Month: September 2017
The Wesleyan Methodist tradition is one that puts actions with intentions.
When we are teachable, we come with simple, trusting hearts, ready to gain insight from another.
Bonnie will connect our ministry partners with our vision for faith-sharing and the ways in which we equip clergy to embody the call of Christ as mission evangelists.
I returned home with 12 theses of my own, culled from lessons I learned from this experience.
There is something mystical about the way people will drive hours to serve perfect strangers a hot meal, muck out their flooded home, or repair a hole in the roof.
We sing and play instruments, we paint and sketch, we enact and perform, and all of these are triumphant expressions of the truth of our faith.
Metanoia will be a place where we can hear God’s dream, see it with our own eyes, touch it and be touched by it – and then go declare it to all the world. I hope you’ll join me!
We must walk with people for a long time if they are to come into a life-transforming relationship with Jesus Christ.