TagMartin Luther

Reformation For All

New Day Sermon Reformation Sunday Lutherans have often celebrated Reformation Sunday as an “in-house” glorification of the blessings of the Lutheran perspective. Now, in a rapidly changing world with expanded horizons, how do we live and witness as Lutheran Christians in a pluralistic human community. Join our New Day community in our engagement of the…

Rev. Craig Ross
What if Luther Dropped in for a Visit

As Lutherans celebrate the 501st anniversary of what we consider the seminal moment of the Protestant Reformation, the question begs to be asked ….  Is this whole gig still relevant?  Are Lutherans still relevant?  Does the pulse still beat in whatever spirit it was that drove Martin Luther to nail almost one hundred statements of…

Pal Pusztai
Holy Trinity Math: 1+1+1=1

New Day Sermon Holy Trinity Sunday Understanding the Holy Trinity is difficult. There is nothing in mathematics or the sciences that can even come close to giving some type of reasoning to explain the Holy Trinity because it cannot be done. In fact, it’s actually okay to be confused and not understand. Even Martin Luther…

Rev. Craig Ross
Saints that are Human

     EMAIL DEVOTIONAL      week of Pentecost 24 I spent an hour and a half today with ten church members gathered for a Book Club discussion of the book Martin Luther, written by our American Lutheran historian Martin Marty.  It was a fascinating discussion as we marveled at the courage of a simple monk…

By Water and the Word

EMAIL DEVOTIONAL WEEK OF Pentecost 19 What does such baptizing with water signify?  It signifies that the old Adam in us should, by daily contrition and repentance, be drowned and die with all sins and evil lusts, and, again, a new man daily come forth and arise; who shall live before God in righteousness and…