Note from the Editor: Over the years Wesleyan Accent has featured many voices from across the Wesleyan Methodist family of Christian faith. This includes contributors from The Wesleyan Church, The United Methodist Church, The A.M.E. Zion Church, The Church of the Nazarene, and more.
We’re pleased that among the pastors and professors who write for us, we regularly feature strong voices of women in ministry who preach and proclaim the Christian faith. John and Charles Wesley watched their mother Susanna teach Bible studies to villagers gathered at the parsonage door. Her letters to John when he was grown to adulthood show a woman of profound spiritual wisdom.
Today, enjoy this selection of just a few of our posts written by women in ministry. Remember, if you type an author’s name into our search bar, other posts written by her will show in the search results.
Thank you for traveling with us in the company of the Wesleys.
Wesleyan Accent editorial meditation on artist Sandy Blass and her depiction of the nativity in Why Deny the Obvious Child.
World Methodist Evangelism Executive Director Rev. Dr. Kimberly Reisman on evangelism and faith-sharing: The E-Word, or, We Don’t Talk About That in Polite Company
Wesleyan Accent interview with pastors of color, including United Methodist pastor Rev. Yvette Blair-Lavallais and United Methodist homiletics professor Rev. Dr. Joy Moore: In Their Words: When Pastors Face Prejudice
Featured photo courtesy Diane Helentjaris at Unsplash: this photo features Rev. Michelle C. Thomas, pastor of the historic John Wesley Church in Waterford, Virginia.