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Resource: DVD (JOHGAR) John Wesley; The Man and His Mission     
Author: Garner, Keith
Vendor: Christian Book Distributors
Length: 1 sessions
Heading: UMC — United Methodist Church
Subjects: United Methodist Church; Wesley
Location: UMC
# Copies: 1
ISBN/ISSN: 727985015392
 Description: Journey throughout England and follow the story of one of the most influential people who ever lived.
From a childhood upbringing in the small town of Epworth in the north of England to a scholarly education at Oxford University, and from humble beginnings in Bristol to an influential base in London, John Wesley’s impact is still felt, though not completely recognised, today.
From an early age, John Wesley had a calling on this life to serve. Throughout every phase of his life, Wesley was a man of influence and he was recognised as a natural leader. His dramatic rediscovery of the biblical message of God’s grace offered freely to all led him outside the walls of the church to preach to the masses.
Discover the makings of a man who travelled the length and breadth of England more than any other, who was able to inspire the poor, the middle class and the leaders of his day, and who is widely regarded as one of the most persuasive figures in world history.
The work of John Wesley spread throughout the world and today, hundreds of years after his death, still influences social justice, politics and religion around the world.
This beautifully produced documentary, hosted by Wesley expert Keith Garner and shot at key locations, provides a comprehensive view of John Wesley’s life and legacy.
Bonus Features on the DVD:
• John Wesley’s interactive timeline and historical events
• John Wesley sermons delivered by Keith Garner
55 minutes running time
Age Groups: Adult (30-65)

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