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Word at Work Workshop: Martin Luther, Life and Theology

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St Paul Lutheran Church

435 W 5th St

Evart, MI 49631

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On October 31st 1517 a small-town monk nailed 95 Thesis to the church door in Wittenberg Germany. This was not an unusual act as the church was the meetinghouse for the community and when there was a topic for discussion one simply put up notice on the church door. Martin Luther, the seemingly insignificant monk, had unintentionally put into motion the Protestant Reformation. This reform movement would return the focus of Christian theology to pointing to Christ alone for salvation. And in the process change the world forever. Join us as we celebrate the 500-year anniversary of this momentous event by attending The Institution of Lutheran Theology’s “The Life and Theology of Martin Luther.”

Morning Coffee/Doughnuts and Lunch Provided
Youth Groups, Church Councils, and Call Committees Encouraged

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Admission has been paid by St. Paul Lutheran Church


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