: www.ctslutheran.org

    Together 4 Good
    Synod Assembly 2023: Cruzando Fronteras with Matthew Kersten-Gray

    Together 4 Good

    Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2023 30:16


    In this episode, Pastor Nate speaks with Bethany member, Matthew Kersten-Gray about his recent experiences at the Rocky Mountain Synod Assembly. Matthew was one of Bethany's representatives to the Assembly this year which had the theme "Cruzando Fronteras" (Spanish for crossing borders). Listen in as Matthew shares his insights and learn about the more extensive workings of the Lutheran church.

    Divine Savior Church-Sienna Plantation
    We Are One | Know Greater Hope

    Divine Savior Church-Sienna Plantation

    Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2023 21:25


    Building Unity with LoveWe want the church to grow so that we can make a difference in the world around us. But churches not only need to grow in number. We need to grow in holiness. We need to grow in unity. That will show the world what our three-in-one God is like. God's grace, the hope He gives us in Jesus, generates this growth. There is one body, one church. Our Christian community should reflect that unity. We are like a symphony orchestra and God has given us beautiful music to play. If all the sections of an orchestra were fighting and competing with one another, the music wouldn't sound so good. But when we play together, we bless the world around us with the beautiful music God plays through us. We speak God's truth in love to draw people together to the hope in Jesus God gives us!Support the show~ Changing lives with Jesus! Facebook | YouTubeInstagram @dscsienna

    Scripture First
    All Authority in Heaven and on Earth | Matthew 28:16-20 with Lars Olson

    Scripture First

    Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2023 23:33


    It's Holy Trinity Sunday and Adam, Kiri, and Mason ask Lars Olson in this week's conversation: what is the Trinity? What does it mean to have authority? And what does it mean that Jesus is with us always? Lars explains that Jesus saying go and make disciples and baptize them in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit is very much a command, but that doesn't make Jesus the new Moses. Instead, Jesus is giving us His authority—the authority over literally everything—to do these things. That is freedom. SING TO THE LORDListen to Luther House of Study's newest podcast: Sing to the Lord! Martin Luther said, "Next to the word of God, the art of music is the greatest treasure in the world." To understand the importance of hymnody in the Lutheran church, Lars Olson and Mason Van Essen sit down with Zachary Brockhoff each week to discuss the lectionary's hymns, their meaning and history, and how the music preaches the Gospel. We hope you enjoy this new venture! 

    University Lutheran Chapel
    05.28.23 Basil

    University Lutheran Chapel

    Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2023 29:27


    Today we launch our first summer sermon series Dead Guy Summer with a message on a heroes of the faith, featuring Basil. Today is also Pentecost Sunday. The same Spirit that was present at Pentecost pointing men and women to Jesus is present in and through the Word, pointing you to Jesus. Because Jesus is the salvation of the world. Jesus is our rescue from sin and all of the ways it has corrupted God's good creation.

    GSLCVA Podcast
    GSLCVA Pentecost Sunday Sermon 28MAY2023

    GSLCVA Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2023 28:31


    Join Pastor Johann as he discusses the Mission (Im)Possible, to “go and tell” the good news about salvation through faith in Jesus's death and resurrection to all people. On our own, we are inadequate, and the mission is impossible. Through God, we can proclaim the gospel to all people, and our mission is truly possible. Through the risen Savior, we are equipped to share the Word as He has given us great peace, proof, purpose, power, and proclamation.

    Concord Matters from KFUO Radio
    Preface to the Book of Concord. For the instruction and consolation of a disturbed conscience.

    Concord Matters from KFUO Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2023 58:30


    Clear teachings are important for the baptized and for those who are learning the Christian faith. The Concordians give clear teachings on the two natures of Christ, the real presence of the Lord's Supper, the universal doctrines of the Christian church, and the importance of visitations. Not only do we profess what we believe, but also reject anything that is contrary to what Scripture says. The goal is not to attack all Christians who do not speak with the same exact words, but to make sure that the powerful words of Christ are faithfully proclaimed to sinners with no question of who has done the work of our salvation. Rev. Terry Forke, President of the Montana District of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, joins Rev. Brady Finnern to study the preface to the Book of Concord. Find your copy of the Book of Concord - Concordia Reader's Edition at cph.org or read online at bookofconcord.org. Study the Lutheran Confession of Faith found in the Book of Concord with lively discussions led by host Rev. Brady Finnern, President of the LCMS Minnesota North District, and guest LCMS pastors. Join us as these Christ-confessing Concordians read through and discuss our Lutheran doctrine in the Book of Concord in order to gain a deeper understanding of our Lutheran faith and practical application for our vocations.

    Dream Chasers Radio
    Author Michael Tavella Illuminates Dark History with 'The Light in the Ruins'

    Dream Chasers Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2023 12:36


    Amazon Link Michael Tavella has served as co-pastor with his wife, Amanda Grimmer, in two Lutheran congregations. They are presently serving and for thirty-one years have led Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Abington, Pennsylvania. They have two sons. Tavella is the former Dean of the Atlantic Mission District of the North American Lutheran Church. At the beginning of the Twenty-second Century, the world has entered a Dark Age. A Lutheran pastor, Jonathan Klug, serves a congregation in Felderheim, a town in central Pennsylvania. While struggling with doubt about himself and his ministry, he receives a call from God to build a new community, Sublacum, near the ruins of a church where certain people have claimed to have seen a pillar of light on Saint John's night, December 27. Pastor Jonathan finds a document that confirms his call. He comes to acknowledge that God has enlisted him for this mission. Through the crisis, Jonathan's friend, Anthony Cacciaguida, a priest at Saint Benedict Roman Catholic Church, serves as Jonathan's advisor. Both men look to the Word of God for their help. As the state and federal governments weaken, Frank Sulla, a successful businessman, sees his opportunity to gain power and dominate the region around Felderheim. He too has an advisor and guide, Nikolaos Kakos, who is an emissary of the devil. Sulla has signed his name in blood. The battle lines are formed. Good and evil once again face one another in an epic battle. The conflict will require sacrifice and loss of life. The history of the next few centuries will depend on the outcome.

