We Are More Than We Have Become: John Wesley’s Call to Holiness and Service
In this lecture, the first woman bishop of the United Methodist Church’s West Virginia Conference, Sandra Steiner Ball '84, will address John Wesley’s desire to reform the Church and to move women and men from a passive connection with the Divine, to an active, relational, and accountable life of holiness and service to God. This subject is relevant for today as it was in the 18th Century.
John Wesley, United Methodist Church, service to God, holiness, religion
Christian Denominations and Sects | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
Steiner Ball, Sandra L. "We Are More Than We Have Become: John Wesley’s Call to Holiness and Service." Ensemble video, 01:15:15. February 9, 2016. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/Ys39WrRp