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What a Time to Be Wesleyan!: Proclaiming the Holiness Message with Passion and Purpose

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For such a time as this, the passion and principle of John Wesley's faith working through love becomes essential to living and proclaiming the gospel of Christ. Noted author and scholar David McKenna celebrates these simple, yet distinctive foundations and shares with enthusiasm the challenges facing present-day Wesleyans in his timely new book.
Hardcover, 152 pages
Published February 1st 1999 by Beacon Hill Press
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Dr. David Loren McKenna (b. 1929) is Founding Chair of the Northwest Graduate School of the Ministry, Redmond, Washington. He served for 50 years in Christian higher education, including 33 years as a college, university, and seminary president. His national reputation as an educator was acclaimed when he was finalist for Secretary of Education in the Reagan cabinet. He and his wife, Janet, have f ...more
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