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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 epistiles

Wednesday - Worth Doing Badly

A weekly overview of the Bible readings for each Sunday of the Church Year with Pastors David Weber and Jaime Kriger

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

Lutheran Radio News

• Couples told to wash hands before and after exchanging rings in new wedding guidance • Church bells to ring out again after three months of lockdown silence • St Albans Cathedral places painting of the Last Supper with a black Jesus above its altar in solidarity with Black Lives Matter • York Minster's Roman Emperor statue being 'looked at' following complaints

Series A, 5th Sunday after Pentecost, Worth Doing Badly

Zechariah 9:9-12; Psalm 145:1-14; Romans 7:14-25a; Matthew 11:25-30 Rest is not doing nothing. The reason we rest is to meditate on God’s works. Restlessness misses the fundamental truth of existence that none of us created the world so none of us can save the world. Rest is needed to recognise this truth and then to live in the world with a calm gratitude.

Lutheranism 101: Worship, The Lutheran Inquisitor

Fourth of this five-episode series on Lutheran Worship with Rev. Dr. Thomas Winger

The test results are negative, Cross Encounters

How do we assess what we are told? What has the greater authority? For Christians, it is Jesus, the Word of God.

Practice makes perfect, The Lutheran Hour

When we want something to be perfect, we practice it over and over until it becomes part of us. In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus encourages His followers to practice being perfect, because God already sees them that way, through faith in Christ.

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