2020 | 21 Days to a Closer Walk with Christ
The Wesley Covenant Prayer has been used in Methodist services around the world on the first Sunday of the year since John Wesley introduced it in 1755. Wesley expected that people would pray this prayer as a way of remembering, renewing, and surrendering themselves in complete trust to God. In The Wesley Prayer Challenge, author Chris Folmsbee invites readers to consider words from the Wesley Covenant Prayer each day for three weeks, while reflecting on their meaning in the context of the larger piece.
Speakers: Chris Folmsbee
Writers: Chris Folmsbee
Source: Abingdon Press
In this session, author Chris Folmsbee discusses the first lines of the Wesley Covenant Prayer and the themes of surrender and suffering. This session introduce...
In this session, author Chris Folmsbee further explores the Wesley Covenant Prayer and the themes of honor and humility. He discusses the difficulty of the pray...
In this session, author Chris Folmsbee explores the last lines of the Wesley Covenant Prayer and the themes of community and commitment. He discusses his own st...
Renew your passion for prayer in just 21 Days with the Wesley Prayer Challenge.