Word and Work: Art, Faith, and the Cross

In the first half of Word and Work: An Intersection, Concordia Seminary, St. Louis President Dr. Dale A. Meyer chats with Rev. Bob and Sarah Bernhardt in the middle of an art exhibition in the Seminary’s Kristine Kay Hasse Memorial Library. The exhibition, which was curated by Sarah, was part of the 2018 Theological Symposium. The three discuss Rev. Bernhardt’s ministry as pastor of youth and family at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in St. Louis, Mo., and Sarah’s as the director of the Intersect Arts Center, which is housed at Holy Cross. The Bernhardts share how they are reaching out to youth and families in the neighborhood. In the second half of the program, Rev. Bernhardt’s chapel sermon from the Theological Symposium is shared.

You can download the episode in video (mp4) or audio (mp3) format at the Word and Work Scholar page.

Word and Work: An Intersection is a video and audio program providing a behind-the-scenes look at ministry where everyday life and God’s Word meet. It is broadcast on KFUO Radio every Thursday at 2:00 pm CT.

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  1. Kim May November 30, 2018
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    Thank you for this program. Enjoyed listening to Pastor and Sarah Bernhardt. Appreciate their ministry. You guys said that you could find the artwork online, but I could not find it at the website you’ve said. I could be totally missing it. Is there an exact address I can go to see various pieces that were on display?

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