In this video, Dr. Kevin Watson explains how the Methodist church was birthed as an awakening movement to call nominal Christians into the full breadth of life as a child of God.
In this video, Dr. Kevin Watson explains the vibrant early history of a group of people called Methodists, and compares that to the faith many have settled for in its place.
The good news is Scripture clearly and repeatedly speaks to God’s desire to do a great work in us.
Christians are not formed in isolation—the pursuit of holiness is a communal endeavor.
When Methodists have lowered their expectations of what God can do in this life, spiritual and numeric decline have followed.
It is time to retrieve and receive the grand depositum that God has so graciously given to us.
Jesus offers forgiveness to the person who has sinned against us not from a position of ignorance, but from the position of having experienced what we have experienced.
The way of repentance leads to the fullness of life in Christ, even to entire sanctification.
God doesn’t only want us to be good. He doesn’t only want us to do great things. He wants to give us deep faith so we can go far.
Augustine was bound in sin and needed to be set free for holy living. This is why conversion cannot be separated from holiness, because this separates the second person of the Trinity from the third person of the Trinity.