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Pastor’s appearance on KFUO pt. 2

The audio from Pastor Brown’s (re)appearance from this morning on the St. Louis radio station KFUO is now available for listen and download at this address.

You’ll want to click on the tab “BIBLICAL TEXT STUDY” under “His Time Morning Show” on the left hand side of the page.  He also did the Matins Sermonette, found just under that, as well.

Pastor’s appearance on KFUO

The audio from Pastor Brown’s appearance on the St. Louis radio station KFUO is now available for listen and download at this address.

You’ll want to click on the tab “BIBLICAL TEXT STUDY” under “His Time Morning Show” on the left hand side of the page.  He also did the Matins Sermonette, found just under that, as well.

Sermon: Luke 14:1-11 (September 22nd, 2013)

The Sermon Hymn (“Seek Where You May to Find a Way”) and Sermon* (Luke 14:1-11) for the 17th Sunday after Trinity at Zion Lutheran Church in Lahoma, OK.

Sermon 8: Luke 14:1-11 (September 22, 2013)

Note: We are trying to achieve a better sound quality on these recordings, but this means not using Pastor’s mic headset and instead setting up a mic at the pulpit.  As a result, since he does the Scripture readings at the lectern and not the pulpit, we aren’t able to get the readings recorded.  Therefore we’re changing the format a little bit to incorporate the sermon hymn instead.  Future weeks might be bring further changes – but thanks for hanging in there with us!

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Sermon: Luke 7:11-17 (September 15th, 2013)

The Old Testament (1 Kings 17:17-24), Epistle (Ephesians 3:13-21), and Gospel (Luke 7:11-17) readings for the 16th Sunday after Trinity, followed by Pastor Eric Brown’s homily* on our Gospel text at Zion Lutheran, Lahoma, OK.

Sermon 7: Luke 7:11-17 (September 15th, 2013)

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*Text versions available at Pastor’s blog.

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A Link to the Post: The Weird and Wacky History of Confirmation

confirmAs Pastor Brown discussed the Lutheran practice of Confirmation in last week’s episode, it seems all too appropriate to direct our audience to Pastor Mark Surburg’s blog posts on the history of Confirmation, as reposted by Norm Fisher on the Brother’s of John the Steadfast blog (because it has way better layout and formatting than Surburg’s blog – sorry Pr. Surburg!).  Anyone interested in the practice and its history should find these very worthwhile.

Part I – When there was no Confirmation: the western Church before Nicaea

Part II – When there was no Confirmation in Rome

I’ll try to update with more links as the series proceeds!