On the 31st October, 500 years ago, the  Protestant Reformation began when Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to a  church door on Wittenberg Castle church, in Germany. He was protesting against  the Indulgences that were then administered by the church, which were a burden  to the common people, and he wished to promote issues of grace, repentance and  forgiveness, as taught in the Bible, instead of the practices of the  Church. 
This simple act caused such a reaction from scholars and  church leaders and helped to change the way the ordinary men and women viewed  the Gospel in Germany and across Europe.   It not only transformed Christianity but politics, art, culture and  communication.
2017 provides a significant opportunity for the Seventh-day  Adventist church to encourage its congregations to:

  • Rediscover and share the Good News of the Gospel
  • Re-engage in deeper and more meaningful  relationships with their local communities
  • Reflect on the meaning of reformation in a  contemporary world

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