In 1517, Luther was an insignificant monk from a back-water town and a second-rate University making a complaint to his Arch Bishop. It could have easily ended at that. By 1521 he was the best-talk of Europe, the best-selling author in1500 years, the hero of peasants and knights, and the one man poised to bring down Popes and Kings.
What would you think about celebrating a Sunday, a summer, or an entire Worship season to dig deep into the life and times of the one solitary monk who’s actions led to the end of the Medieval Era and the birth of the Modern Era?
The resources on this site are dedicated to helping you do just that.