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Month: October 2016

Layers of Spirit Color

Like our own lives, the painting included brokenness, sin, and pain. Yet, as the Holy Spirit moved through our days together, new images emerged. Through layers of color and the intensity of heat, the previous images were reformed and renewed, and recreated into something beautiful.

The Healing of the Nations

Recently Dr. Kimberly Reisman addressed the first Wesleyan Covenant Association gathering in Chicago, Illinois. I bring you greetings in the…

What Can the Trinity Teach Us About Evangelism?

This circular nature is intrinsic to the internal life of the Trinity, which is why it grounds our life and witness and provides a good metaphor for the stance we’re to take. Having been transformed by God’s embrace, we go on to be a transformative presence in the lives of others.

Maafu Palu ~ Eaters of the Soil: Holiness for Tongan Wesleyans

Just as in pre-missionary Tonga, the moral sense of the people was identified with the moral sense of the chiefs, now in Christian Tonga, Jesus is the “chief of chiefs” – the ‘eiki ‘o e ngaahi ‘eiki.