I received what was called a local preacher’s license in 1952, when I was only 17 years old. That means I have been at…
El Carácter de un Wesleyano
En estos días se está hablando mucho en mi (ciertamente muy limitado) sector del mundo sobre lo que significa ser wesleyano. En este caso,…
Julia Foote and the Geography of Witness
What do you know of Zanesville, Ohio? History buffs might enjoy its distinct Y-shaped bridge or explore its history as part of the Underground…
Phoebe Palmer and the Day of Days
A while back, a well-known pastor made remarks about a female pastor that were distasteful and offensive. While respecting the pastor's different viewpoint knowing…
Review: Dr. Rob Haynes Explores “Renew Your Wesleyan DNA”
What makes a Methodist a “Methodist”? This is an increasingly important question in the age of the rise of secularism, the decline of churches…
Elizabeth Glass Turner ~ Discussing Theological Education on the Wesley Seminary Podcast
Theology matters; pastors and chaplains with robust appreciation for theology are well-positioned to engage.
Elizabeth Glass Turner ~ What Is A Wesleyan Theology of Sanctification?
Holiness must be derived from something holy in and of itself. Where God breaks in, there is holiness. We don’t strain and strive to become our version of holy – John Wesley tried that, it didn’t go well.
Brian Yeich ~ Where Is Your Zeal Focused? Lessons from Francis Asbury
“Asbury’s zeal for God and his commitment to preach and teach the gospel is now legendary, but it was never meant to be extraordinary – it was meant to be the ordinary work of everyday Methodists.”
Brian Yeich ~The Lost Metric of Testimony
A focus on numbers may tempt us to simply rearrange the deck chairs on a sinking ship rather than seeking to reach people who have not heard or had the opportunity to respond to the Gospel.
Pete Bellini ~ Methodism on Fire
The Holy Spirit is always at work in the world and in the church regardless of the problems that we face and regardless of the darkness that seems to prevail.