September 29, 2017 – October 27, 2017
Salvation: Five Insights from the Reformation
How often do you reflect on your salvation? Do you ever wonder how we came to believe what we do? What Christians believe about Jesus Christ and salvation was refined, shaped, and clarified 500 years ago, during the time of the Protestant Reformation. October 31, 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of when Martin Luther, a German monk, is said to have nailed his 95 theses to the door of Castle church in Wittenburg. Find out why these historic events are still significant for your personal faith journey today. In this Groundwork series, we'll be celebrating this anniversary and honoring the efforts of the Reformers by studying the scriptures that led them to define what Christians believe about salvation with these five phrases: faith alone, scripture alone, grace alone, in Christ alone, and glory to God alone.
Episodes in this Series
September 29 , 2017
By Faith Alone
Discover why 500 years ago Reformers like Martin Luther decided it was necessary to clarify what the Bible teaches about faith and our salvation and see why it's still important to remember that we are saved "by faith alone."
October 6 , 2017
By Scripture Alone
Together, let's rediscover the scripture passages that lead us to believe with confidence that everything we need to know about salvation is contained within the Bible and clarify what this means for every believer.
October 13 , 2017
Through Christ Alone
Our salvation comes in and through Jesus Christ, the only mediator we have to reconcile us with God.
October 20 , 2017
By Grace Alone
Find out where scripture teaches us it is only by God's grace that we have faith and receive salvation in and through Jesus Christ.
October 27 , 2017
Glory to God Alone
Scripture tells us to give God all the glory. Find out what that means and how we can practically do this in everyday life.