What does it mean to be a Lutheran Christian? Martin Luther sparked the Reformation when he nailed his protest to the door of the Castle Church in 1517. That protest had the one goal: bring the church back to the foundation of the Bible. To be a Lutheran Christian means to base our teaching and practice on the Bible alone. Our new study, Reformation: Grace, Faith, Scripture, presents 12 important biblical principles that are still important to us and all Bible-believing Christians today. Join us as we explore these important and enduring truths.
Each lesson will include a short clip from the new Luther movie, A Return to Grace: Luther’s Life and Legacy.
9/3 – The Beginning: Baptism
9/10 – God’s Undeserved Gift: Justification by Grace
9/17 – Not for Sale: Forgiveness in Christ Alone
9/24 – Christ’s Body and Blood: Holy Communion
(10/1 – Pastor Joel Gaertner – Jesus Cares)
10/8 – Forgiven but Not Perfect: Saint and Sinner
10/15 – Witness Together: Augsburg Confession
10/22 – Join and Sing to the Lord: Congregational Worship
10/29 – All Serve Christ: Vocation
11/5 – One Authority: Scripture Alone
11/12 – Bold Witness: Confidence Drawn from Scripture
11/19 – Not by Force: Power of the Word
11/26 – My Bible: The Bible into People’s Hands