Gooch explores our everyday understanding of what it means to be an involved member of a church. His four categories help readers to think differently about the way they participate in church. Unlike many books on church membership, Gooch does not spend a lot of time on bylaws or matters of organization; rather, he speaks to the heart of our participation: how we belong, what we believe, how we live, and the possibilities for our growth in faith. Christians belong to a community of faith. Being a Christian in the Wesleyan Tradition shows we can live our faith in private and public acts of devotion and ministry.
Being a Christian in the Wesleyan Tradition
Upper Room Books
Belonging, Believing, Living, Growing
Mind, Body & Spirit