Methodism

After 500 years, a personal reformation

After 500 years, a personal reformation

Martin Luther did not intend to start a movement away from the church of which he was a part. His intent was to reform, to change. His efforts were met with resistance. Instead of reforming, the church excommunicated Luther. Standing before an official body of the...
Time for renewal is now

Time for renewal is now

Francis Asbury died 200 years ago, March 31, 1816. Lately, I have been inspired by his courageous life. Here is a brief reflection on what his life means to me and so many others in the global Wesleyan Movement. In 1771, America was on the verge of revolution. We...
​7 questions for the new Wesleyan movement

​7 questions for the new Wesleyan movement

“It is too small a thing for you to be my servant to restore the tribes of Jacob and bring back those of Israel I have kept. I will also make you a light for the Gentiles, that my salvation may reach to the ends of the earth” (Isaiah 49:6). John Wesley...