One of the changes you’ll notice on our new World Methodist Evangelism website is the presence of a couple of special blogs – this one, and Wesleyan Accent. Originally located over among the excellent Seedbed resources, Wesleyan Accent was established to share faith-forming resources online from clergy and academics with a distinct Methodist/Wesleyan accent.
Living our imperative of encouraging, equipping and enlivening holistic evangelism and discipleship through word, deed, and sign, WME welcomes the opportunity to feature Wesleyan Accent and its unique array of voices from the pulpit and the academy. From Nazarene, A.M.E. Zion, Wesleyan, Free Methodist, and United Methodist pastors to professors and writers, women and men – some who live across the ocean – write on a variety of topics from Wesleyan Methodist perspectives. Interviews, book reviews, articles, essays and sermons provide practical and timely insight.