God normally imparts this new life to us as we participate in means of grace such as prayer, the devotional reading of scripture, the Lord’s Supper, public worship, Christian conversation, and acts of mercy to our neighbors. Early Methodists sought to keep to a set of spiritual disciplines that kept them focused on God and the neighbor, and discussed their everyday discipleship in a weekly small group called a class.
Covers a wide range of formational practices as well as giving an overview of Wesley’s way of salvation and means of grace.
GOING DEEPER: COMMUNITY AND SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINE
A Blueprint for Discipleship
Kevin M. Watson
Wesleyan spiritual disciplines