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Martin Luther and the Reformation + 500th Anniversary

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Martin Luther and the Reformation + 500th Anniversary

October 31, 1517 – October 31, 2017

The Church in Heaven and Earth celebrates the Reformation of all the saints, through Dr. Martin Luther. The Church was transformed by this return to God’s Word. Before the new millennium, Scholars through-out the world determined that of all the changes in the last 2,000 years, The Reformation of Martin Luther changes more lives Spiritually, politically and as to scholarship than any other even of the years 1,000 to 2,000 AD.

 

To this end we are celebrating the Reformation’s 500th Anniversary this fall with a special video study between Sunday worship services: 9:15 – 10:00 am. A MAN NAMED MARTIN, PART 3 THE MOVEMENT will be shown, discussed and enjoyed here at Zion. 

 

This is such a great video and encouragement that everyone should attend this. It does not matter if you are a scholar of God’s Word or new to the Scriptures. We follow “Schultz’s Rules.” 1. You do not have to read aloud in class. We ask for volunteers to read. 2. There are no exams or tests, or memory verses. 3. If a word is not pronounceable, or difficult, we move on by saying, “HARD WORD.”

 

Everyone can enjoy this. Pastor Ron Schultz

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Rev. Ronald C. Schultz is currently serving as Pastor at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Harbor Beach, Mi. To read Pastor Schultz's complete biography please click here.

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