October 31, 1517, a young Catholic monk named Martin Luther tacked 95 statements or protests about the practices of the Catholic Church to the door of Castle Church in Wittenburg, Germany. This rather small and quiet act of protest started a movement that changed the world. The Protestant Reformation was born that day and its ripples were felt across Europe and the world. Luther chose to draw attention to his views by using "The Door" to the church as a form. Our Heavenly Father used a door to proclaim freedom and faith to all His children. The Door's name was Jesus"