A Listener Supported Broadcast Ministry of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod
Listen to Rev. Kenneth Bomberger give meditations on the day’s scripture lessons.
Find web only specials, breaking news, updates from program hosts and LCMS Synod leaders, and everything else you need to stay informed.
Law and Gospel is a live theological talk program hosted by Rev. Tom Baker on KFUO Radio.
Hear a guest pastor give a short sermonette based on the day's Daily Lectionary New Testament text.
Wrestling With the Basics (WWB) a humorous approach to Bible Study hosted by Rev. John Lukomski and Rev. Matt Clark.
Thy Strong Word is a daily in-depth study of the books of the Bible with host Rev. AJ Espinosa and guest pastors from across the country. Thy Strong Word is graciously underwritten by the Lutheran Heritage Foundation and produced by the LCMS Office of National Mission.
Challenge your theological synapses with Rev. Tyrel Bramwell, Admission Counselor at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and author of the book Come in, We are Closed, as he talks about curious topics to excite the imagination, equip the mind, and comfort the soul with God’s ordering of the world in the Law and Gospel. Send him your questions on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter @tyrelbramwell, or at tyrelbramwell.com. You can find his videos at youtube.com/c/tyrelbramwell.
Pull out your Book of Concord and join a lively discussion of the Lutheran Confessions. Each week, host Rev. Sean Smith and guest pastors take an in-depth look at passages from parts of the Book of Concord so you can have a deeper understanding of your Lutheran faith.
Free to be Faithful is a religious liberty, education, and awareness program created by the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod in response to increasing governmental and societal incursions into religious life.
World Lutheran News Digest is an audio news magazine bringing you a look at significant events in worldwide Lutheranism.
Sharper Iron, hosted by Rev. Timothy Appel, looks at the text of Holy Scripture both in its broad context and its narrow detail, all for the sake of proclaiming Christ crucified and risen for sinners. Two pastors engage with God’s Word to sharpen not only their own faith and knowledge, but the faith and knowledge of all who listen. Sharper Iron is underwritten by Lutheran Church Extension Fund, where your investments help support the work of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. Visit lcef.org.
As you grab your morning coffee (and pastry, let’s be honest), join hosts Andy Bates and Sarah Gulseth as they bring you stories of the intersection of Lutheran life and a secular world. Catch real-life stories of mercy work of the LCMS and partners, updates from missionaries across the ocean, behind the scenes encounters from the International Center, and practical talk about how to live boldly Lutheran. The Coffee Hour is underwritten by Concordia University Wisconsin. Live Uncommon. Learn ...
Join the pastors and people of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Des Peres, MO, in studying and applying the Scripture readings that will be featured the following Sunday in most Lutheran churches. Learn more about St. Paul’s Des Peres at stpaulsdesperes.org.
The Student Union is a show for college students, as well as all those who work with, love, and care for them. Join us each week as we explore the many and diverse issues that college students face as well as offer ideas and support for everyone engaged in campus ministry in and around the collegiate community. The Student Union is produced by the LCMS Office of National Mission.
Let's Talk is for lay people with no special religious education who have questions and seek guidance. They need answers in a language they can understand. Imagine sitting on your front porch and having a casual discussion with your pastor about any sort of questions. That's what we'll do each week with a guest pastor.
Have you scrolled through your podcasts, searching for one that catches your ear - a place you can escape to with inviting conversations, laughter, and fellowship with your Lutheran sisters? Look no further! Join Sarah, Erin, Rachel, and Bri on the sofa in the Lutheran Ladies Lounge, a podcast oasis for you, dear sisters, to sit, rest your feet, and stay a while. And on the way out, we’ll check your lipstick. The Lutheran Ladies Lounge is produced by KFUO Radio and available wherever you get ...
Moments of Assurance on KFUO Radio is your time to meditate on the Word of God, proclaimed by Rev. Mark Hawkinson. Moments of Assurance is graciously underwritten by Mid-American Coaches.
Listen to the text and sermon from Daily Chapel services from The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod International Center in Kirkwood, MO. Find the Chapel schedule at kfuo.org/daily-chapel-schedule. Daily Chapel is underwritten by the LCMS Office of International Mission and LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces. Learn more at international.lcms.org and lcms.org/armedforces.
Chaplains play an important role in the lives of people who are hurting, distressed, or in challenging situations. They serve alongside first responders, in hospitals or other institutions, with the military, in prisons and jails, and in other situations. Hear from nine individuals about their journeys into chaplaincy, how they serve, and how they bring the love of Christ to those in need. This podcast is produced in partnership with the LCMS Office of National Mission.
