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Month: November 2013

Andrew C. Thompson ~ John Wesley: Theological Mentor

November 27, 2013

How should we “read” John Wesley? And why is he important for people today? These are important questions for Methodists,…

Maxie Dunnam ~ Deliverance through Thanksgiving

November 23, 2013

One of our big failures as Christians is our continual refusal to discipline ourselves in living with the word of…

Kevin Watson ~ Christianity with a Wesleyan Accent: Wesleyan Doctrine

November 20, 2013

Though Wesleyans are most committed to offering Christ, not to being distinct from other Christian traditions, there are differences in…

Matt Sigler ~ Fragmented by Age: Liturgy & Families

November 18, 2013

Several weeks ago, as I was running errands, I heard my two-year old son exclaim from the backseat of our…

Bishop Sarah Davis ~ Attitudes in Need of Adjustment

November 16, 2013

Today, in Houston, Texas, friends and family of Bishop Sarah Frances Davis are gathered in sorrow, thanksgiving and joy. They…

Jessica LaGrone ~ Show and Tell

November 13, 2013

This summer I spent a week in Santa Fe, New Mexico at a writer’s conference. I’ve attended a few of…

Jack Jackson ~ Evangelism: ESJ’s Roundtable Conversations

November 11, 2013

Evangelism is a natural and necessary element of multifaith conversations from Wesleyan perspectives. True conversation by Wesleyans means true announcement…

Elizabeth Glass Turner ~ A Reasonable Doubt

November 6, 2013

On a recent hot summer day, I pulled down the flap of my mailbox and discovered an official-looking summons. For…

Ken Loyer ~ Graciousness: An Endangered Virtue

November 4, 2013

In elementary school, children learn about endangered species, those animals that have become so uncommon that their ongoing existence as…