Dr. Paul W. Chilcote has been involved in theological education on three continents, serving as a missionary with his wife Janet in Kenya, and as a charter faculty member of Africa University in Zimbabwe. Dr. Chilcote previously served as Nippert Professor of Church History and Wesleyan Studies at Methodist Theological School in Ohio and more recently helped to launch the new campus of Asbury Theological seminary in Florida. He is the author of nine books, the most recent of which include Praying in the Wesleyan Spirit (Upper Room Books), Her Own Story: Autobiographical Portraits of Early Methodist Women (Kingswood Books), The Wesleyan Tradition: A Paradigm for Renewal (Abingdon Press), Recapturing the Wesleys Vision (InterVarsity Press) and Changed from Glory into Glory (Upper Room Books). He serves as a unit editor in The Works of John Wesley project, is president of The Charles Wesley Society, and enjoys a special relationship with Mt. Angel Abbey in Oregon as a Benedictine Oblate. Dr. Chilcote is a frequent speaker and workshop leader in applied Wesleyan studies, particularly in the areas of spirituality, worship, discipleship, and evangelism.