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Luther’s Legacy - Canada Lutheran Magazine - ELCIC
October 31, 2017, marks the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Lutheran Reformation. On All Saints evening (all hallowed eve, or Hallowe’en) in 1517, Martin Luther, an obscure Augustinian monk living in a remote town in the northeastern part of what was then a part of the Holy Roman Empire, posted Ninety-Five Theses, or statements, for discussion. “I believe that by my understanding or strength I cannot believe in Jesus Christ my Lord or come to him, but instead the Holy Spirit has called me through the gospel, enlightened me with his gifts, made me holy and kept me...
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September – Luther’s Legacy

October 31, 2017, marks the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Lutheran Reformation. On All Saints evening (all hallowed...

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July – Liberated by God’s Grace

One-hundred-and forty-nine delegates (80 lay, 59 rostered, 10 youth), as well as special guests, visitors and volunteers gathered in Winnipeg,...

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June – Ministry in the Margins

Urban missions are places where people are accepted, no matter what has happened. They are places where people are listened...

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May – Our Shared Witness

Ever since Jesus began his ministry, some of the people living in the Holy Land and Jordan have followed his...

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