Review: The Wesleyan Way of Salvation

by Eric Van Meter
When he first discovered the Wesleyan Way of Salvation, Scott Jones found a tradition that made sense of his faith and gave shape to his life. Thirty-five years later, his most… read more

The Wesleyan Way

by Scott J. Jones
[I]n the spring of 1978, I had finally resolved my spiritual search and had become a Christian. I had even started seminary, because I sensed that the church was a good thing and… read more

Finding Your Gifts and Talents for Service

by Carol Cartmill, Yvonne Gentile
What are your top spiritual gifts? Find out with Ministry Matters' exclusive Spiritual Gifts Inventory, based on Church of the Resurrection's Serving from the Heart study. … read more

My Road to Accountability

by Craig Gross
My own experience with accountability started in my teenage years, the summer after my sophomore year in high school, when my youth pastor, Tom, sought me out and asked me if I… read more

A Higher Standard for Membership

by Carolyn Slaughter
In the spring of 1979, my husband Michael and I landed in a small church beside a county road in Ginghamsburg, Ohio. Coming from a “country club” church on the east… read more

Let the Children Come: Kids Coming to Church Without Parents

by Reggie Blount
“Then little children were being brought to him in order that he might lay his hands on them and pray. The disciples spoke sternly to those who brought them; but Jesus said, … read more
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