Another Free ChurchNext Course: What Would Martin Luther Do Today? with Lutheran Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton

Jesus is inviting the Church to reform.

On the 500th year anniversary of Martin Luther’s historic reform work, the Presiding Bishop of the Lutheran Church (ELCA) is inviting the world to commemorate the life, legacy, and relevant teachings of reformer Martin Luther by taking a free, 45-minute, pre-recorded online class. Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton is a speaker, teacher, and spiritual head of 3.5 million Evangelical Lutherans worldwide.

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Her class, What Would Luther Do Today? with Elizabeth Eaton is rich in resources and inspiration and will be offered for free to all January 16-30. You can register for this course right now by clicking here.

“Jesus is asking the Church to pay more attention to the issues of poverty, climate change, human rights, and ecumenism – and Martin Luther offers a profound message to us in this regard,” says Eaton, “My hope is that Christ will use this class to inspire and invigorate Christians to follow Jesus more closely, engage in positive social change, and enter the next 500 years with a renewed faith in God’s grace and providence.”

In this course, students will learn more about Luther and make relevant connections that can lead to transformation.  The class is a series of video lectures, quizzes, and discussions. No special software is required. It will take an average learner about 45 minutes to complete. Registration is free and open to all. Click here for more information and to register .

This course is made possible by the generous support of 1517 Media, United Lutheran Theological Seminary, and ChurchNext.

Want to take The Big Class with a Group?

We want to help.  So we’ve assembled these materials to help you publicize and lead this class in a congregational setting.  These materials help you lead this class in a group setting including a Poster,  Bulletin Inserts, and a Launch Plan for Congregations.

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