Sanctification Archives - Seedbed

One of the things that contributed to the quick spread of Methodism in its early days was the class meeting. Wesley was very intentional...

I have been encouraged by the recent conversation about the renewal of Wesleyan orthodoxy in the blogosphere and on twitter. (For a brief introduction...

Laws and commandments are an Old Testament thing, right? Not at all. The New Testament is full of them. Did you know that there's...

Caleb Friedeman’s recent post titled “Eight Things Wesleyans Could Learn from Neo-Calvinists” seemed to be right and true. It got me thinking, however, about...

What Is the Order of Salvation? What Is Prevenient Grace? What Is Convicting Grace? What Is Justifying Grace? What Is Sanctifying Grace?

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.

Hope, for the Christian, is not a made-up word. Read today's post from Michael Matlock to learn more about what Daniel's experience in the lion's den teaches us about hope.
Seedbed - Seven Minute Seminary Dr. Ben Witherington III discusses why he considers the Wesleyan understanding of the gospel to be most faithful to Scripture. View our growing playlist of...

How did the early church engage with surrounding culture? In this article Steve Bruns offers illuminating insight from how the early Christians lived a spiritual life and made disciples. It is this pattern that Wesley employed in his own organization of the Methodist societies, and this pattern will help us discover what we can learn from the early Church and apply to today.
Seedbed - Seven Minute Seminary

In 18th century Methodism, ordering people according to gender and marital status and putting them in micro-communities catalyzed spiritual growth of regions and realigned the spiritual trajectory of entire nations. Watch this Seven Minute Seminary video of Kevin Watson painting a compelling picture of Wesleyan band meetings.

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