John Wesley: The World, My Parish

See how God fanned the spark of divine grace into a blazing flame through the lives and ministries of the Wesley brothers and their fellow pilgrims in the early Methodist movement through the pages of this graphic novel!

Creation Process

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About the Illustrator

FAVIAN EE has been creating comics since he was a child. He grew up in a Methodist family and received his education Methodist schools. Even at a tender age, he was finding ways to express his faith through comics. He served as a writer and illustrator in a Methodist church youth ministry as a young adult, and later created a series of Christian comics stationery which was sold in local bookshops under the brand “Wen’s World Christian Comics”. He later went back to study animation and thereafter worked as a visual effects artist for Hollywood movies for about seven years. He is now working as a part time lecturer and art instructor and freelance artist.


Loving God’s Word

Bishop’s Message Oh, how I love your law! I meditate on it all day long. ~ Psalm 119:97 (NIV) The Psalmist’s love for God’s written Word was shared by Methodism’s founder, John Wesley, who wrote, “Let me be homo unius libri” (Aquinas’ Latin phrase for “a person of one book”). Wesley was referring to the…
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Act justly, love mercy and walk humbly with God

Bishop’s Message He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the LORD require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God. ~ Micah 6:8 (NIV) God’s commission in Micah 6:8 is especially relevant in at least two ways this month. Firstly, Singapore celebrates…
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Results and relationships

Bishop’s Message An anecdote is often told about Charles Francis Adams Sr who was the United States ambassador to Great Britain during the Lincoln administration. He kept a daily journal and taught his children to do the same. The journal of Ambassador Adams has an entry which reads simply: Went fishing with my son; caught…
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Methodist Tapestries Collection

Methodism’s global story through the medium of needlework Artist transferring sketch to linen with lightbox Built in 1760, High House Chapel in northern England had, until recently, boasted of being the oldest Methodist Chapel in continuous use. Wesley preached there 13 times and, at the height of the 18th-century lead-mining industry, this small village chapel had over…
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Studying the Word changed my life

I accepted Christ in my teenage years through the Girls’ Brigade and have been a Kampong Kapor Methodist Church member since 2019. To me, being a Methodist means being connected to a broader group of churches committed to making disciples of Christ: disciples who, being saved through God’s grace, bear testimony through pursuing holiness in…
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Our Wesleyan heritage

Being a Methodist means being inspired by a founder who believed tradition was to be respected but not slavishly followed, who embraced innovation but did not do so mindlessly, and who freely pursued Christian perfection without being burdened by any expectation of achieving perfection in this life. It means being a part of a tradition…
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