The Wesleyan understanding of the way of holiness is a journey of deepening consciousness of being both known and loved by God. The spirituality found in the Wesleyan rule of life, and the communal practices of class and band meetings, train us to look for and see the evidence of God’s action in our souls, and through Christian relationships form us for victory over besetting sin through humility, grace dependency, courage, and compassion.
Dr. Scott Kisker
Scott is married to Roberta and they have five children: Maria, Susanna, Isaac, Tabitha, and Naomi. Scott serves as Professor of the History of Christianity and Associate Dean at United Theological Seminary in Dayton Ohio. His areas of major interest, both academic and experiential, are revival movements and Wesleyan spirituality.