“Out of love for the truth and the desire to bring it to light…” —So opened Martin Luther’s 95 Theses on All Hallows’ Eve in 1517.
October 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther nailing his 95 Theses to the Castle Church door in Wittenberg, Germany. This act jump-started the Protestant Reformation that spread the Good News far and wide that God saves sinners by grace alone through faith alone for the sake of Christ alone—that people are justified as a pure gift on God’s part, totally apart from any of our best works or perceived goodness. His salvation is free at the beginning, middle, and end.
This is our legacy as children of the Reformation, and it gives us great cause for both celebration and proclamation in 2017. A celebration of the truths recovered in the Reformation and re-proclamation of them to the world and Church, which seems to be in great danger of forgetting them.
To this end, we are excited to announce Here We Still Stand: A Reformation Conference. We have assembled an incredible line-up of over 20 speakers and musicians for this event, and YOU are invited to join us as we examine the men, ideas, and passages of Scripture that sparked the Reformation and yes—to have a huge party!
We don’t want this just to be another conference. We want this to be a celebration! So we’re holding it at a resort where all the speakers and attendees will spend three days dining, singing, and learning together. The sessions, breakouts, meals, and after parties are all included in your ticket! And if you register now those tickets are only $179!
The conference will take place at the luxurious Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina from October 19-21, 2017, in beautiful San Diego, California. You will not want to miss this once in a lifetime event as we celebrate what God did 500 years ago! Come join us!
We are a Law & Gospel collective of creative contributors, dedicated to proclaiming to people how Christ remains faithful even when we are faithless. We provide a voice for Christians who are both Sinner & Saint. We promote the bad news that you are a greater sinner than you think and the good news that Christ is a greater savior than you can imagine.