“Christian perfection” isn’t a static state, but a continuous process in which humans gain more and more of the perspective on love as God, whose infinite nature we can never fully encompass, writes the Rev. Charlie Baber.
Our intrepid Wesley Bros crew encounters duplicates from another cartoon franchise on board the USS Interpretize and they fear for their lives over differing perspectives.
During Advent, we must make a decision about the sort of people we will be. If we are changed by the Christ-story, if we become characters in the nativity of Christ-born-in-our-hearts today, how must we live?
In a new job on a university campus, Charlie Baber ponders the Advent connections between America’s racism and John Wesley’s campaign to abolish slavery.
The Wesley Bros are adamant that Advent isn’t Christmas, and they have the Spotify playlist to prove it!
Harking back a few years, the Wesley Bros look at the idea that all Christians are ministers with varying roles and responsibilities.
John Wesley’s failed romance with Sophy Hopkey in Georgia was personally heartbreaking but still provided valuable experience to refine his method of group accountability.
John Wesley preached a sermon on God’s judgment to a bunch of judges, calling them to deal justly with people in this life in the expectation of being judged themselves in the afterlife. The communion of saints is here with us now!
The Wesley family’s experiences with a poltergeist at Epworth Rectory convinced son Jackie (John) that a spiritual world existed.
Still in Georgia, John Wesley’s romance with Sophy Hopkey ends badly when he refuses her communion after he broke off their relationship and she married another man.