Hall of Famer — Long Live the Reformation, Part 5

statue in Worms of Martin Luther
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A major concern of the Reformers was that people were to give glory to God, and God alone, when the medieval church encouraged people to admire saints and martyrs. What’s wrong with that? – and more importantly, why is God so worried that someone else might get the glory? Pastor Luke teaches from Hebrews 11:32—12:4 in “Hall of Famer,” the concluding message in his series “Long Live the Reformation.”

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Becoming, Not Being — Signs of Life, Part 3

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People who join a church become members. Sometimes, churches can be more concerned about what the members bring to the church than what the church can do to help its members. To prevent that error, churches need to be intentional about making disciples. Pastor Luke teaches from Colossians 3:1–17 in “Becoming, Not Being,” part 3 of his 6-part series “Signs of Life.” Continue reading “Becoming, Not Being — Signs of Life, Part 3”

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