Martin Luther: A Man Who Changed the World

by | Oct 26, 2021 | Books, Reformation, Reformation Day | 0 comments

Martin Luther: A Man Who Changed the World

Hey there homeschool families! Reformation Day is coming up this weekend, on October 31st!

This is a prime opportunity to teach your children about the man whom the Lord used to lead the Church out of darkness and into the brilliant light of the Gospel. Martin Luther’s nailing of the 95 Theses onto the door of the Wittenburg Church was the event that sparked the movement that we now call the Reformation.

If you’re looking for a resource to teach your children more about this man of God, I invite you to check out Martin Luther: A Man Who Changed the World, by Paul L. Maier. With beautifully illustrated pages, this 32-page book is perfect for captivating your children’s attention and teaching them about Luther’s fascinating life, influence, and teaching; and it will also encourage them to see how God uses them in His Kingdom today. Show your children the historic background to this significant time in the church; and help them discover that – like Martin Luther – they can learn about the reality of Christ’s life and death on their behalf, His grace and mercy, and His desire for them as redeemed sons and daughters of God!

Martin Luther

Martin Luther: A Man Who Changed the World

You may also be interested in another biography on Martin Luther in the Christian Biographies for Young Readers series, by Simonetta Carr. Learn more about this book by clicking here.

It’s my prayer that these books may be a blessing to you and your children, and give you inspiration and encouragement as you live a life of Reformation in your own family!

All for the King’s glory,

Christian is dedicated to encouraging and supporting the reformation and revival of the Deuteronomy 6:6-7 lifestyle in the modern Christian family. As a part of fulfilling that goal, I endeavor to share and recommend resources that will help you value the Words of God and also “teach them diligently unto thy children.” Please know that I only recommend and promote material that is Christ-honoring and family-edifying.

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