I interview Adam Hamiton about “Revival,” Adam’s latest project from Abingdon Press. We discuss Adam’s travels to England where he followed the life of John Wesley, and we talk about the defining characteristics of a Wesleyan Christian.
How should we balance truth and grace? Shane Raynor interviews Rob Renfroe, president of Good News, a national organization committed to the doctrinal integrity and spiritual renewal of the United Methodist Church. Rob is the author of “The Trouble with the Truth.”
Linda McCullough Moore tried something new — rather than have one “quiet time” a day, she decided to pray for at least 15 minutes four times daily. In this episode of Ministry Matters Radio, we talk with her about her prayer experiment, hearing God’s voice, fasting, making time to pray, developing good prayer habits and learning self-discipline. Linda is the author of “The Book of Not So Common Prayer.”
My interview with Brian D. McLaren
Bishop Rueben Job & Neil Alexander signing books at UMPH in Nashville. (at United Methodist Publishing House)
Book event at the United Methodist Publishing House with Neil Alexander & Rueben Job
What does formal church membership mean in the 21st century? Is it still relevant or is it a relic that needs to be discarded or reinvented? This webcast aired live on May 15, 2014.
The Bible says in 1 Peter that we’re “liberated by the precious blood of Christ.” (CEB) What are we set free from? And why do some Christians seem to find it so difficult to talk about blood?
John Wesley photo op for the 2 latest Converge titles (at United Methodist Publishing House)
The Person We Used to Be
In Romans 6:6, Paul tells us, “This is what we know: the person that we used to be was crucified with [Christ] in order to get rid of the corpse that had been controlled by sin. That way we wouldn’t be slaves to sin anymore…” So if our old self is dead, why do we keep struggling with him?