There is nothing more destructive to personal relations than distrust, and the ancient Serpent tries to sow this distrust in Christians.
http://youtu.be/FZsNygHE-EQ One of the most important streams to feed the early Methodist movement was the Moravian community. Learn about what impact they had on John...
Our goal is to love and serve God, but doctrines help us understand the deep faith of the church.
Our interview series with Craig Keener about his new book, Miracles: The Credibility of The New Testament Accounts, continues. Today Craig talks about miraculous stories involving our church fathers like John Wesley and Augustine.
The way of repentance leads to the fullness of life in Christ, even to entire sanctification.
We continue with part two of our Alan Hirsch video series this afternoon. Alan Hirsch and Sean Gladding discuss discipleship, John Wesley, and church leadership.
For nearly two hundred years, John Bunyan’s iconic title The Pilgrim’s Progress was a staple part of the fabric of Methodism.
We've created a Twitter list with a diverse handful of Wesleyans. The list is small but dynamic, so more can be added at any time. Here's a great way to connect with those from a distinctly Wesleyan theological heritage.
What is the difference between a debtor and a steward? Philip Jamieson discusses how they differ from one another and what those differences mean for us as Christians.
This book invites readers on a journey to discover the vitality, richness, and sheer goodness of the broader Wesleyan tradition.