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Monday - The Lutheran Inquisitor

A quest for answers to pressing issues and their ramifications for the Church today

Tuesday – Love Letters

Series of Bible studies on the epistles with Pastor Arno Bessel

Wednesday - Faith that Functions

In depth look at the Word of God with Pastor Gordon Naumann

Thursday - Songs of Hope

Reflections on the Psalms with Denise Seaman

Friday - Redeemer Theological Academy

Confessing Christ to an unbelieving world

Saturday - Straight Answers to Awkward Questions

Pastor George Samiec searches the Bible to address challenging issues and provide answers to those intriguing questions our listeners always wanted to know but were afraid to ask

Sunday - Sunday Cantata

Pastor Tapani Simojoki introduces a cantata written by Bach for each Sunday of the church year

Higher yet closer, Faith That Functions, 20. Sep 2017

Heaven is not so far from us, not because we will be able to attain it or reach out and touch it but because God, in His divine compassion, comes down to us. His ways are higher than our ways and His thoughts our thoughts but He deigns to come down and love us from where He is; to embrace us and remind us of what He has done for us, to one day bring us to Him, to paradise.

Isaiah Chapter 58 - Part 2, Redeemer Theological Academy, 15. Sep 2017

In this lecture we continue our discussion on chapter 58

Martin Luther's Insights
Graham Tomlin
95 Antitheses, from Reformation to transformation
Boris Gunjevic
Reformation Mission
Gregory Seltz
Martin Luther, Confessor of God's Enduring Word
Robert Kolb
Psalm 95John 13:36-38
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