Tag Archives: John Wesley

Ring in the New Year, John Wesley-Style

In the spirit of the new year, read a snippet from the journal of John Wesley, founder of the Wesleyan movement, who observed the start of 1785 in a unique way.
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Brethren in Christ on the World Wide Web

A few Brethren in Christ-related links that caught my attention over the past weeks. Continue reading

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Look Who I Found (Literally) Hanging Out at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

John Wesley!
English artist George Romney's 1788-89 portrait of John Wesley, on display at the Philadelphia Museum of Art Continue reading

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Photo Friday: “I’ve Got a Caption for This Picture…”

Today’s Photo Friday features a lighthearted image from the educational ministry of Luke L. Keefer, Jr.
Brethren in Christ educators Luke L. Keefer Jr., Al Long, and Arthur Climenhaga pose for a lighthearted picture while on a tour of England in 1993. (Brethren in Christ Historical Library and Archives) Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

A quote to make you think, courtesy of eighteenth-century theologian John Wesley.
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John Wesley’s Day

Celebrate the 308th birthday of John Wesley, patron saint of Methodism and Wesleyan-related denominations like the Brethren in Christ.
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What Would John Wesley Do?

Applying John Wesley’s generosity to a contemporary controversy over “greed.”
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