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12 Ideas to fill your Christmas (and the strange week after) with more Wonder

by Rev. Adam Weber This article was re-posted from an email – subscribe at adamweber.com. The older you get, the easier it is for Christmas to feel boring and mundane.
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Equipping the Local Church Grant Cycle Opens January 15

The Foundation for Evangelism is pleased to announce it will open the 2023 Equipping the Local Church grant cycle on January 15. A total of $350,000 is available for grants
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Christian Perfection

By Henry “Hal” Knight III Christian perfection, or entire sanctification, may be the most controversial of Wesley’s teachings. It was certainly one of the most misunderstood, which is why Wesley
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The Marks of Conversion

By Henry “Hal” Knight III “Conversion” is a tricky word. Everyone seems to know what it means, but the meanings are widely divergent. They are often quite different from how
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Transforming Evangelism Online Course

Quick Info: Dates: Dec. 5 – 16, 2022 Number of weeks: 2 Price: $70 CEUs: 1.0 Required books?: Yes Live video session?: No Part of a certification or series of
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Look back, Give Thanks, Move Forward

Remember God’s past provisions, let go of expectations and find new ways God is working today. By Laura Buchanan Neighboring has changed. Technology has transformed our daily living. Relationship building
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The Significance of the Law for Wesley

By Henry “Hal” Knight III For Wesley, prevenient grace is a manifestation of God’s universal love for humanity. God reaches out to everyone, restoring a measure of the freedom which
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Grant Panelists Share Progress, Challenges

A panel of three grant recipients from the 2022 Equipping the Local Church Grant Cycle spent the morning with the Foundation’s board or trustees and honorary trustee council at their
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The Christmas Conference: 10 days that started a church

By Joe Iovino For many of us Christmas morning means lounging in our pajamas, eating delicious food and slowly opening gifts. For those who started the Methodist church in America,
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Original Sin

By Henry “Hal” Knight III Wesley’s doctrine of prevenient grace was his solution to a problem inherent in two central teachings of Protestantism. The first was original sin, which in
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