Hall of Famer — Long Live the Reformation, Part 5

statue in Worms of Martin Luther
AccretionDisc | Flickr

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.”


Trust – Long Live the Reformation, Part 4

man with dog on paddle board
lollym | Pixabay

Jesus reconnects people to God as a gift. Our role is simply to trust that he has. But trusting is hard, and sometimes we try to turn trusting Jesus into an act on our part. How can we know if we’re trusting Jesus, or trying to trust ourselves? Pastor Luke teaches from Genesis 15:1–6 in “Trust,” part 4 of his 5-part series “Long Live the Reformation.”

Long Live the Reformation — Part 1

parody of 'heroic' artwork but substituting Martin Luther for the revolutionary
Luke Jones



Who can speak on behalf of God? God is able to speak without an intermediary, but it doesn’t seem to happen very often. Yet we believe that God cares about us and the world we live in. If God cares—if the Christian Faith is relevant to the issues of our time,—who can say how? And what gives them the authority to speak on God’s behalf? Pastor Luke teaches from Mark 7:1–13 in “Long Live the Reformation,” the first message in a new series “Long Live the Reformation.”

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