A Year with John Wesley and Our Methodist Values
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A Year with John Wesley and Our Methodist Values

Discipleship Resources / 2008 / Paperback

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A Year with John Wesley and Our Methodist Values is an engaging and provocative study of the practices of discipleship that are of "the Methodist way." Brief reflections on Wesleyan themes are followed by short essays that connect Wesleyan principles to today's world. Great for an all-church emphasis!

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 64
Vendor: Discipleship Resources
Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 X 0.00 (inches)
ISBN: 0881775509
ISBN-13: 9780881775501

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Publisher's Description

In addition to being a prolific preacher and teacher, John Wesley wrote and published many pamphlets for the edification of Christian disciples, which circuit riders distributed to the people. 21st century Christians also need such informative and formational pamphlets. A Year with John Wesley helps people begin to think about the practices of discipleship and the insights that are the Methodist way.

The pamphlet contains twelve mini-essays on theme’s in John Wesley’s thought and practice, such as Wesley’s call to personal and social holiness or Wesley on the means of grace. Each mini-essay is followed by a set of practical applications concerning the Wesleyan practice.

Author Bio

Michael J. Coyner is the resident Bishop of the Indiana Area of the United Methodist Church, and he has served as President of the Board of Discipleship for the 2005-2008 quadrennium. He has earned degrees from Purdue University (B.A.), Duke Divinity School (M. Div.), and Drew Theological School (D. Min.), along with honorary doctoral degrees from Dakota Wesleyan University and Evansville (Indiana) University. After serving as a clergy member of the North Indiana Conference, he was elected a bishop in 1996 and assigned for two terms to the Dakotas Area (1996-2004), before being assigned to the Indiana Area. He is the author of several articles and three books published by Abingdon: Making a Good Move (1999), Prairie Wisdom (2000), and The Race to Reach Out (2004). Henry H. Knight III is Donald and Pearl Wright Professor of Wesleyan Studies at Saint Paul School of Theology, Kansas City, Missouri. He received his Ph. D. from Emory University in Theological Studies. He is author of The Presence of God in the Christian Life: John Wesley and the Means of Grace, A Future for Truth: Evangelical Theology in a Postmodern World, Eight Life-Enriching Practices of United Methodists, co-author with Don E. Saliers of The Conversation Matters: Why United Methodists Should Talk with One Another, and co-author with F. Douglas Powe of Transforming Evangelism: The Wesleyan Way of Sharing Faith (Discipleship Resources). Sarah Heaner Lancaster is Professor of Theology at Methodist Theological School in Ohio. She received her B.A. degree at Rice University, her M.Div. at Perkins School of Theology, and her Ph.D. in the Graduate Program of Religious Studies at Southern Methodist University. She is a clergy member of the North Texas Conference. She is the author of Women and the Authority of Scripture: A Narrative Approach, and she has written several articles in Wesleyan Studies. She is one of the theological editors for the upcoming Wesley Studies Bible. Randy L. Maddox is Professor of Theology and Wesleyan Studies and Associate Dean for Faculty Development at the Divinity School, Duke University. He holds the B.A. degree from Northwest Nazarene College, the M.Div. from Nazarene Theological Seminary, a Ph.D. in theological studies from Emory University, and is an ordained elder in the Dakotas Conference of The United Methodist Church. Maddox is the author of Responsible Grace: John Wesleys Practical Theology, a contributor to Wesley and the Quadrilateral, and editor of Aldersgate Reconsidered and Rethinking Wesleys Theology for Contemporary Methodism. F. Douglas Powe, Jr., is Associate Professor of Evangelism, holding the E. Stanley Jones Chair, at Saint Paul School of Theology, Kansas City, Missouri. His Ph.D. is from Emory University. He is a local pastor in the Heartland Central District of the Missouri Conference. He is the co-author (with Henry H. Knight III) of Transforming Evangelism: A Wesleyan Way of Sharing Faith (2006); and a contributor to Companion to Africana Worship and God Delivers Me: A Model for Strengthening the Black Church in the 21st Century (2008 forthcoming).

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