The famous 95 theses that Martin Luther posted on the Wittenberg castle church doors on Oct. 31, 1517 mainly addressed one practice of the Catholic church that Luther vehemently opposed: the selling of indulgences. Read More
As many of you know, Oct. 31, 2017 marks the 500th Anniversary of Martin Luther posting his Ninety-Five Theses—which many count as the beginning of Lutheran Reformation. How will we observe and remember this anniversary? Read More
Come to church on Sunday, September 24 to learn about Christ the King’s partnership with Believer Bible Chapel School in Liberia. The demand and need for education in Liberia is great, and BBC school is striving to meet that need.
I am a Lutheran, through and through. I feel fortunate that I was raised in the Lutheran Church because I totally buy into our belief that we are "saved by grace through faith." As a 60+ year old woman, I am proud to believe Lutheran theology. In working with the Pastors in preparing the study book for our Commemoration at CtK, not only has my faith been reinforced, I have learned--again--that Luther's Reformation did not stop in the 1600's. Reforming the church never ends. But now I ask, what am I able to do with my life to encourage the ongoing reformation?
One of my favorites among these slogans was the cry “Semper Reformanda!” While its origins are a bit murky the idea is that we as individuals, as well as the whole church collectively, must always be actively reforming.