Issues Etc. — Talk Radio for Holy Week

March 26th, 2012 Post by

Dear Friend of Issues, Etc.,

Lenten greetings to you!

We have produced a special church bulletin insert to be included for the weekend of Palm Sunday, April 1. The bulletin insert contains information about Issues, Etc.’s Holy Week programs and for our 24/7 sacred music internet station, Lutheran Public Radio.

Click here to download, then print and make copies of the bulletin insert.

If you have any questions, please send an email to talkback@issuesetc.org.

Thanks for your support!

Jeff Schwarz, General Manager
Issues, Etc./Lutheran Public Radio

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Talk Radio for Holy Week
April 2-9

The Events of Holy Week
Dr. Paul Maier of Western Michigan University

The Last Supper According to Luke’s Gospel
Dr. Arthur Just of Concordia Theological Seminary

The Last Words of Jesus from the Cross
Pr. Bill Cwirla of Holy Trinity Lutheran-Hacienda Heights, CA

The Passion of Christ
Dr. Norman Nagel of Concordia Seminary

The Hymn, “O Sacred Head Now Wounded”
Pr. Will Weedon of St. Paul Lutheran-Hamel, IL

Luther on the Passion of Christ
Pr. Paul McCain of Concordia Publishing House

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