| Reformation Festive Service Guide
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod adopted a phrase for the theme of this year that speaks of the Gospel roots of the reformation: “It’s still all about Jesus.” For Martin Luther and the other reformers, Christ was the solid rock upon which they stood and it was never about themselves. The goal was to disseminate the unending treasure of the Gospel to people who were made bankrupt by the condition of their souls.
The Luther rose is a widely recognized symbol for Lutheranism. It was the seal that was designed for Martin Luther at the request of John Frederick I of Saxony in 1530. Luther saw it as an expression of his theology and faith, which he used to authorize his correspondence.
|A Special Thank You To The Concordia ITC Department For The Video Of The Reformation Festive Service|
|David Werner, Coordinator of the Concordia University Instructional Technolgy Center
Peter Landrey, Assistant Director; Joshua Sherman, Camera 1; Jonathan Kisker, Camera 2