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Rosebrough's Ramblings Thru Genesis - Genesis 2 Part 2

Rosebrough’s Ramblings Thru Genesis – Genesis 2 Part 2

Your browser does not support the HTML 5 audio tag. Click Here to Download this episode Program segments: • Rosebrough’s Ramblings Thru Genesis – Genesis 2 Part 2 Email your questions or comments to: Fighting for the Faith is…
Quick Summaries for mid November 2015: Overcoming False Dichotomies

Quick Summaries for mid November 2015: Overcoming False Dichotomies

Quick Summaries are pithy paragraph-long reviews of releases that cross our QBR desk.  These are reviews for when you don’t have all day  to decide whether a resource is worth your time, money, storage space, or trouble. Ross, Melanie C. Foreword by Mark A. Noll. Evangelical Versus Liturgical? Defying a Dichotomy. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2014. 149 Pages. Paper. $17.00. (L)Ludwig, David J. and Mary R. Jacob. Christian Concepts for Care: Understanding and Helping People with Mental Health Issues. St. Louis: Concordia, 2014. 304 Pages. Paper. $24.99. (Currently on sale for $21.99.) (LHPN)Music, David W. and Paul Westermeyer. Church Music in the United States 1760-1901. St. Louis: MorningStar Music Publishers, 2014. Published in partnership with the . . . Read All

Check Out the D Min Program at Fort Wayne, by Pr. Rossow

I completed the D Min program at Concordia Theological Seminary a few years back and it was one of the highlights of my pastoral career. They have recently revamped the program and it looks great. I cannot recommend it highly enough. I never felt burnt out or that I was just treading water in the Lord’s ministry but when I started taking classes in the D Min program I was greatly energized and motivated for my last twenty years or so of service to the Lord. I probably was a little worn out and didn’t realize it. (You can click here for details on the program.) Check out the list of classes offered in the program and I . . . Read All
Hymnody Review: Getty Music

Hymnody Review: Getty Music

Getty, Keith and Kristyn Getty. The Greengrass Session: Six Hymns from the Old World and the New Limited Edition EP. Nashville: Getty Music Label LLC, 2014. Audio CD. $10.00. (H)The latest album from Keith and Kristyn Getty is an EP, an Extended Play recording too long to be a “single,” yet too short (29:05) to be considered a full studio album (what we used to call an “LP”). It is well worth your time to listen to these seven tracks. The GreenGrass SessionKeith & Kristyn Getty (2014) Brand new, limited edition EP from Keith and Kristyn Getty featuring My Worth Is Not in What I Own – the new hymn written by Keith and Kristyn . . . Read All

Today’s Chapel Homily

On Colossians 2:11ff. and Augsburg Confession, Article IX. It was surely one of the shockers of the Reformation when Lutherans found fellow Christians ready to dump the Baptism of infants and doing so because they decided that Baptism was, after all, something we do and it can only have value and worth if we do it with our noggins fully engaged. Once again, grownups getting in the way, blocking the little ones from coming to Jesus to receive His blessing. Telling them: Not yet. You can’t appreciate His embrace until you can think it through for yourself. Paul in todays’ reading significantly likens Baptism in the New Covenant to circumcision in the Old. But as always the Old was piecemeal. . . Read All

Time to Regroup

24 Then they passed through Pisidia and came to Pamphylia. 25 And when they had spoken the word in Perga, they went down to Attalia, 26 and from there they sailed to Antioch, where they had been commended to the grace of God for the work that they had …
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