It is not simply pleasant when brothers dwell in unity. It is also good. When pastors are in accord, it is good for holding off the attacks of the devil, for building up God’s people, and for strengthening the mission of the church. How have local councils and pastoral synods historically served the unity of the church? How do today’s pastoral conferences and circuit meetings fit into this picture? Join us as we consider the importance of unity at the local level.

Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn Heide

Guest: Rev. David Buchs, Pastor of Concordia Lutheran Church, Fair Haven, MN

Episode: 122

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  1. S. James says:

    Dear all,
    Thank you for your podcasts. Could you please cite the source of the quotations that are read before and after the forum discussions after they are read? This was done in earlier episodes, but not lately and I’m curious as to who authored them and the larger context of the quotations.
    God’s blessings on this new year,
    Sara

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