Welcome to the Concordia Publishing House Podcast where we consider everything in the light of Jesus Christ who is the same today, yesterday, and forever. Hosted by Elizabeth Pittman.
Hymns of the Reformation with Peter Reske
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...
God's Relentless Love with Sharla Fritz
The Bible contains many love stories, but the account of the prophet Hosea and his unfaithful wife Gomer, wins the prize for the most surprising. Her new bible study, God’s Relentless Love, author Sharla Fritz digs deep into the Book of Hosea.
Meant for More with John Nunes
In his new book, Meant for More: In With and Under the Ordinary, Dr. John Nunes explains that we –you—are meant for more. Dr. Nunes is the president of Concordia College New York.
Faith that Engages the Culture: Politics with Rev. Dr. Alfonso Espinosa
Christians are called to engage for the sake of the Gospel. We engage those for whom the Gospel is intended (which is everyone). Our guest today is going to help us understand what this looks like in the midst of political conversations and...
Leadership with Don Christian
Healthy leadership is instrumental to the effectiveness of any organization. Today we’ll be talking about leadership, what sets Lutheran leaders apart, and what leaders should be looking for as they navigate change.Our guest today is Dr. Donald...
Never Forsaken: God's Mercy in the Midst of Miscarriage with Kathryn Ziegler Weber
October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. Our conversation today will be helpful if you’ve experienced your own loss, or if you want to learn how to respond to those around us who mourn.Our guest today is Deaconess Kathryn Ziegler Weber....