“A New Reformation?” — with guests Rev. Dr. Gary Zieroth and Rev. Philip Hoppe.
About Andy Bates
Andy Bates, Director of Programming, began his broadcasting career in 1993 at a small station in Park Hills, MO. Andy earned a Bachelor of Arts in communication/theatre with a minor in theology at Concordia University Chicago. He also earned a Master of Arts in Religion and a Director of Christian Education (DCE) certificate. He has served in parish education, youth and family ministry, outdoor ministry and higher education. Andy joined the KFUO staff as producer and host of Faith & Family in 2013. Andy and his wife, Lauren, who is also a DCE, are the proud parents of Oscar.
The Youth Poll — with guest Terry Dittmer of the Youth Ministry.
“Sunday School: Helpful or Hurtful” with Tom Nummela of Concordia Publishing House.
“History of the Reformation for Families” with guest Dr. Daniel van Voorhis of Concordia University in Irvine, Texas
“Lutheran Heritage Museum” with guest Carla Jordan, the Director of the Lutheran Heritage Center and Museum.
“CPH Resources for Reformation” with guest Peggy Kuethe, an editor at CPH.
“Lutherans immigrating to the US for Religious Freedom” with guest Lynda Lorenz from Saxon Lutheran Memorial.
“Lutheran Residential Education” with guest Rev. Paul Mehl from St. Paul Lutheran High School in Concordia, Missouri.
“Why classical Lutheran Schools are a good choice for education” with guest Rev. Dr. Matt Hoehner from the Eagle College Prep Charter School.
“Why classical Lutheran High Schools are a good choice for education” with guests Tim Brackman, Principal of Lutheran High School North, and Brian Ryherd, Principal of Lutheran High School South.
- Current Programs
- Concord Matters
- Cross Defense
- Free To Be Faithful
- Issues, Etc.
- Law and Gospel
- Let’s Talk! The Pastor Is In
- Moments of Assurance: Weekend Edition
- Morning Prayer Sermonette
- Sharper Iron
- St. Paul’s Des Peres Bible Study
- The Student Union
- Thy Strong Word
- World Lutheran News Digest
- Wrestling With the Basics
Short form programs: