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Monday, February 26, 2007

Charles Wesley's 300th Birthday Celebration ...

Methodists all around the world are celebrating the 300th birthday of Charles Wesley this year. As part of that celebration I'll be leading a 10-day Wesleyan pilgrimage in England with Dr. Paul Chilcote (president of the Charles Wesley Society and visiting professor of the practice of evangelism at Duke University Divinity Schooll). The Pilgrimage begins on July 31 and concludes on August 10. We will visit the places important to the life and formation of Charles and John Wesley: Epworth, Oxford, London, and Bristol.

It's not too late to register for this powerful opportunity for learning and spiritual renewal. And it qualifies for 3 CEUs.

To learn more about this event, go to 300.


Blogger John Wesley said...

Dearest Sibling in Christ,
Little journeys hither and thither have for these two or three weeks taken up much of my time. You know I am a busy kind of mortal; however, I am always glad to see my old friends. Keep fighting the good fight! Remember to first do no evil, second to do nothing but good and third to continue to attend to the ordinances of God.
Wishing you every gospel blessing;
I remain, dear James

9:49 AM

Blogger John said...

I just missed the opportunity to study with Paul Chilcote. He left Asbury/Orlando shortly before I arrived. But he wrote well about the Wesleys, particularly the neglected Charles.

5:06 PM


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