Lutheran Radio and Video Online
Worship Anew is a 30 minute Lutheran television worship service. It includes the readings for the day, prayers, and a Lutheran pastor delivering a message that is one-on-one to the viewer. Also included are up to four choir selections. Each program is closed captioned for the hearing impaired. Click here To visit Worship Anew and view its online services.
Lutheran Hour Ministries (LHM) is a Christian outreach ministry supporting churches worldwide. LHM produces Christian radio and TV programming for broadcast, as well as Internet and print outreach materials, to reach unchurched people around the world. To visit the Lutheran Hour website or listen to its online radio broadcast, click on the Lutheran Hour banner.
Issues, Etc. offers excellent, in-depth, Lutheran discussions on theology and social issues. It offers online streaming and an extensive archive of radio broadcasts. To visit the Issues, Etc. website or listen to its online radio broadcast, click on the Issues, Etc. banner.
If you are looking for Christian programming that is truly Christ Centered and proclaims the good news of Christ’s death and resurrection for your sins, then you will find Pirate Christian Radio (PCR) to be a refreshing online radio broadcast. To listen, click on the PCR banner.
Rev. Dr. Scott Murray, Senior Pastor at Memorial Lutheran Church in Houston, TX, writes a daily devotion you can receive by email each morning during the work week. To subscribe to this devotion, click here – Memorial Moments
Lutheran Reference and Study Materials
Project Wittenberg is home to works by and about Martin Luther and other Lutherans. The website offers all manner of texts from short quotations to commentaries, hymns to statements of faith, theological treatises to biographies, and links to other places where words and images from the history of Lutheranism live. To visit the Project Wittenberg website, click on Luther’s banner.
The Book of Concord website offers full access to the confessions of the Lutheran Church, historical information, and cross reference materials. It is a very informative research and study site for anyone interested in learning more about the confessions of the Lutheran Church. To visit the website, click on The Book of Concord banner.
To read the online blogs written by confessional Lutheran Pastors and scholars click on one of the banners below.