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Warner Press A Model For Making Disciples: John Wesley's Class Meeting

This book is a study of John Wesley's small-group ministry and applies his insights to today's church.

The Evangelical Revival that swept England in the mid-1700s rode on the tidal wave of small-group discipleship. John Wesley and his Methodist preachers had weekly meetings where parishioners' spiritual growth could be monitored and encouraged. Dr. Henderson presents the brilliance of this idea and how such groups would benefit ministry today.

Previously published as ISBN 0916035735 John Wesley's Class Meeting.

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Date:May 29, 2012
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This book helped us significantly as we planned for a small group ministry in our church. Wesley's organizing ability was timeless. His models still work in a 21st century culture! Excellent historical review!
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The book shows what we are mising in our churches

Date:December 17, 2010
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John Wesley helped thousands of people experience what true Christianity is all about. A relationship with our heavenly Father and our community. I hope that more believers will begin to model their lives after the example that John Wesley set for us.
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