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The Sermons of John Wesley: A Collection for the Christian Journey is quite possibly the best compilation of Wesley sermons to date.  Yes I...

In this article, Anthony J. Headley shares the reason for his recent book, Getting It Right: Christian Perfection and Wesley's Purposeful List (Emeth Press,...

As a 26 year old associate pastor, I have never known ministry to not be in the “digital age.” I remember discovering my faith...

I’ve admired the work of John Eldridge for some years now. I have known a number of men who have experienced extraordinary growth in...

Taste the Evangelical Rainbow Book Review: Why We Belong: Evangelical Unity and Denominational Diversity (Crossway, 2013) Evangelicals unite around an unwavering commitment to the authority of Scripture,...

Why I Read Nothing to Do but to Save Souls: John Wesley's Charge to His Preachers Three Times in Two Days Earlier this year I...

Jason B. Hood recently authored Imitating God in Christ: Recapturing a Biblical Pattern (IVP Academic, 2013). We are pleased to provide this interview with...

Ask any pastor or lay leader and they will confirm that tension and anxiety are no strangers to the local church. Whether it centers...

In what ways could those who cherish the Wesleyan heritage take the Wesleys's commitment to societal change from memory and memorial to an actualized...

In country and western legend Willie Nelson’s song “Me and Paul,“ Nelson writes and repeats “I guess Nashville was the roughest, but I know...

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