Discipleship in the Wesleyan Way – 3 month free trial subscription

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Wesleyan Accent is nearing the launch of Discipleship in the Wesleyan Way, a subscription-based internet tool for spiritual formation providing an extensive array of downloadable lessons for use in small group or individual study. Created by numerous writers, lessons focus on a range of theological issues, as well as spiritual disciplines, distinctively Wesleyan concepts and a wide variety of other topics.

DWW is adaptable and interactive. Each lesson stands alone and has both a facilitator and participant component. This allows lessons to be used singly or grouped in a series, making it very easy for small group facilitators or individuals to shape their own unique discipleship plan. Lessons include an opening Plain Truth (core idea), introductory material, key Scripture references, prayers and teaching tips. The body of the lesson includes both teaching material and discussion questions.

Because DWW is a secure site, groups will have a unique portal through which to interact with other members as they study together. Private discussion forums, meeting announcements, additional links, and other options will be available through this personal portal. The interactive design augments face-to-face study, and makes it possible for groups to form without the limitations of geography.

Annual individual subscriptions will be available for $50.00; however, for a limited time we will offer free 3-month trial subscriptions. If you are interested exploring Discipleship in the Wesleyan Way, please email dww@wesleyanaccent.com before February 28, 2014 and a promotional code, login instructions and additional information will be sent to you when the site launches.

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Kimberly Reisman is an author, pastor, teacher and theologian serving as Executive Director of World Methodist Evangelism of the World Methodist Council. Prior to beginning at WME, Kim served in local churches, as Executive Director of Next Step Evangelism and General Editor for WesleyanAccent.com. She is a frequent speaker, focusing on evangelism, spiritual formation, women’s ministries, leadership development and the intersection between faith and culture. Kim is an elder in the United Methodist Church and has written numerous books, most recently, The Christ-Centered Woman: Finding Balance in a World of Extremes (2013, Abingdon Press). Kim is also an Adjunct Professor at United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio, and The School of Theology at Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, Washington.

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