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Month: February 2021

Fully Human by Kim Reisman

February 22, 2021

Scripture focus: Matthew 16:24-25 If any of you wants to be my follower, you must give up your own way,…

Lenten Love: Make Things Better by Edgar Bazan

February 20, 2021

The Lenten season has started. Lent is six weeks (excluding Sundays) dedicated to prayer, fasting, and reflection to prepare for…

Joy Is a Verb by Jean Watson

February 18, 2021

I’m not going to lie – finding joy during 2020 was difficult for me. I suspect many of you may…

Following Side By Side by Kim Reisman

February 17, 2021

On this Ash Wednesday, I’m reflecting on Luke 9:23 – If any of you wants to be my follower, you…

A Generation of Skeptics: The Reconversion of a Secularized Radical

February 15, 2021

Rev. Eric Huffman is the Lead Pastor of The Story Church in Houston, Texas. Find the Firebrand article, “The…

The Snake Still Slithers by BJ Funk

February 11, 2021

While America watched the horrors at our United States Capitol building on January 6, 2021, hurting and crying over the…

Surrendered Intercession by Shalom Liddick

February 10, 2021

“‘Oh, that Ishmael may live before you!’ Abraham cried to God.” (Genesis 17:18) This cry has always moved my heart….

Lent Is a Chance to Let God Destroy Our Idols by Rob Haynes

February 8, 2021

Many Christians mark the season of Lent with a time of an emphasis on prayer, reflection, and self-sacrifice. Using Jesus’…

Entrevista: Aaron Perry y el Liderazgo a la Manera Wesleyana

February 4, 2021

Wesleyan Accent habló con el Dr. Aaron Perry sobre Liderazgo en el Estilo Wesleyano, un volumen que editó con el…

Theology Matters: The Ministry of Wesleyan Accent

February 1, 2021

Elizabeth Glass-Turner is the Managing Editor of Wesleyan Accent. Let us hear from you: To contact Elizabeth:…