Late Harvest Wesleyan Ministries

Pursue peace with all people, and the holiness without which no one will see the Lord. (Heb. 12:14)

Late Harvest Wesleyan Ministries


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Throughout the centuries from the time of Christ, the essence of holiness has been preserved in the written word. Writers wrote for the sake of definition, explanation, proclamation, and defense of their subject. Using their unique voices, they posited the most genuine expressions of holiness for their potential readers. These writers’ lives are as varied as the times they lived in, the cultures they came from, the faith communities that surrounded them, and the personalities through which they wrote. Despite the diversity, these writers expressed symbiotic ideas regarding holiness that connect them in a holy paper trail leading back to the first century. Rev. Dr. J. Patrick Bowman takes a broad look at holiness literature that works well for personal study and classroom application in this easy-to-read reference text.


This month’s feature

Refusing to Stay in the Palace

By Rev. Dr. J. Patrick Bowman

Every child of God, endowed with a purpose by God, is beautiful in His sight. From before the foundations of the world, the heavenly Father ordained a path to follow, leading to a person’s ultimate destiny in accomplishing God’s purposes. Do we, as Christians, sometimes confuse destination and destiny? Can we end up at one without realizing the other?

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