500 Years of Grace

On October 31st, 1517, Martin Luther posted 95 Theses for debate on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany (the church door served as the bulletin board for the University in town).  These 95 statements questioned the practice of selling papers called "indulgences" in order to forgive sins and/or lessen time spent in purgatory. In years that followed, Martin Luther led a reformation, which led people back to the true teachings of the Bible: law, gospel, and salvation given as a free gift from God through faith in Jesus as the Savior of the world. We praise God for the work of Martin Luther and the other reformers, for the 500 years of grace since that time, but especially for the grace he has shown by rescuing us from our sins and their eternal consequences, and instead promising us eternal life in heaven!

Join us as we explore the "Alone"-s of the Reformation:

October 15th: Christ Alone

October 22nd: Grace Alone

October 29th: Faith Alone

November 5th: Scripture Alone


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