Reformation Kick-off event Congregational Resources

14:15 16 November in Our Story

The Commemoration Task Force for the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation invites you to visit the following sites for congregational resources on the Reformation presented at the commemoration year kick-off event sponsored by the Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary of Lenoir-Rhyne University, Academy of Faith and Leadership and the South Carolina Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, on November 11, 2016.

The Rev. Dr. Scott H. Hendrix
“What Luther wanted and why it was hard for him and us to achieve it?”

“Five Take-Aways for Congregations”

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What Luther wanted and why it was hard for him and us to achieve it.

Dr. Scott H. Hendrix
Author, Martin Luther Visionary Reformer
Luther Presentation at LTSS on 11 November 2016
“What Luther wanted and why it was hard for him and us to achieve it.”

The Rev. Dr. Clay Schmit
“Luther and the arts: Five suggestions for Congregations to utilize the arts/be more Intentional about Celebrating the Arts”

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Suggestions for Congregations to Utilize the Arts in Worship

The Rev. Dr. Clay Schmit
Luther and the Arts Presentation at LTSS on 11 November 2016
“Suggestions for Congregations to Utilize the Arts in Worship”

Dr. M. Patrick Graham, Margaret A. Pitts Professor of Theological Bibliography and Director, Pitts Theology Library
“Luther and the arts: The Reformation of Luther and the Woodcut”

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The Reformation of Luther and the Woodcut

M. Patrick Graham, Ph.D.
Margaret A. Pitts Professor of Theological Bibliography and Director, Pitts Theology Library
Luther and the Arts Presentation at LTSS on 11 November 2016
“The Reformation of Luther and the Woodcut”

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