Episode 227: March 29th, 2013

[ download lowfi version ] [ download hifi version ] This week on HT-Radio Pr. Borghardt and Jon Kohlmeier talk about the Triduum. They begin with Maundy Thursday and talk about the mandate given [...]

The Church Year: Pointing to Jesus for You

The church year points to and flows from the Triduum. These three days from Maundy Thursday evening to Easter Sunday Evening. Jon Kohlmeier gives an overview of the Church year and how it's all [...]

Retreat: Sex is for Marriage. Jesus is for Sinners.

Pr. Buetow will be speaking at a Higher Things Retreat in South Dakota from August 9-10. Find out more here.

Bible 101 – Ep. 38: Review and Overview of the NT

This week on Bible 101, Pr. Buetow guides us through an overview of the New Testament.

Easter 2013 Reflections Now Available

Higher Things is pleased to offer Daily Reflections for the Easter Season, March 31 through May 18, 2013.These reflections are now available to download and print in a variety of formats.

The Holy Week Difference: Judas vs. Peter

Judas and Peter - what was so different about their sins? Pr. Buetow explains that there isn't a big difference between their sins. The difference is in where they went to church and the [...]

What Does it Take to be Christian in 2013?

Today, Pr. Borghardt answers a question on what it takes to be good Christian and go to heaven in 2013. He explains how it takes Jesus. Jesus during holy week, His death and resurrection [...]

Episode 226: March 22nd, 2013

[ download lowfi version ] [ download hifi version ] Next week is Holy Week. In episode 226 of HT-Radio, Pr. Buetow and Jon (recording from Iowa) talk about the first couple days of Holy Week. [...]

Bible 101 – Ep. 37: Between the Testaments

Pr. Buetow finished going through the Old Testament! This week, he talks about the time between the Old Testament and the New Testament.

Habetis Papam – Y’all Have a Pope

The big news item last week was that the Roman Catholic Church elected a new pope. How do Lutheran youth and Lutheran's in general respond to this? Pr. Borghardt has some suggestions.