Does Vacation Bible School really need elaborate secular themes in order to connect with young believers? asks Wesley Bros.
VBS: A Whole New World, Part One
When is it OK to doubt, and could doubt be a part of faith after all? Charles Wesley and George Whitefield tackle the questions with help(?) from Charlie’s cat, Grimalkin.
Wesley Bros ponder what it means for Jesus’s disciples to be “wise as serpents yet innocent as doves.”
John Wesley goes up against Saint Augustine in a battle over the doctrine of original sin.
Charles Wesley finds that sometimes a cat brings relief and contentment; sometimes it knocks your coffee to the floor, writes the Rev. Charlie Baber.
Does your religion numb you to the pain of the world, or does it energize you to get out into the world and truly love the people who Christ loves, asks Wesley Bros creator Rev. Charlie Baber.
Riding the crest of the “tidying” movement, the Wesley Bros take a look at which churches might need to ride themselves of to create joy.
Baptism not a spiritual magic trick, writes the Rev. Charlie Baber. It is a real act of God’s grace, and a covenant to love one another as Christ loves us, so that the world might believe.
No bunnies or chocolate here, but an animated Wesley Bros collaboration on a hymn celebrating the glory of Christ’s Resurrection.