I have been considering different ways that this blog can be used as a further resource for those who are using A Blueprint for Discipleship: Wesley’s General Rules as a Guide to Christian Living in a small group setting this fall. I have considered a series that works through the book chapter by chapter. I have also wondered if it might be fruitful to accept questions from readers or group leaders and each week I could post a video response to the question. I am open to other possibilities as well.
If you will be using the book this fall, or if you have experience leading small group studies, how do you think this blog could best be used to make the experience that people who use the book have even better? I am very interested in your thoughts.
Richard Evans said:
I do not know how you could use this blog but I think there is an interest in what you propose. “Many Christians sense that there is more to the Christian life than what they have experienced so far. Many people are ready for a deeper and more meaningful relationship with God, but they aren’t quite sure where to start or how to find it.” p. 11 I managed to get started but have a hard time finding the way forward. After reading your post about sanctification, I read Tom Albin “Inwardly Persuaded ;Religion of the heart in Early British Methosism”
“Heart Religion”in the Methosist Tradition and Related Movements edited by Richard B. Steele Small groups provided the early Methodist a path to spiritual growth.
Anyway you present this book you have one interested person. I am convinced John Wesley would have been a great blogger.
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