Where did Pentecostalism come from? In this Seven Minute Seminary video, Dr. Scott Kisker traces the origins of this American and global phenomenon by describing the various Wesleyan and Methodist contexts from which it emerged in the Western world.
In today’s video, Bishop James Swanson challenges our notions of revival by focusing the church onto the small places where God working, here and now.
Gareth Higgs shares 4 keys his local church took to become a more missionally-minded British Methodist congregation.
Our hope is like no other. Its vibrancy overcomes life’s difficulties. This hope is about Jesus’ return. In revival it flows so strong that...
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.
God brings freedom through revivals, but it comes as a result of grace by faith, not our works. Read more from Mark Nysewander as he shares special insight from awakenings in history.
Humility is the best conductor for God’s power. Read more today as Mark Nysewander describe this oft missing ingredient in prayers for revival.
Why did the church need the 18th century Methodist movement? In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Ryan Danker explains the relationship between Anglicanism, Puritanism, and the burgeoning Methodist movement of the Wesley brothers and George Whitefield.
God is on the move in unique ways throughout the world, even if the stories don't always reach the West. In today's interview, Dr. Jo Anne Lyon shares special stories about regions such as the Middle East and North Korea.
Special ministry contexts warrant special considerations. Anglican Collective interviews a pastor who ministers in a tense situation about ministry in religiously plural contexts.