The greatest story never told : revive us again / Leonard Sweet.

By: Sweet, Leonard I
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Nashville, TN : Abingdon Press, c2012Description: xxii, 135 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 9781426740329 (pbk. : alk. paper); 1426740328 (pbk. : alk. paper)Subject(s): Methodist ChurchLOC classification: BX8331.3 | .S94 2012
Contents:
Song of the people called Methodist -- This is my story, this is my song -- God's song in the voices of Methodists -- Song of water -- Lift up your voice with strength : holiness and practice -- Song of fire -- Hearts strangely warmed : the power of passion -- Song of wind -- Life in the spirit : the power of connection -- Song of the earth -- World is my parish : the method of Methodism as a harmonics of hope -- Interactives.
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BX 8331.3 .R54 2009 Methodist connectionalism : BX 8331.3 .S39 2008 Catholic spirit : BX 8331.3 .S67 2002 Affirmations of a dissenter / BX 8331.3 .S94 2012 The greatest story never told : BX 8331.3 .U56 2004 Unmasking Methodist theology / BX 8331.3 .W47 2002 The Wesleyan tradition : BX 8331.3 .W55 2010 This we believe :

Song of the people called Methodist -- This is my story, this is my song -- God's song in the voices of Methodists -- Song of water -- Lift up your voice with strength : holiness and practice -- Song of fire -- Hearts strangely warmed : the power of passion -- Song of wind -- Life in the spirit : the power of connection -- Song of the earth -- World is my parish : the method of Methodism as a harmonics of hope -- Interactives.

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