The Student Union from KFUO Radio

The Student Union from KFUO Radio

The Student Union is a show for college students, as well as all those who work with, love, and care for them. Join us each week as we explore the many and diverse issues that college students face as well as offer ideas and support for everyone engaged in campus ministry in and around the collegiate community. The Student Union is produced by the LCMS Office of National Mission.... Show More

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September 16, 2020 25 min
Andy Bates, Program Director for KFUO Radio, and Rev. Robert Zagore, Executive Director of the LCMS Office of National Mission, drop into the Student Union for one final time to talk about making disciples for life on college campuses. 
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Dr. Joseph Western, assistant professor of history at College of the Ozarks near Branson, Missouri, stops in to The Student Union to talk about why it's important for Christians to do history well. To learn more about the LCMS U chapter at College of the Ozarks, e-mail Dr. Western at jwestern@cofo.edu. Learn more about College of the Ozarks at cofo.edu. This is a rebraodcast from February 12, 2020.
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How do you speak the truth in love to your LGBTQ neighbors? Rev. Dr. Mark Wood, director of Witness and Outreach in the LCMS Office of National Mission talk about it in The Student Union. Learn more about the Every One His Witness resources at everyonehiswitness.org. This is a rebroadcast from November 20, 2019.
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Michelle Bauman, Director of Y4Life for Lutherans for Life, drops in to The Student Union to talk about the role of vaccines through the lens of life. Learn more about Lutherans for Life at lutheransforlife.org and Y4Life at y4life.org. This is a rebroadcast from June 24, 2020.
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August 19, 2020 25 min
Is the Bible believable? Vicar Rob Schrader at Trinity Lutheran Church in Norman, OK, serving students at the University of Oklahoma, tackles this question in The Student Union. Learn more about campus ministry at OU and download the pdf of Vicar Schrader’s presentation at tlcnorman.org/lcmsu. This is a rebroadcast from November 6, 2019.
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Deaconess Tiffany Manor, LCMS Director of Life Ministry, drops in to The Student Union to talk about life issues and campus ministry. Learn more about LCMS Life Ministry at lcms.org/how-we-serve/mercy/life-ministry. This is a rebroadcast from July 1, 2020.
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Rev. David Kind, Pastor at University Lutheran Chapel in Minneapolis, MN,  serving students at the University of Minnesota, drops in to The Student Union to talk about systemic change, anarchy, and original sin. Learn about University Lutheran Chapel at ulcmn.com. This is a rebroadcast from June 10, 2020.
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Mrs. Kaitlin Sheridan of Harrison, MI, drops in to The Student Union to reminisce about her time on the podcast as the first guest five years ago, and how campus ministry and her life have changed since then.
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Rev. Daniel Anderson, pastor of Calvary Lutheran Chapel in Madison, Wisconsin, serving students at the University of Wisconsin, drops in to The Student Union to talk about the history and legacy of LCMS campus ministry. Learn more about Calvary Chapel at calvarymadison.org.
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Dr. Matthew Phillips, Professor of History at Concordia University Nebraska in Seward, NE, drops in to The Student Union to talk about what we can learn from the Black Death. See his profile at cune.edu, read his blog at cune.edu, and watch some of his classes either on YouTube or Bitchute.
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Rev. Heath Curtis, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Worden, IL and Zion Lutheran Church in Carpenter, IL, and LCMS Coordinator for Stewardship Ministry, drops in to The Student Union to talk about the vocation of a college student and how it relates to the Good Samaritan. Learn more about LCMS Stewardship at lcms.org/stewardship.
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Deaconess Tiffany Manor, LCMS Director of Life Ministry, drops in to The Student Union to talk about life issues and campus ministry. Learn more about LCMS Life Ministry at lcms.org/how-we-serve/mercy/life-ministry.
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Michelle Bauman, Director of Y4Life for Lutherans for Life, drops in to The Student Union to talk about the role of vaccines through the lens of life. Learn more about Lutherans for Life at lutheransforlife.org and Y4Life at y4life.org.
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Rev. Michael Salemink, Executive Director of Mission and Ministry for Lutherans for Life, drops in to The Student Union to talk about the sanctity of life in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Learn more about resources and opportunities with Lutherans for Life at lutheransforlife.org.
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Rev. David Kind, Pastor at University Lutheran Chapel in Minneapolis, MN,  serving students at the University of Minnesota, drops in to The Student Union to talk about systemic change, anarchy, and original sin. Learn about University Lutheran Chapel at ulcmn.com.
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Rev. Justin Herman, Senior Pastor of University Lutheran Church in West Lafayette, IN, serving students at Purdue University, drops in to The Student Union to talk about how we as the church can care for our neighbors during the COVID-19 crisis. Learn more about University Lutheran Church at ulupurdue.org.
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Rev. Marty Marks, pastor at Immanuel Lutheran Church and Student Center in DeKalb, IL, serving students at Northern Illinois University, drops in to The Student Union to talk about how the Ten Commandments are relevant during Easter season and the wisdom we can gain from them during time of pandemic. Learn more about Immanuel DeKalb at immanueldekalb.com.
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Rev. Sean Daenzer, Director of Worship for the LCMS and chaplain of the LCMS International Center, drops in to the Student Union to talk about repentance, prayer, and joyful hymnody in times of plague and pestilence. Learn more about Pastor Daenzer on lcms.org, find the "Propers in Time of Pestilence" at blogs.lcms.org/2020/propers-in-time-of-pestilence, and find the latest LCMS resources related to the coronavirus at lcms....
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Dr. Matthew Phillips, Professor of History at Concordia University Nebraska in Seward, NE, drops in to The Student Union to talk about what we can learn from the Black Death. See his profile at cune.edu, read his blog at cune.edu, and watch some of his classes either on YouTube or Bitchute.
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Rev. Heath Curtis, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Worden, IL and Zion Lutheran Church in Carpenter, IL, and LCMS Coordinator for Stewardship Ministry, drops in to The Student Union to talk about the vocation of a college student and how it relates to the Good Samaritan. Learn more about LCMS Stewardship at lcms.org/stewardship.
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