I know some of you have been listening to “All I Want For Christmas Is You” since the day after Halloween. You know who you are! The church
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Christian history is full of new birth stories. The church dug in its heels and shouted, “But we’ve always done it this way!” And then the
It’s been two years since we’ve had a normal Thanksgiving, and many people feel comfortable enough with the pandemic conditions now to be with
When Charles Wesley first went away to college, he left behind a lot of the strict religious routine of his childhood and found great delight and
Welcome to the 400th episode of Wesley Bros Comics! From its inception, I have been fascinated by the Christian belief in the communion of saints.
“Awake, thou that sleepest, and arise from the dead, and Christ shall give thee light.” Eph. 5:14. On April 4, 1742, Charles Wesley preached a
I’ve heard it said that Jesus taught about money more than anything else. I’ve done a little digging and I’m not sure I agree with that
I’ve been reflecting this week on my own salvation journey. I remember as a teenager being really impressed by powerful stories of conversion.
Grace abounds. I was leading a youth leaders meeting recently where we threw the agenda out the window because the students just needed to air out
I don’t know why God gifted parents with a supernatural ability to hear their own children. The sounds of other people’s children in worship
How do you approach the Bible? I’ve been really digging the latest episodes from the Bible Project podcast where they explore common paradigms
I recently came across John Wesley’s 12 Rules for Helpers, a guide for new lay preachers. Most of the articles I read commended these twelve
Are you happy? Our modern context has divided happiness from joy, claiming happiness to be a fleeting delight while joy is a much deeper and long
I am a 40-year-old youth pastor. Part of my responsibilities is convincing adults that they have something to contribute to the next generation.
I’ve always struggled with the whole “let go and let God” catchphrase. I’m not some cartoon with literal baggage that I can take off my