This day in Reformation History

On February 8, 1529, the Swiss Canton of Basel officially declared for the Reformation and forbid the Mass within its boarders.  The city had been trending that way for some time thanks to the popular preaching of men like John Oecolampadius (pictured), and the printing work of men like Hieronymous Froben.  The truth of the gospel triumphed and the city that hosted the Council of Basel just 100 years before became officially Reformed.
The mission of Reformation never ends.  We hope to continue to proclaim the one sacrifice of the Lord Jesus Christ on the cross and justification by faith alone in Nebraska.  Please join us in prayer for Reformation to come again not only to Nebraska, or America, but the whole world.

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