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The Pastor’s Marriage

The marriage of a pastor, like any man, shapes him and impacts his work.  In this episode, we discuss Loehe’s reflections on the pastor’s marriage.  Is celibacy a higher calling?  How does the biblical qualification of “husband of one wife” relate to a widower or a divorced man?  Is the calling of the pastor’s wife different from other wives?  Join us as we continue our discussion of Loehe’s book “The Pastor.”

Host: Rev. Willie Grills

Regular Guests: Rev. Adam Koontz and Rev. David Appold

Episode: 65

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Headship

Jesus Christ is our ascended King, the living head of the Church.  How do we understand the concept of Christ being the head?  Does headship also apply to government and family?  Join us as we discuss the Biblical doctrine of headship and its implications for our society today.

Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn Heide

Episode: 64

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Walther on Marriage


Marriage is a perpetual source of joy and frustration in and outside the church. Today we look at how C.F.W. Walther discussed what makes a marriage and what unmakes a marriage, who should marry whom, and who shouldn’t be married at all. We delve into the relationship between marriage and the public good, especially how a minister’s marriage affects everything else in his life and his church.

Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn Heide
Regular Guest: Rev. Adam Koontz
Episode: 30

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