Here’s an excerpt from the first sermon Martin Luther preached after his Reformation breakthrough in 1519.
Dr. David Schmitt, professor of homiletics at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, talks about the new “Preach the Word” project during an interview with KFUO Radio host Rev. Jonathan Fisk.
In 1519, Martin Luther preached this sermon on how a Christian should prepare to die, pointing them to Christ alone.
The facility is a modern multi-purpose international welcome, retreat and education center as well as an outpost for proclaiming the Gospel.
Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod congregations can host a screening of the new full-length film “Martin Luther: The Idea that Changed the World” at a movie theater in their community.
At the beginning of this Reformation anniversary year, we share this excerpt from a sermon by Martin Luther.
The 500th anniversary of the Reformation is an excellent opportunity for congregations to proclaim the Gospel in their communities.
The Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, event explores how the church should engage in ethnic ministry and what it means to become a truly multiethnic church.
Concordia Theological Seminary presents its annual symposia on exegetical and confessional theology on its campus in Fort Wayne, Ind., and in a live webcast.
The inaugural event of the Synod’s yearlong observance highlights Luther as a servant of God’s Word.
Martin Luther teaches that the hymns we sing should clearly proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ into the ears and hearts of those who sing and hear them.
Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, hosts the Synod’s inaugural event for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation — including a lecture, worship and a meal.
Included are articles explaining what it means to believe in faith alone, grace alone, Scripture alone and Christ alone.
This month’s column is from Martin Luther’s “Preface to the Epistle of St. Paul to the Romans.”