Renew your mind by reading through the whole Bible.
Read more books on the Reformation.
Obtain biographies on each of the Reformers (from Christian Liberty Books).
Visit the www.ReformationSA.org website and related links.
Invest in more resources for Reformation, including CD’s and DVD’s.
Study The Greatest Century of Reformation (GCR) book.
Request the Reformation Exam paper to test your knowledge, from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subscribe to the Christian Action magazine (PO Box 23632, Claremont, 7735, South Africa, or email: email@example.com).
Pray for spiritual Revival and Biblical Reformation.
Practice Martin Luther’s Practical Programme to Revive Your Prayer Life (Chapter 16 of GCR).
Incorporate quotes and examples from The Greatest Century of Reformation in your prayer meetings.
Restore your devotional life by praying through the Psalms.
Join the Reformation Society (PO Box 74, Newlands, 7725, Cape Town, South Africa, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.).
Attend Reformation Society meetings and Biblical Worldview Summits.
Participate in a Great Commission Course (contact www.FrontlineMissionSA.org.za).
Organise Reformation Study Groups at your home, school, or church.
Promote a Reformation Celebration conference in your area.
Distribute Christian Action literature and Reformation Society leaflets.
Set up a book table at your church (contact email@example.com).
Present Reformation films, or PowerPoints, to your church or school.
Teach The Greatest Century of Reformation to your students, or congregation.
Discuss the examples of the Reformers with your children.
Rekindle the fires of spiritual zeal by working for Reformation.
Support groups working for Biblical Reformation.
Volunteer your time and talents to a ministry dedicated to Reformation.
Dr. Peter Hammond
P.O. Box 74 Newlands 7725
Cape Town South Africa