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Loehe on Catechesis

Catechesis literally means echoing back and forth, a question and answer of the basic truths of the faith.  Loehe continues his discussion of the work of a pastor by discussing the method, form, and content of catechesis, as well as how it relates to the life of the church.

Host: Rev. Zelwyn Heide

Regular Guest: Rev. David Appold

Episode: 73

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Bible Histories and Catechesis

One of the goals of catechesis is Biblical literacy, and one of the best ways to obtain it is through the use of Bible histories. Whether the setting is in confirmation, homeschooling, the home, or even just in personal improvement, these somewhat lost treasures provide an easy method for pastors, teachers, and parents alike.

Some of the resources mentioned include the Advanced Bible History by A.C. Stellhorn and the updated version Concordia’s Bible History.

Host: Rev. Zelwyn Heide

Regular Guest: Rev. Aaron Uphoff

Episode: 67

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Walther on Confirmation


What is confirmation, and why do so many people care so much about it? We look at what Walther said about confirmation, youth ministry, and the wisdom of providing clear instruction for faith and life to young Christians.

Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn Heide
Regular Guest: Rev. Adam Koontz
Episode: 33

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