It’s the 500th Birthday of the Protestant Reformation and we are gonna have a podcast party!
The Homebrewed Christianity Podcast is partnering with friends at Christ the King Lutheran Church in Cary to put on a live podcast to celebrate the 500th Birthday for the Reformation. We will get nerdy with a couple religion Professors from Campbell University, be inspired by some Lutheran Ministers, and get hydrated with local craft beer. After talking it up we will sing it out with some old school hymns. Nothing says “Happy Birthday” in the style of Luther like getting nerdy, having a beer, and singing with friends.
(Glen Jonas and Adam English will be making a return visit to a live Homebrewed podcast. If you want to check out the fun last time you can head over here.)
MEET THE HOST: Christ the King Lutheran Church in Cary, NC is a growing and diverse congregation in the suburbs of RTP and Raleigh with four services on Sundays. For the next two years CTK is making a commitment toward evangelism and radical inclusion so that all people know they are welcome here. Despite the fact that Lutherans have not been of the forefront of technology since the Printing Press, The social medial revolution combined with the 500th anniversary of the Reformation provides a platform for Lutherans to reclaim our message and boldly proclaim that salvation can neither be not earned or unearned.
Pastor Daniel Pugh is new to CTK and specializes in bring back Bible Study and growing young adult ministry. Daniel is a high-school friend of Tripp a long-time Deacon of Homebrewed He plans on celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation by nailing 95 thesis to doors during worship.
Pastor Wolfgang Herz-Lane is also new to CTK after serving as Bishop of Delaware-Maryland Synod, ELCA. An advocate for #blacklivesmatter and a native German, Wolfgang is no stranger to speaking truth to power or drinking beer.