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A Tale of Two Brothers | Christian History Institute
Like many siblings, John and Charles Wesley often clashed— and the Methodist movement profited. From Christian History magazine
The West is a mission field. We need mission insights to understand worldview and culture.
Time is a strange commodity. We stayed last month at a holiday cottage in the north Derbyshire village where I spent some years of my childhood. It’s apparently the oldest building in the village. Friends in the New World will perhaps be particularly entranced by its age – it was already 200 years old when Charles Wesley stayed there! It is part of a farm complex which later became a Moravian settlement for 50 years.
Module 411: John and Charles Wesley | Christian History Institute
Christian History Institute's study module on John and Charles Wesley, hymn-writers, evangelists, and founders of Methodism.
And Can It Be - The Center For Church Music
A study of the hymn "And Can It Be," with mp3, sheet music, a devotional based on the hymn, the hymn story, and information about who wrote this beautiful hymn.
Charles Wesley : AWAKE, THOU THAT SLEEPEST
And first, as to the sleepers here spoken to. By sleep is signified the natural state of man; that deep sleep of the soul, into which the sin of Adam hath cast all who spring from his loins: That supineness, indolence, and stupidity, that insensibility of his real condition, wherein every man comes