The rapid growth of Methodism would not have been possible without the sacrifices and dedication of the early Wesleyan leaders.
Jesus used parables for his public teaching to the crowds.
These six marks provide a genetic structure—much like the DNA in a living organism—mutually working together to create the movement dynamics that led to the Wesleyan revival.
The key to understanding Jesus is recognizing his unique relationship with his Father.
The Holy Spirit is the means by which we experience the power and presence of the Father and the reality of Jesus, here and now.
Jesus’ miracles are visible signs that God’s saving reign was truly breaking into history in the ministry of Jesus.
The Gospel of Matthew focuses on Jesus as God’s Wisdom come in person (Immanuel) and as a wise teacher.
We prepare ourselves for an abundant future with God by expressing gratitude for how he has worked in our lives in the past.
The Christendom model as we know it, our dominant Western version of the faith, is disintegrating.
William Arthur reminds us that the whole world cannot be brought to Christ by professional evangelists, occasional revivals, or even mass evangelism.