I remember after professing faith in Christ as a teenager I was motivated to do daily devotions. During those teenage years I was not too keen on the early morning hours. In fact, the thought of getting up early did not have much curb appeal!
A quick survey through the book of Acts reveals the values of the early christians. It is easy to recognize that they valued community and listening to the teaching of God’s word. Another value that is easy to recognize is corporate prayer.
One of my favorite leaders of the 16th century Protestant Reformation is Martin Luther. In 1521 the young monk and theologian named Martin Luther stood before a church council in Germany. Luther had written a series of books and articles in which he expressed concern over the corruption of the Roman Church.
Our Pastor writes most of the blog posts we publish, however, occasionally some of our other church leadership (some staff, some volunteer) who also contribute to the New Life blog.