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In 1517, Martin Luther wrote and distributed his Ninety-Five Theses. Legend has it he nailed them to the door of a church in Wittenberg, Germany. He only meant for them to be the subject of a debate between him and other scholars. Instead, they catalyzed the Protestant Reformation!

Luther and other Reformers shared the conviction that the church ought to constantly be reformed. In other words, we must always be reshaped by the Word and Spirit of God. We must be willing to change our beliefs and practices in order to become more biblical.

I too share this conviction. In fact, the purpose of this blog is to produce a modern-day reformation. When I publish a new post, I am nailing another thesis to the door for your consideration.

It is my hope that the Christian churches will continue to be reformed as a result of my writing. It is also my hope that you will experience a personal reformation. This is, after all, what it means to be a Christian – that the Holy Spirit is reforming you to Jesus’ likeness and image.

Would you like to be reformed personally? Would you like your church to be reformed by your leadership? Then join the movement by subscribing to my blog. Add your voice by commenting on posts. And help it grow by sharing my content.

My Biography
My name is Zack Donaldson. I am 30 years old. My hometown is St. Louis, MO. I like coffee, baseball, and Batman.

I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in theology from Ozark Christian College. I facilitated six semesters of Messianic Prophecy Online. And I served in Student Ministry six years.

My wife (Amanda) and I have been married 11 years. We have three children – two daughters (Sophie, Selah) and a son (Caleb).

Feel free to tell me about yourself by leaving a comment below!

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