Podcast: The Concordia Publishing House Podcast

Insights into Healthy Youth Ministry | Rev. Mark Kiessling and Julianna Shults

In this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast, Rev. Mark Kiessling and Julianna Shults from the LCMS Youth Ministry office join host Elizabeth Pittman to discuss facilitating healthy youth ministry practices, as well as their new book, Seven Practices of Healthy Youth Ministry, which outlines their insights into this topic Get a copy of…

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Isaiah 1-12 – Concordia Commentary | Rev. Dr. Andrew Bartelt

Rev. Dr. Andrew Bartelt joins this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast to discuss the newest volume of the Concordia Commentary series he wrote, which covers Isaiah 1-12. Andy talks about how the first 12 chapters fit into the entirety of the book of Isaiah, and how they fit into the Old Testament overall. …

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Leading by Faith | Jim Sanft

In this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast, host Elizabeth Pittman speaks with Jim Sanft, new author and CEO and president of Concordia Plan Services. In his new book with CPH, Leading by Faith: Practical Insights for Christian Leaders, Jim shares his reflections along his leadership journey as a means of encouraging you on…

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Explore Historic Christian Symbols | Edward Riojas

On this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast, Edward Riojas joins us as our guest to discuss his new book A Complete Guide to Christian Symbols. Edward dives into the importance and history behind sacred symbols and how they can deepen our faith.  Get a copy of his book at cph.org/christiansymbols.  Show Notes Listen…

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Easter Hymns | Part 2 | Peter Reske

Easter Hymns | Part 2 | Peter Reske In this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast, Peter Reske, senior editor of Music/Worship at Concordia Publishing House, returns to share his insight into some of his favorite hymns during the Easter season. Peter highlights three hymns and discusses the themes found in each piece.  …

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Caring for Church Workers | Rev. Dr. Gregory Walton and Rev. Thomas Eggebrecht

On this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast, Rev. Dr. Gregory Walton and Rev. Thomas Eggebrecht join as guests to discuss the importance of caring for the health and well-being of our church workers. Greg is the vice president of Grace Place Wellness Ministries, a part of the Lutheran Church Extension Fund (LCEF), and…

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Assurance for Times of Change | Pastor Christopher M. Kennedy

On this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast, Pastor Chris Kennedy joins host Elizabeth Pittman to preview his newest book, Unfailing: God’s Assurance for Times of Change. Pastor Kennedy talks with Elizabeth about finding hope in God’s Word during the big changes we experience throughout life. Get a copy of Unfailing at cph.org/unfailing.   Show…

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Addressing Life Issues with Youth | Michelle Bauman from Y4Life

On this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast, guest Michelle Bauman joins Elizabeth Pittman to discuss life issues and how she helps youth address these topics from a Gospel-centered perspective. Michelle is the director of Y4Life, an organization that seeks to equip high-school- and college-aged youth to be Gospel-motivated voices for life.  Learn more…

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Unforgivable? | Ted Kober and Mark Rockenbach

On this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast, co-authors Ted Kober and Mark Rockenbach join host Elizabeth Pittman to discuss their new book, Unforgivable? How God’s Forgiveness Transforms Our Lives. The trio talks about how unforgiveness is a prison – mentally, emotionally, and spiritually – and dive into what true forgiveness from Christ looks…

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The Gospel of Mark | Rev. Dr. James Voelz

Rev. Dr. James Voelz joins host Elizabeth Pittman on the first episode of season 5 of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast. Dr. Voelz is the author of two volumes of the Concordia Commentary Series on the Gospel of Mark. During the episode, Dr. Voelz shares an overview of Mark as well as some of the…

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