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Posts from May 2017

The Significance of Aldersgate in Methodism

On May 24, 1738, John Wesley experienced a life-transforming event that would not only change his life but would transform the Methodist movement from a ritual-focused disciplinary practice to a world-changing movement for the Gospel.  On the afternoon of that day, John walked over to evensong at St. Paul’s Cathedral, where he heard the anthem:…

A brand plucked from the fire!

When John Wesley grew up as a son among nineteen children of Rev. Samuel Wesley and Susannah Wesley, he spent much of his childhood in an area called Epworth in England. As a child there was a time when the parsonage or rectory was caught on fire. The Wesleys tried to get everyone out of…

Mother of Methodism

Susanna Wesley was the mother of John and Charles Wesley. She was known for her wisdom, strict discipline over her children and understanding of Christ’s love for the church. If there is any other more famous contributor to Methodism than John or Charles, it would be their mother. Through her childrearing and being the source…