    The Concordia Publishing House Podcast
    Lutheran Women in Mission 2023 Convention Sneak Peek | President Debbie Larson

    The Concordia Publishing House Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2023 23:21


    President Debbie Larson of Lutheran Women in Mission (LWML) joins this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast with host Elizabeth Pittman to give a preview of the upcoming LWML 40th Biennial Convention in June.  Learn more about Lutheran Women in Mission by visiting www.lwml.org. Show Notes: In this episode, listen as Debbie Larson, current president of Lutheran Women in Mission, gives an inside look at the upcoming convention in June and discusses what attendees should expect to experience.   Debbie also talks about life in the office of president of LWML, the impact of some of the missions during her time serving in the organization, and encouragement for young women who are looking to get involved. Questions Covered-Tell us a bit about LWML and why you love to do what you do.-Are there a few missions that have stuck out to you in your memory as unique or extra impactful?-How did you first get involved with LWML?-What have been some of the highlights of your time as president?-What does a typical day in the life of a Lutheran Women in Mission president look like?-If you're talking to young women or women who have not typically been involved in Lutheran Women in Mission, what would you say to them to encourage them to get involved?-What are your hopes and prayers for LWML as it moves into the future?-What closing thoughts do you want to leave with our listeners as they think about Lutheran Women in Mission and serving the church and being involved?About the GuestDebbie Larson has served as the president of Lutheran Women in Mission since 2019. She will complete her presidential term at the 2023 40th Biennial Convention and will see a new president elected to serve in the next term.  

    The Patrick Madrid Show
    The Patrick Madrid Show: May 26, 2023 - Hour 3

    The Patrick Madrid Show

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2023 51:10


    Patrick answers listener questions about good books for Catholics and non-Catholics, what do Lutherans believe, can I be given absolution if my confession isn't heard, if you go to Hell is there any chance of getting out, and was Lucifer an Archangel or a Seraphim? Joel - My brother might enjoy the book Surprised by Truth. Do you think I should recommend it? Tony - A family member just passed away who was Lutheran. What do Lutherans believe? I don't want to insult others when speaking at his funeral. Sister Elizabeth - I ordered a ticket through an online chat. When I typed “God Bless You,” but the chat put “***” in place of God. What do you think about that? Paulette - My Lutheran friend has cancer. Can he get the anointing of the sick from a Priest? Alejandra - A priest didn't hear my confession, he just absolved me. Is that okay? I am getting married today and want to know if I can receive Jesus. Anna Marie - If you die and go to Hell, can you get out of Hell? Jonathon - Was Lucifer an Archangel or a Seraphim before he fell? Evelyn - When the tabernacle is not in the church, does that mean that Christ is not in the Church because the tabernacle is not there and He only comes into the Church until the moment of the Consecration during Mass? Alex - In Scripture, Jesus said: 'The Father is greater than I'. How can this be if the Trinity is all God, same nature?

    The Lutheran Ladies' Lounge from KFUO Radio
    #191. Story Time with Sarah: Emilie Juliane von Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt

    The Lutheran Ladies' Lounge from KFUO Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2023 32:35


    Emilie Juliane (sometimes alternatively spelled Ämilie or Aemilie; 1637—1706) was a devout Lutheran lady, Countess of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt — and one of the most prolific of all German female hymn-writers, with almost 600 hymns attributed to her authorship.  In this Story Time episode, Sarah delves into the now-relatively-obscure life of one of 17th century Lutheranism's most noteworthy women, beginning with her tragic and turbulent childhood during the Thirty Years' War and continuing through her early orphanhood, her close relationship with her cousins (one of whom became her best friend and fellow #hymnnerd, another of whom she married), and the loss of her only daughter.   The episode ends with a discussion of the several English translations of her hymns included in recent LCMS hymnals: “Once in the Blest Baptismal Waters” (LSB 598), “Who Knows When Death May Overtake Me” (TLH 598), “The Lord Hath Helped Me Hitherto, By His Surpassing Favor” (TLH 33), “God Brought Me to This Time and Place” (LW 456).    To learn more about Emilie Juliane, check out Judith P. Aikin's biography A Ruler's Consort in Early Modern Germany: Aemilia Juliana of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt. For more about the lives of beloved hymnwriters, check out Lutheran Service Book: Companion to the Hymns or Eternal Anthems: The Story Behind Your Favorite Hymns, Volume 2, both available from CPH.   Connect with the Lutheran Ladies on social media in The Lutheran Ladies' Lounge Facebook discussion group (facebook.com/groups/LutheranLadiesLounge) and on Instagram @lutheranladieslounge. Follow Sarah (@hymnnerd), Rachel (@rachbomberger), Erin (@erinaltered), and Bri (@grrrzevske) on Instagram! Sign up for the Lutheran Ladies' Lounge monthly e-newsletter here, and email the Ladies at lutheranladies@kfuo.org.