Wild: A Journey Worth Taking

In India, there are men called sadhus, which translates as “good men” or “holy men.” They are commonly recognized by their chalky white faces, the…

John Wesley: Balancing Physical and Spiritual Health

Country: England
Born: June 17, 1703
Died: March 2, 1791
Religion: Methodist
John Wesley was an Anglican minister and founder of the Methodist Movement. Wesley emphasized the need for faith to be focused on both personal piety and social justice; he believed there was “no holiness, but social holiness” and that our faith could not be lived in isolation.