Reformation Rememberance

On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the doors of the All Saints Church of Wittenberg Germany, which unbeknownst to him at that time, would set off a movement for the truth of God’s Word that remains relevant for every generation.

This October 13-15, in remembrance of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, we will be looking back at why the Reformation, and then forward to why it still matters.

Conference Cost: Love offering – A donation box will be set up at the registration desk as well as a love offering at the last session on both Friday and Saturday.

Saturday Lunch:   A box lunch will be made available by request for $10.  Please indicate “box lunch” on your registration.  Payment can be made at check-in.

Speaker information: Douglas Bond, author of more than twenty-five books, is husband of Cheryl, father of six, and grandfather of four. He is Director for the Oxford Creative Writing Master Class, adjunct instructor in Church history at WRS, ruling elder in the PCA, speaker at conferences, and leader of Church history tours in Europe.

Visit his site here:  https://www.bondbooks.net/

 

Reformation Remembrance Schedule:

Friday – Theme:  Historical Climate before the Reformation – Douglas Bond

Session 1   7:00 PM:  What was the average family thinking at that time?  Justification by Fear.

Session 2   8:30 PM:  God’s Sovereignty in Reformation.   Setting the stage.

Saturday – Theme:  From There to Here.

Session 3    9:30 AM:   Sola Scriptura – God’s Word or the Pope’s – Douglas Bond

Session 4  11:00 AM:   Evangelism in Relation to the Reformation – Caleb Suko

Lunch:  12:15 PM

Session 5   1:30 PM:  The Reformation and the Family – Douglas Bond

Session 6   3:00 PM:  Q and A Discussion – Panel

Sunday  –  Theme:  Reformation Worship – Douglas Bond

9:00 AM:  Sunday School – Importance of Worship

10:15 AM:   Main Service – Message from the Psalms

 

 

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