Lutheran Weekly: The Podcast
As part of LCMSPastor.com’s commitment to providing resources for Lutheran pastors and churches, we’ve decided to make those resources available through a weekly podcast. Would you like to learn more about the resources available out there? Would you like to hear about them straight from the makers of those resources? Do you have a resource available that you’d like to talk about? Would you like to share or hear other information about what’s going on among Lutherans?
Each podcast will feature Pastor Dale Critchley interviewing a pastor or layman who has a resource available that might be of interest to you. Whether it be a Bible Study, a curriculum, or a website (Yes, there are lots of other great Lutheran websites out there!), you can learn more about it and its creator by listening. We will also feature musicians, software developers, people involved in other Lutheran programs, missionaries, chaplains, RSO’s, etc. Some of our guests will not be Lutheran, like software developers, but they will have products of interest to Lutherans.
We will also talk about using various technologies in ministry (Seems oddly appropriate, huh?) and offer tips and help in the implementation of such technology.
I’m also looking for other content ideas. If you have any additional content suggestions, we’d love to hear from you.
If podcasting sounds threatening to you, or you just don’t want every episode, all episodes will be available for download from this page.
This podcast is about the only way to use LCMSPastor.com safely while you’re driving! NOTE! You do not need an iPod to listen to podcasts. It’s just the most popular way, and iPods have certain extra features, but you can subscribe via the free iTunes or iPodder. We recommend iTunes for its simplicity and integration. Or listen with your browser, or burn it to a CD-RW to listen later!
Note: Most of the items discussed on the podcast have not been through Synod’s doctrinal review process, but most of our resources will be produced by LCMS pastors or other professional church workers, exceptions including software developers.
Finally, we will not devote airtime/bandwidth to political organizations within Synod.