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Longing for Spring: A New Vision for Wesleyan Community

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Description: Delving into the widespread, contemporary longing for a more serious and communal experience of Christianity, this book provides important theoretical underpinnings and casts a vision for a new monasticism within the Wesleyan tradition. Elaine Heath and Scott Kisker call for the planting of neo-monastic churches which embody the Wesleyan vision of holiness in ...more
Paperback, 104 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Cascade Books
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Apr 21, 2012 John Lucy rated it it was amazing
Leave it to Dr. Kisker to try and develop an argument for and a means of reviving the Church, particularly the United Methodist Church. There's not much to say about this book other than that it is quite good, easy and fun to read. It takes readers through a vital history of Christianity, since the Reformation and Methodism in particular, to see what has been at the heart of reviving the Church throughout history, and then uses that to look forward to how to bring about a revival through new mon ...more
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Mar 19, 2012 Catherine Davis rated it it was amazing
EXCELLENT book for those looking for a new way to be the church that is rooted in Wesleyan theology.
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