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Don't miss a new two-part special from The Lutheran Hour® for Holy Week. Hosted by Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler, Speaker of The Lutheran Hour, these two half-hour programs include dramatic multi-voice readings of the account of the betrayal, death, and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth as recorded in the 26th, 27th, and 28th chapter of Matthew, one of the four ancient biographies of Jesus. Rev. Zeigler and Senior Producer Mark Eischer reflect on the unique features of Matthew's account of history. Part 1 focuses on the events of Holy Thursday; part 2 the events of Good Friday and the resurrection. The program invites listeners into the Passion of Jesus and prompts them to consider the questions of "Who is this Jesus?" and "Why does He matter?"

The special features new original musical arrangements of hymns by internationally known vocalist Erin Bode. These beautiful hymns offer the listener a time of introspection during the holiest season of Christianity.

Narrated by Rev. Zeigler, the program also includes performances by cast members Christy Bond, Rev. Dr. Jason Broge, Jonathan Christopher, Mark Eischer, Dean Evans, Chris Macky, Megan Mehrle, Jeremy Knapp, and John Spangler.

Listen to this special programming now at or wherever you normally listen to The Lutheran Hour podcast. You can also check the broadcast guide to see if they are airing on a radio station near you.

Lutheran Hour Ministries offers several other timely resources at for personal use, small group Bible studies, or family devotion time to help keep your faith conversations going during this important season.

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