Presented by ELCA Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton
Free, Online Class | open January 16 – 30, 2017
Jesus is inviting the Church to reform!
Marking the 500th year anniversary of Martin Luther’s historic reform work, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton is inviting the world to commemorate the life, legacy, and relevant teachings of reformer Martin Luther by taking a free, pre-recorded online class series.
In the class What Would Luther Do Today?, 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. The course will take an average learner about 45 minutes to complete, and learners are encouraged to interact in the online discussions. Registration is free and open to all.
Go to ChurchNext.tv to learn more and register today. Once registered, the course will be available free from January 16 – 30, and accessible after then for a modest fee.
Congregations and groups are encouraged to take the course together. Resources to share with your congregation or group including a Poster, Bulletin Inserts, and a background document, Launch Plan for Congregations (all pdf format).
You can read more about the course on the ChurchNext blog.
What Would Luther Do Today? is made possible by the generous support of 1517 Media (Augsburg Fortress), United Lutheran Seminary, and ChurchNext.