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best, c. is a new podcast project from Concordia's Ethnography Lab promoting graduate student research. Host/Producer: John Bryans Creative Producer: Anne-Marie Turcotte Sound Producer: Kris Millett Production Assistants: Adam van Sertima, Pauline Hoebanx, Juan Pablo Neri, John Deidouss
 
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In this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast, author Heidi Goehmann rejoins host Elizabeth Pittman for the third episode in her three-part series on understanding emotions. In the final episode, Heidi talks about practical ways God gives to us to process all our emotions. Order Heidi’s newest book, Emotions & the Gospel: Created for Co…
 
How does this difficult account of the defilement of Dinah continue to offer a timely word to the church of all times and places? Click here for that and more as Dr. German walks us through this heart wrenching chapter for our “Christianity in Genesis” podcasts series.Brian German による
 
Misconceptions about Emotions | Part 2 | Heidi Goehmann In this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast, author Heidi Goehmann rejoins host Elizabeth Pittman to continue discussing the complexities of our emotions and how our Creator helps us to experience them. Order her book Emotions & the Gospel: Created for Connection by visiting cph.…
 
Why is Jacob trying to appease Esau with so many gifts, and just who is Jacob’s wrestling opponent at the end of this chapter? Check out why this section of God’s word continues to be so important for the church today as Dr. German walks us through another segment of “Christianity in Genesis”!Brian German による
 
This episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast features guests Rev. Mark Kiessling and Julianna Shults from LCMS Youth Ministry as they walk through seven practices for creating a healthy youth ministry. Read all of the practices that Mark and Julianna cover in a recent edition of Lutheran Life Magazine by visiting discover.cph.org/lutheran…
 
Jacob is on the run again, Laban wants to set up a covenant, and Rachel steals some household gods—what does it all mean for the Christian church of all times and places? Click here for that and more as Dr. German walks us through another chapter of “Christianity in Genesis”!Brian German による
 
In this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast, author Molly Lackey discusses what it means to confess Jesus and explains how we find our identity in our Creator. Molly's book, Confessing Jesus: The Heart of Being a Lutheran, will be available to pre-order soon at cph.org. Show Notes: Molly Lackey offers a unique perspective on what it m…
 
In this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast, author Heidi Goehmann discusses the complexities of our emotions and how they connect us to our Creator. Pre-order her upcoming book Emotions & the Gospel: Created for Connection by visiting cph.org. Download a preview by visiting books.cph.org/emotions-and-the-gospel. Show Notes: God is em…
 
Show Notes Rev. Philip Krupski, Senior Vice President of Gift Planning Services for the LCMS Foundation, discusses what it looks like for Christians to be faithful and thoughtful stewards of God’s gifts. He also shares a fresh perspective on generosity and its implications on our daily life, as well as some ideas about vocation in terms of being go…
 
Peter Reske returns to the Podcast to take in an in-depth look at themes found in Baptismal hymns. Learn more about the Lutheran Service Book and the Lutheran Service Book Companion to the Hymns. Abut the Guest Peter C. Reske, senior editor of music/worship at Concordia Publishing House, holds degrees in English literature and historical musicology…
 
In this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast, host Elizabeth Pittman sits down with Rev. Dr. Reed Lessing to discuss his upcoming book, Deliver Us: God’s Rescue Story in Exodus. Reed talks about the greatest parts of the book of Exodus, how we can relate it to our lives, and what the freedom described in Exodus means for us today. Find…
 
Have you ever wondered why there are twelve tribes of Israel, and what in the world is going on with Jacob’s sheep breeding techniques? Check out this podcast for that and more as we tackle another chapter of “Christianity in Genesis”!Brian German による
 
Why does Genesis focus so much on wells, and how do Rachel and Leah give us a nice picture of the church of all times and places? Click here for this and more as Dr. German walks us through another segment of “Christianity in Genesis”!Brian German による
 
Measured by Grace | Sharla Fritz Author Sharla Fritz joins host Elizabeth Pittman during this episode of the Concordia Publishing House Podcast to discuss the ideas behind her upcoming Bible study, Measured by Grace: How God Defines Success. When we feel lost or like we are failing, Sharla encourages Christians to remember how God values us as His …
 
Why does this chapter put so much focus on marriage, and how does “Jacob’s ladder” give us a great picture of the Christian church of all times and places? Check out our latest episode of “Christianity in Genesis” for that and more!Brian German による
 
This is part 2 of a two-part episode. In this part, we're continuing our conversation with media practitioner and artist-researcher Prakash Krishnan from "Do The Kids Know?" We explore Instagram as a tool of community building and visual culture as a medium for empowerment.Contributors: Dean's Office, "Best, Concordia" Podcast, and the Ethnography …
 
During this episode of the Concordia Publishing House Podcast, Rev. Dr. Chris Kennedy discusses his upcoming book, Grace Under Pressure: Responding Faithfully to Stress, with host Elizabeth Pittman. Chris talks about releasing his second book with CPH and shares what led him to write about the grace Jesus showed on the cross. Find out more about Ch…
 
Why would Jacob deceive his own father, and how do both Jacob and Esau give us a nice picture of the church of all times and places? Click here for that and more as Dr. German walks us through another chapter of “Christianity in Genesis”!Brian German による
 
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