The Wesleyan Contribution to Discipleship

Methodism in the 18th century was a dynamic disciple-making movement. By stressing the imperative ongoing work of the Holy Spirit in the Christian life, Wesley and his co-workers were able to foster an environment of transformation that created highly-engaged Christians.

In this Seven Minute Seminary video, Dr. Dean Blevins shares how the Methodist movement focused on the means of grace as the conduit for discipleship. He highlights the instituted and prudential means of grace and explains how works of mercy all come together to form sanctified Christians who are pressing on to become more like Jesus.

If you’d like to learn more about the means of grace and how you can engage them as a powerful form of discipleship, get the book The Means of Grace by Andrew C. Thompson from our store.

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