Charles Wesley

Charles Wesley was an early leader in the Methodist movement along with his brother, John, and best known for his hymn composition.

Works by this author

Language: English

Herald of Holiness - August 28, 1968

Westlake Taylor Purkiser
Charles Wesley
Orville Jenkins
Philip N. Metcalfe
William M. Irwin
Ruth Teasdale
James T. Christy
Lois Watts
Theodore W. Willingham
Garth Hyde
Albert J. Lown
The test of the hymn Arise, My Soul, Arise

01 Arise, My Soul, Arise By Charles Wesley
02 Spiritual Reality By General Superintendent Jenkins
03 A Man's Kind of Man By Philip N. Metcalfe
04 50 Years Ago In the Herald of Holiness: Expecting Too Much By William M. Irwin
05 Helps to Holy Living: Surface Tension and Molecules By Ruth Teasdale
06 Why Hold On So Tightly? By Jim Christy
07 On the Control of Evil By Lois Watts
08 "Himself Alone" By T. W. Willingham
09 God's Work Week By Garth Hyde
10 Editorially Speaking By W.T. Purkiser
12 Evangelists' Slate

English
Type: 
Complete magazine

Herald of Holiness - March 12, 1958

Stephen S. White
D. I. (Daniel I.) Vanderpool
Hugh C. Benner
Charles Wesley
Lewis T. Corlett
Westlake Taylor Purkiser
Ralph Earle
Delbert R. Gish
Lauriston J. Du Bois
Mendell Taylor
Harvey E. Finley
J. Kenneth Grider
Bertha Munro
First page of the Herald.

01 Our "Golden Easter" Offering by General Superintendent Vanderpool

02 Late News

English
Type: 
Complete magazine

Herald of Holiness - November 20, 1957

Stephen S. White
Charles Wesley
Carl W., Jr., Gray
Christine White
Samuel Young
T. Crichton Mitchell
Jack M. Scharn
Hugh C. Benner
Haldor Lillenas
Mervel A. (Bud) Lunn
C. William Fisher
Ponder W. Gilliland
E. E. Wordsworth
Floyd W. Hawkins
Ralph Schurman
Bertha Munro
An illustration of Charles Wesley

02 Late News

02 Forever Here My Rest Shall Be, CharIes Wesley

English
Type: 
Complete magazine