BOLD REFORMER: Celebrating the Gospel-Centered Convictions of Martin Luther – David S. Steele

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On April 1, 2016 my new book, Bold Reformer will be available at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble.com, and Booksamillon.com.  Here’s a brief summary:

On October 31, 1517 Martin Luther nailed the ninety-five theses to the castle door in Wittenberg. One act of courage sparked a theological firestorm in Germany that set the world ablaze in a matter of days. Spreading like wildfire, thousands were introduced to the gospel which is received by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone.

Bold Reformer: Celebrating the Gospel-Centered Convictions of Martin Luther takes readers on a journey through a remarkable period of church history. It will challenge contemporary readers to learn the lessons of courage, and perseverance. It will inspire a new generation of people to follow Jesus, obey Jesus, and worship the Savior with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength. It invites a new generation of Christ-followers to recover the gospel in their generation and make their stand as a bold reformer.

Bold Reformer is born out of personal pastoral turmoil and inspired by the courage of Martin Luther.  My hope is that many pastors, Christian leaders and Christ-followers will be encouraged as a result of reading this book; that God will propel them into the future by his grace and for his glory.

Soli Deo gloria!

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2 thoughts on “BOLD REFORMER: Celebrating the Gospel-Centered Convictions of Martin Luther – David S. Steele

  1. Congratulations!

    Roy Peacock

    R <

    Raging River Community Church

    *"Connecting to Jesus, One Another, and Others for the Glory of God!"*

    On Thu, Mar 31, 2016 at 7:04 AM, Veritas et Lux wrote:

    > davidsteele1966 posted: ” On April 1, 2016 my new book, Bold Reformer will > be available at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble.com, and Booksamillon.com. > Here’s a brief summary: On October 31, 1517 Martin Luther nailed the > ninety-five theses to the castle door in Wittenberg. One ” >

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