By The Way (BTW) is a daily devotional thought heard on radio stations around the globe. Listener's call BTW the best minute on radio, and identify with the simple, down-to-earth thoughts finding them inspiring. Listeners write to say that their faith in Jesus Christ is strengthened as they are reminded of God's goodness and the BTW program encourages them to live according to God's plan.
Pastor Wayne Lawrence of St. James Lutheran Church in University City, Mo., joins host Kip Allen on the front porch to talk about when a loved one dies outside of the faith.
https://kfuo-od.streamguys1.com/recast/thy-strong-word/20200925133625-TSW_Sep_25_2020.mp3 Download Audio File Rev. Robert Paul, pastor of Memorial Lutheran Church in Houston, Texas, joins host Rev. AJ Espinosa to study 1 Samuel 19. “Let not the king sin against his servant David, because he has not sinned against you, and because his deeds have bro…
Rev. Robert Paul, pastor of Memorial Lutheran Church in Houston, Texas, joins host Rev. AJ Espinosa to study 1 Samuel 19. “Let not the king sin against his servant David, because he has not sinned against you, and because his deeds have brought good to you.” Jonathan and Michal both prove their love for David in chapter 19 as they risk their own li…
In today's News: A church gets its day in court Attorneys for Pastor John MacArthur and Grace Community Church prevailed in yet another hearing yesterday in Los Angeles Superior Court, arguing that MacArthur and the church are entitled to a full trial on the merits of their challenge to the constitutionality of the government shut-down orders and t…
In this episode, Rachel leads Sarah, Erin, and Bri — together with special guest Kaye Wolff — in a recap discussion of the latest Lutheran Ladies’ Book Club selection: Rosa Young’s autobiography Light in the Dark Belt. What were Dr. Rosa J. Young and her Jim Crow South world really like? How did she understand the connection between education, fait…
Pastor Baker discusses theological distinctions between Law & Gospel. Today's topics of discussion are listener questions on Open Mic Friday.
Rev. James Preus, pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church in Ottumwa, IA, joins host Rev. Timothy Appel to study Proverbs 17:7-24. Solomon continues to teach the benefit of the way of divine wisdom in contrast to the harm that comes from following the way of folly. The mouth speaks from the overflow of the heart. Each of us must examine, then, both what …
Rev. Kenneth Bomberger gives today's prayerful thought based on the day's Scripture readings.
Today’s sermonette based on Matthew 3:1-17 is given by Rev. Dr. Adam Filipek. This is a rebroadcast from September 25, 2017.
Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison, President of the LCMS, joins Andy and Sarah during our series on hobbies to talk about his love of collecting old books and doing German translation, what he finds exciting and challenging about doing this work, and what we can learn from these written words of our Lutheran history. Find all the episodes in our series …
Dr. Kevin Armbrust speaks with Southern District President Rev. Eric Johnson about the damage left in the wakes of Hurricanes Laura and Sally. Give to the Southern District disaster response at southernlcms.org, or find donation information at lcms.org/disaster.
What is the foundation for discussion of Concord within the Christian Church? What does unity look like in the Christian Church? How is such unity preserved? How do we handle disunity, heterodoxy, and heresy in the Church? Where would be a good “first-step” place to go in the Book of Concord to help us handle these matters? Rev. David Wiist, pastor…
Pr. Bramwell talks about religion with Rev. Dr. Adam Koontz, Assistant Professor of Exegetical Theology at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, IN. What is a religion? Are religions bad? How many religions are there? Find out the answer to these questions and more during this episode. Host Rev. Tyrel Bramwell, Admission Counselor at Concor…
Today Pastor Glen Thomas looks at the readings for September 27, the Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost, Series A in the Three Year Lectionary. The Old Testament and Gospel lessons emphasize repentance, with God in Ezekiel 18 calling for His people to return to Him and Jesus in the Gospel lesson (Matt. 21) emphasizing the baptism and ministry of Jo…
Today's program looks at Matthew 16, beginning at verse 13.
A judge gave undercover journalist David Daleiden 14 days to raise $600,000 to appeal or have all his assets seized by Planned Parenthood. Peter Breen, Vice President and Senior Counsel of the Thomas More Society, explains what happened.
Andy Bates, Program Director for KFUO Radio, and Rev. Robert Zagore, Executive Director of the LCMS Office of National Mission, drop into the Student Union for one final time to talk about making disciples for life on college campuses.