The miracle that happens at the wedding of Cana happens in the midst of desperation. In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Jessica LaGrone shows us how miracles in the Gospels are preceded by desperate situations, which points to the care and sufficiency of Jesus.
What is prevenient (preceding) grace? This post is a chapter from Dr. Timothy Tennent’s book, 30 Questions: A Short Catechism on the Christian Faith available for purchase...
How do you help your children when they are troubled? The parable of the prodigal son gives us solid advice on how to handle these sticky situations.
Caleb Friedeman’s recent post titled “Eight Things Wesleyans Could Learn from Neo-Calvinists” seemed to be right and true. It got me thinking, however, about...
In today's Seven Minute Seminary video, Dr. Prabhu Singh describes several movements of the Holy Spirit in the 20th century. Included are unprecedented ways that God is drawing people of diverse backgrounds toward Jesus Christ.
Listen in on Steve Martyn and Ken Collins as they host a series preaching through John Wesley's sermons, arranged topically according to the Order of Salvation. This week, enjoy Free Grace (Romans 8:32). Check back every Sunday for a new sermon.
When we talk about the means of grace, we talk about them in terms of what we do. Leah Hartman shifts the focus from the what to the where. Could means of grace also involve places we go?
In today's video interview, Dr. Jo Anne Lyon shares her personal story of moving from self-righteousness to true holiness.
Scripture plainly says again and again that Christ offered himself as the atoning sacrifice "once for all." How then does Paul dare to suggest that Christ’s sufferings are somehow insufficient? Wesley’s answer to this question points to the heart of the faithful Christian life lived together with and before God in the world.
In today's Seven Minute Seminary video, Dr. John Oswalt encourages us to believe and receive the biblical promise that the Holy Spirit enables Christians to live for and please God, day by day, without limit, and without rival.