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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.
44 Episodes
On todays podcast we chat with Dr. Jason Soenksen about Micah and his contribution to the Concordia Commentary Series. Connect with us on Facebook: with us on Instagram:
Today on the podcast, Heidi Goehmann shows us how God invites us to gratitude. Even when gratefulness is hard to find.Connect with Heidi at Heidigoehmann.comLearn more about her books at Connect with us on Facebook: with us on Instagram:
Joy with Deb Burma

Joy with Deb Burma


Deb Burma joins us today to help us spot joy in everyday life, and to learn how to spread the joy to others.Connect with Deb at debburma.comLearn more about her books at Connect with us on Facebook: with us on Instagram:
We’re joined today by Dr. Mark Koschmann to discuss what this life of service looks like in the city. Learn more about Rev. Dr. Mark KoschmannConnect with us on Facebook: with us on Instagram:
Lisa M. Clark joins us to share ideas for teaching the faith during Advent.Lisa has written devotionals, curriculums, Bible studies, hymns, novels, children's books, and more. After a decade of writing, she has been published in periodicals, books, and choral arrangements.Learn more about the Jesse Tree Family Kit.Connect with us on Facebook: Connect with us on Instagram:
Through the generations, a culture has formed in your family. Your culture might be one of connection, and grace, or fun. Maybe your family culture has more regret or apathy than you’d like. Our guest today is Christina Hergenrader. She’s going to help us understand why it's worth our energy to create a culture of grace in our family and how we can take steps to start creating a culture of grace. no matter where we’re starting from.Learn more about Family Trees & Olive Branches: Creating a Culture of Grace in Your Family Connect with us on Facebook: Connect with us on Instagram:
When we think about connecting generations in the church, the goal is simple—to build authentic relationships across generations to lead people to Jesus. That’s what we’re talking about today with our guest, Pastor Ted Doering.Rev. Doering is pastor of Narrative Lutheran Church in Round Rock, Texas. Click here for more info on Ted's book  Myth of the Millennial: Connecting Generations in the ChurchConnect with us on Facebook: Connect with us on Instagram:
Community matters. Rev. Brian Davies joins us to discuss why community is so important, how it can help us overcome feelings of loneliness and isolation and how it keeps us connected to Christ.Rev. Brian Davies is pastor of Lord of Glory Lutheran Church, Grayslake, Il. He is also the author of Connected to Christ: Overcoming Isolation Through Community, available January 2021. 
Each of us will experience grief or loss in our lives. Pastor Kristian Kincaid joins us today to point us to true comfort, even in the midst of our grief.Learn more about Pastor Kincaid's book,  Living with Grief: Bound by Sorrow, Wrapped in Comfort.Living with Grief Online Book StudyConnect with us on Facebook: Connect with us on Instagram:
On this episode, we talk about faith, vocation, Luther, songwriting and more with Grammy-nominated musician, Flame.Connect with us on Facebook: Connect with us on Instagram:
In this episode, we're joined by Dr. Kim Marxhausen. Kim will be walking us through ways that caregivers can better care for themselves, and how we can offer support to our neighbors who are caring for loved ones.If you’re new to this podcast, be sure to hit the subscribe button so you don’t miss an episode.Learn more about caring for caregivers in Dr. Marxhausen's book Weary Joy: The Caregiver's Journey.
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 more
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.
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. 
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 considerations. We’re glad to welcome our friend Rev. Dr. Alfonso Espinosa back to the show. Faith That Sees Through the CultureFaith that Engages the Culture (coming early 2021)
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 Christian. Don is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Concordia University Texas. 
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. Kathryn is the author of Never Forsaken: God’s Mercy in the Midst of Miscarriage.
Are there times you wish you had more courage? Courage to face your fears, courage to stand up for someone who is being mistreated.  Courage to make things, right?We’re joined by Rev. Wayne Palmer, a senior editor at Concordia Publishing House, who will give us hope for the times we need courage.Learn more about Courage that Defies Death: A Bible Study for Youth.
Living freely and learning how to exercise two kingdom citizenship faithfully to God in service to our neighbor are things our world needs now more than ever. Do you agree? What does this look like in practice?On the show today, the Rev. Dr. Greg Seltz is going to help us unpack the tension of two-kingdom citizenship. Greg is the director of the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty in Washington, DC.Looking to go deeper into this topic? Explore Called to Vote: A Christian's Guide to Elections. 
Forgiveness can be a challenging word to define and use. Today we’re joined by our friend Dr. Dan Paavola. Dan is going to help us unpack what forgiveness IS… and what it is not. Dan is a professor of theology at Concordia University Wisconsin. He is also the author of several books including Flowing From the Cross: Six Facets of Forgiveness which will release in November 2020.
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