Oct 29, 2017
Reformation Day to Us
Series: ROOTS
500 Years ago Martin Luther launched an unintended movement towards faithfulness to the Gospel and better relationships with Jesus than the world had known for some time. Due to his courage to confront a religious system with the truth he was discovering in Scripture, bravery awoke in others around Europe to investigate for themselves just what the Bible had to say about what they were believing and practicing. The Missionary Church is the direct result of one of these reformative movements sparked by Luther five centuries ago.
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  • Oct 29, 2017Reformation Day to Us
    Oct 29, 2017
    Reformation Day to Us
    Series: ROOTS
    500 Years ago Martin Luther launched an unintended movement towards faithfulness to the Gospel and better relationships with Jesus than the world had known for some time. Due to his courage to confront a religious system with the truth he was discovering in Scripture, bravery awoke in others around Europe to investigate for themselves just what the Bible had to say about what they were believing and practicing. The Missionary Church is the direct result of one of these reformative movements sparked by Luther five centuries ago.
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