About

About one year ago, Hope Morgan Ward, Bishop of the North Carolina Methodist Church proposed traveling to the United Kingdom in March 2014. I loved the idea for the trip and began discussing it with my family. Then my daughter joined her university’s Solar House Team and was selected to travel to France in June 2014 for the International Solar House competition.

Our family opted for one trip where my wife and I would visit the Wesley sites in the UK and then visit our daughter at the international competition.

I have begun reading a number of books on Wesley and Methodism. And I hope that in visiting the sites in the UK, I will be able to record interviews at each location for a series of Sunday School lessons on Wesley.

I would appreciate any suggestions you may have.

Bill Poston
Raleigh, NC

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2 thoughts on “About

  1. Al DeFilippo says:

    Hello Bill. Enjoyed your post on Wesley. I am confident you will enjoy your journey into a movement that saved England when it was self destructing with rampant illiteracy, vice and addition to gin.

    In two months, I am releasing a three-book series about one of Wesley’s missionaries to America, Francis Asbury. The Asbury Triptych Series opens with the book, Black Country. This treatment does something never done before by detailing Asbury’s earliest years of preaching in England before he leaves for America. The opening book also gives extensive treatment in novel form to the Wesley brothers and other key figures for the British Wesleyan movement, people like George Whitefield and the Countess, Selina of Huntingdon. The website for the book series is http://www.francisasburytriptych.com. The opening book, Black Country, should be available November 1 of this year. Feel free to subscribe to the website, regular updates will begin this fall. If you feel led to, I would appreciate you linking to the site, this will help with the ratings in Google. Thank you again for the Wesley blog.

  2. Al DeFilippo says:

    Hello Pastor Bill. Black Country, the opening book in the Asbury Triptych Series is out. You can view it as well as articles on the remaining two books in the trilogy at http://www.francisasburytriptych.com. In addition, the website has numerous articles about the movement started by John Wesley and George Whitefield. Black Country is also available in print and e-format at Amazon books, Barnes and Noble and of course on the Triptych website. Enjoy.

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