Mothers of the Reformation in Christian History by Christianity Today

You’ve heard about Martin Luther and his 95 Theses that launched a time of reform in church history.

Now, read the fascinating story of three women who helped shape the Protestant Reformation.

Argula von Grumbach was a bestselling author and the first female promoter of the Reformation movement. Her writings were filled with Scripture. She continued writing despite severe opposition.

Katharina Schütz Zell was a pastor’s wife, author and fearless opponent of oppression in the church. She served faithfully alongside her husband as his assistant minister.

Marie Dentière, a former nun, married a former priest and became an important part of his Reformation ministry. She published two important writings and defended the right of women to teach the Bible.

Read more of the courageous stories of these women. Be encouraged in your own ministry as you consider the hardships these women faced to bring Reformation to the church.

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