Some churches focus on evangelism at the expense of discipleship by seeking to win converts instead of making disciples.
What is the yoke that Jesus offers us? Stated simply, the yoke of Jesus is a yoke of love, of relationship.
We need people in our lives to journey with us in order that we may “watch over one another in love” between our Sundays and other times of worship.
John Wesley often said that he instituted bands among the people called Methodist in order to create a setting where James 5:16 could be practiced and lived out.
If we cannot trust our circumstances, our emotions, or our own wisdom and strength, what can we trust?
Whatever you are facing, God is greater. Whatever you fear, there is a promise you can trust.
In some sense, the entire New Testament outside of the Gospels can be summarized by “abide and obey.”
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 Holy Spirit is the means by which we experience the power and presence of the Father and the reality of Jesus, here and now.
We cannot live into God’s full salvation and continue forward in our spiritual journey toward Christlikeness without sanctification.