A Heart Set Free:
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Anglican / Methodist Hymnwriter
broke many barriers of 1700’s England not only to become "the
most gifted and indefatigable poet and hymnwriter that England has ever
known," but also to give music, heart and soul to the Methodist
movement that he and his brother John led.
These founding fathers of Methodism traveled the same path, yet their lives and talents were often remarkably distinct.
The Herald Angels Sing"
Discover the poet, husband, and hymnwriter who penned "Hark, The Herald Angels Sing," and "O, For a Thousand Tongues to Sing."
as a failed missionary to America,
Video Librarian, Sept./Oct. 2008:
Charles Wesley (1707-88) was born into a family of Church of England clergymen.
While at Oxford, Charles and his brother John organized a group called the "Holy Club," known for its methodical habits of study and devotion, which earned them the sobriquet "methodists" -- a label that stuck.
Charles was an ordained Church of England minister who followed his brother John on a missionary expedition to America, and after returning to England experienced a profound conversion, ultimately launching a unique ministry that preached salvation by faith alone to all who would listen -- including society's outcasts -- often in an outdoor setting where he attracted thousands.
Incorporating music into the services, Charles begin writing hymns for instruction, eventually producing some 13 volumes of verse, set to music by various composers.
Known as the "Sweet Bard of Methodism" and "Father of English Hymns," Charles Wesley's long and influential life is beautifully documented in T.N. Mohan's A Heart Set Free, which combines scholarly interviews together with works of art, ____________________________
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archival manuscripts, and other primary sources to offer a fully-realized portrait of an important figure in religious history.
More detailed than Charles Wesley: Hymns of Praise (VL-7/04), this is highly recommended.
Church Libraries - Fall 2008:
This DVD could well be titled Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Charles Wesley.
This is a thorough story encompassing the life of Wesley as a child, preacher, songwriter, husband, and father.
The film explores the many facets of his life and his overpowering need for a true relationship with Christ that culminates in his conversion in 1738.
The passion of that conversion is felt yet today in the many songs Wesley penned.
Much of Wesley's music; comments from experts on Wesley and Methodism; and a variety of photos, illustrations, letters manuscripts, and other papers all come together to make this a compelling, feature-length documentary that would be a welcome addition to any church library. -CC _______________________________
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