This week the Wesley Bros reminds us of the splendid line of women who have helped to spread the Methodist movement despite the many roadblocks the church has placed in their way.
For Wesley Bros’ creator Rev. Charlie Baber, “it’s weird to think that people are actually ready to divide property and draw lines between friends over who has the truest understanding of John Wesley and the Bible.”
The Wesley Bros’ creator, the Rev. Charlie Baber, has some exciting news!
Wesley Bros’ creator Rev. Charlie Baber looks at the Way Forward proposals in light of this year’s 50th anniversary of the creation of The United Methodist Church.
John Wesley’s method known as the “class meeting” was designed to help Christians grow in spirit and in practice of their faith through questions and mutual support.
The Great Three Days – Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Vigil Saturday – give us time to slow down and reflect on the meaning of Jesus’ death before the Resurrection on Easter Sunday.
Just as Charles Wesley discovered, we must learn that our self worth isn’t what we do, but our identity in Christ, and accept our limitations.
Faith and begorra! The Wesley Bros are looking toward St. Patrick’s Day with the counsel to try to see Christ in everyone, as Celtic Christianity teaches.
The budding romance of Charles Wesley and Sally Gwynne turns to poetry – and discussion of guns.
Think it’s hard to be clergy? What about being an unmarried ordained minister trying to find a mate?