On October 31, 1517, a young German monk strides towards the most important building in the town. In his hands is a sheet of paper, which is now known as the reformation. It challenges the power of the most powerful empire on Earth with 95 theses’. Martin Luther has set himself on a collision course with the Pope and The Emperor, the most power people of that time. The night is always darkest before the dawn of a new day. Over 500 years ago, Wycliffe and Hus were the messengers of hope that promised light as a new day approached. They both loved the church and passionately desired to correct heresy and false teachings that had crept into it over the centuries. Watch the program to learn more about the Morning Stars of the Reformation.