A Wesleyan Theology of the Eucharist: The Presence of God for Christian Life and Ministry by Jason E. Vickers, general editor. This book brings together noted Wesleyans who seek to recover the importance of Holy Communion. Leading Wesleyan scholars reflect on the Eucharist in connection with each of the major areas of Christian theology and on the relationship between the Eucharist and aspects of Christian life and ministry.
Distancing himself from liberals and conservatives but also pointing to the uselessness of a middle way, Rieger explores the theology of grace in situations of human pressure. Following John Wesley in his move to consider the 'works of mercy' as part of the means of grace, the author proposes to us a relational concept of grace that will prosper in dialogue and solidarity with those in distress, the oppressed 'other' who make present the gracious 'Other.'
An introduction and explanation of the different types of ministry available for people considering God’s call to ministry in The United Methodist Church. This book is required reading for anyone considering the call to licensed or ordained ministry.
Hear prophetic voices of campus ministers and college and university chaplains. By speaking in a prophetic way to the issues that impact the lives of college students, this book embraces the possibilities of peace for God's people, which is the ground of human flourishing.