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Theology makes the young theologian vain and so kindles in him something like gnostic pride. The chief reason for this i...

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Reflection on The Gathering 2011

[...] The Gathering. I counted approximately 4 times where the "optimism of grace" the Wesleyan Church claims in its doctrine was quoted or alluded to. There was a hopeful expectation that the [...]

Sacramentalism and The Wesleyan Church

[...] Currently serving as a pastor in Northeast Minneapolis with the Wesleyan Church (and likely continuing to do so after I graduate), I couldn't help but see how some of my [...]

Sacramentalism and The Wesleyan Church

[...] Currently serving as a pastor in Northeast Minneapolis with the Wesleyan Church (and likely continuing to do so after I graduate), I couldn't help but see how some of my [...]

Indiana Wesleyan Enshrines Kirk Cameron as "World Changer"

[...] Kirk Cameron has been selected by Indiana Wesleyan as the 2012 inductee to The Society of World Changers. I think my Alma mater has lost it. & [...]

Reflection on The Gathering 2011

[...] blessed to be a part of The Gathering. It was so great to reconnect with some old friends of Indiana Wesleyan and to just spend a few days in worship with 1,800 other ministers of the gospel. [...]

Live at The Gathering 4

[...] by the spirit of God. The crowd of The Gathering was treated to such an experience when Brenda Salter McNeil took the microphone Thursday morning. __________________ Thursday Morning Rally- “ [...]

Live at The Gathering 4

[...] ” Brenda Salter McNeil (evangelist, pastor, and reconciliation scholar) Esther 4:12-14 “Who, Me?: A Call to [...]

Reflection on The Gathering 2011

[...] worship team. Perhaps the most engaging speaker of the entire event was a black woman (Brenda Salter McNeil). And though not as intentional, during a call for church planting funds, Troy Evans, a [...]

Live at The Gathering 3

[...] Keith Loy, lead pastor of the highly creative Celebrate Community Church in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, was [...]

Live at The Gathering 3

[...] Keith Loy, lead pastor of the highly creative Celebrate Community Church in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, was [...]

Live at The Gathering 4

[...] , and pay attention to what is going on out here. - McNeil somewhat supports the sentiment of Keith Loy from last night: The church is the hope of the world. But, she somewhat contradicts it. She [...]

Live at The Gathering 4

[...] , and pay attention to what is going on out here. - McNeil somewhat supports the sentiment of Keith Loy from last night: The church is the hope of the world. But, she somewhat contradicts it. She [...]

Ageless Faith

[...] At David and Keith Drury's recommendation, the Wesleyan Publishing House generously provided me with a pdf copy of their [...]

Ageless Faith

[...] At David and Keith Drury's recommendation, the Wesleyan Publishing House generously provided me with a pdf copy of their [...]

Reflection on The Gathering 2011

[...] is half-empty" perspective on the Gathering can be found in Ken Schenck's post. Keith Drury has also summarized his thoughts on the event here.) #1 -- Hope There seemed to be a [...]

Live From The Gathering 1

[...] Jacksonville, Florida. It's a conference designed for the revitalization and equipping of Wesleyan pastors and their spouses. And it's been a blast so far! It's been amazing to reconnect with some [...]

Ageless Faith

[...] the book is "Wesleyan," but everyone is invited to look over the shoulders of two Wesleyan pastors and see what might be gleaned for their context. In reality, I'm not sure what makes the [...]

Ageless Faith

[...] the book is "Wesleyan," but everyone is invited to look over the shoulders of two Wesleyan pastors and see what might be gleaned for their context. In reality, I'm not sure what makes the [...]

Social Justice and Labelism

[...] The comments section is worth a read as well, where Craig Moore (a regular commenter and UMC pastor) challenges Christians to be socially just without becoming "Marxist." Though [...]

Yoder Reflection

[...] world what both are called to be and to do.” [8] Likely following his study with Barth, Yoder rejects any idea that the “natural” order of the world is the way things are supposed to [...]

Yoder Reflection

[...] world what both are called to be and to do.” [8] Likely following his study with Barth, Yoder rejects any idea that the “natural” order of the world is the way things are supposed to be. [9] [...]

Social Justice and Labelism

[...] Glenn). What Beck is engaging in, good friend and former professor Ken Schenck (now Dean of Wesleyan Seminary at IWU) has called "labelism: the tendency to skew diverse particular ideas, events, [...]

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Reflection on The Gathering 2011

[...] The Gathering. I counted approximately 4 times where the "optimism of grace" the Wesleyan Church claims in its doctrine was quoted or alluded to. There was a hopeful expectation that the [...]

Sacramentalism and The Wesleyan Church

[...] Currently serving as a pastor in Northeast Minneapolis with the Wesleyan Church (and likely continuing to do so after I graduate), I couldn't help but see how some of my [...]

Sacramentalism and The Wesleyan Church

[...] Currently serving as a pastor in Northeast Minneapolis with the Wesleyan Church (and likely continuing to do so after I graduate), I couldn't help but see how some of my [...]