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Five Marks of a Methodist group study is a 6-week study of Steve Harper's book, Five Marks of a Methodist: The Fruit of a Living Faith. In the book, he provides an in-depth study of John Wesley's treatise titled "The Character of a Methodist," which describes the five marks of Methodist character. The study consists of the book, a Participant Character Guide, a Leader Guide, DVD and streaming video sessions (6 brief videos).
This concise leader guide helps small groups learn and live the five distinctive marks that John Wesley set forth in The Character of a Methodist. There's an Introduction, Gathering (5 mins.), Reflections (10 mins.), video segment (15 mins.), video discussion questions (10 mins.), Scripture reflection (10 mins.), practical application (5 mins.), and closing prayer (5 mins.) for each session.
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2016
For the Sake of the Bride: Restoring the Church to Her Intended Beauty, second editionSteve HarperAbingdon Press / 2014 / Trade Paperback$6.49 Retail:
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What Are We Fighting For?: Coming Together Around What Matters MostThomas J. BickertonAbingdon Press / 2016 / Trade Paperback$6.69 Retail:
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The Way to Heaven: The Gospel According to John WesleySteve HarperZondervan / 2003 / Trade Paperback$10.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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This small-group study is based on Steve Harper's book Five Marks of a Methodist. Six sessions provide extended reflection for adults on the five identifiers that Wesley sets forth in "The Character of a Methodist," which he published in 1742.
1. Character: The Marks of a Methodist
2. A Methodist Loves God
3. A Methodist Rejoices in God
4. A Methodist Gives Thanks
5. A Methodist Prays Constantly
6. A Methodist Loves Others
In "The Character of a Methodist," Wesley clearly stated that he did not want to distinguish Methodism from any "real Christian of whatsoever denomination." At the same time, Wesley knew that if the Methodist movement was to be established and grow, it must rest upon the solid foundation of gospel characteristics. This study provides a focused strengthening of the world Wesleyan family, while written so that any Christian person or group could use it with blessing and benefit.
The study consists of the book, Five Marks of a Methodist, a Participant Character Guide, a Leader Guide, DVD and streaming video sessions (6 brief videos).