In this exciting and inspiring new study, Scott J. Jones helps seekers and believers to envision and practice discipleship as a way of life. Presenting Christianity from a Wesleyan perspective, Jones invites participants into a deeper, more thoughtful, more active commitment to Christ. This 8-session study helps participants focus on how, through discipleship with Jesus Ch In this exciting and inspiring new study, Scott J.
This 8-session study helps participants focus on how, through discipleship with Jesus Christ, we become part of God's work in transforming the world. Each week a different presenter shares their personal faith experience.
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Mini-videos conclude each week with an interview or ministry story from the presenter's home church. Participants then read on their own from the student book and the Bible and then once a week the group comes together to explore what they've read and to view another video. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages.
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Oct 27, Tracy rated it really liked it. The following session explores the nature of God, who calls his people to act on the love he models for them.
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Week 3 looks honestly at the real world that, although created good by a good God, is mired in sin. Lesson 4 covers the turning point provided by grace.
The Wesleyan Way: A Faith That Matters by Scott J Jones
Jones gives an overview of the Wesleyan understanding of prevenient, convincing, justifying, and sanctifying grace, all of which work together in transforming the Christian into a new creation. Jones acknowledges that much of what we hope to learn about heaven, the problem of evil, and other uncomfortable concepts are unknowable even for the most ardent Christian. However, Jones reminds his readers, our hope is still in the grace of Christ, which we can trust despite our uncertainties.
Jones also provides a hymn to help illustrate each topic, even going so far as to translate the hymn into more contemporary language. The Wesleyan Way also includes two supplemental pieces.