Rev. Dr. Madeline Henners has an amazing story of incremental surrender as the Holy Spirit drew her out of a “mainline” worldview and into the life of the Spirit. She now swims deeply in that stream and talks us through a number of Spirit-filled movements happening in the U.S. In her words, her “dream for the church is revival.” Madeline shares also around intimacy with God, the special topic of her D.Min. studies at United Theological Seminary, where she now serves on staff as the Director of Contextual Formation after ten years as an Elder in the Rio Texas Conference of the UMC.
Rev. Dr. Madeline Henners
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The most common reason for which John Wesley removed people from the Methodist roll was “lightness and carelessness” (journal, 3/12/1743). He couldn't casual and disconnected observation. To be Methodist is to alive to the Spirit at work in community.Read More
A great conversation wtih Shane Bishop and Michael Wooten. Grateful for their hearts for Jesus.Read More