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A very Wesley New Year

A stained glass window of John Wesley. Photo by Ronny Perry, UMNS

From Three Simple Rules to cups of coffee, here are ways to make 2018 a United Methodist Year.

Reformed by scripture

For the past 500 years lay persons have been encouraged to search the scripture for guidance and hope.

Be like John Wesley

Missional, counter-cultural, sacramental, and marginal … words that describe Wesley’s drive to spread holiness.

Why United Methodist, part three

Rev. Dwayne Bagley concludes his three-part series on embracing ways of John Wesley.

Life-changing moments

Just as Wesley had his Aldersgate experience, so can everyone have a Holy Spirit moment.

What does it mean to be evangelical?

Plenty of United Methodists claim the name evangelical but with different emphases.

How we got here

As UMC seeks a way forward, retired Bishop Mike Coyner describes how the church reached its current state.

40 Days with Wesley

Lenten devotional combines Wesleyan focus with the insightful reflections of Bishop Rueben Job.

John Wesley on unity

Wesleyan scholars say that when it comes to Methodism’s founder, the subject of unity gets complicated.

Celebrate All Saints on Nov. 6

John Wesley encouraged Methodists to remember and give thanks for saints gone to glory and those still living.

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