Holiness Today announces annual church history issue

Holiness Today announces annual church history issue

by | 17 Aug, 2018

The September/October 2018 issue of Holiness Today will highlight the life and legacy of Susanna Wesley. Susanna has been called, literally and figuratively, the Mother of Methodism and consequently of the Holiness Movement.

The best known of her 11 children were John and Charles Wesley, who led revivals that spread throughout Europe and North America in the 18th century.

This issue of Holiness Today features a wide range of contributors, including both scholars and pastors, who highlight the sometimes overlooked contributions of this pioneering woman of faith.

The September/October issue is the second annual church history issue of Holiness Today. The first church history issue, last September/October’s issue on the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, was used widely in churches and was given an award by Evangelical Press Association.

Subscribe now at holinesstoday.org to receive this issue.

--Holiness Today

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