"I design plain truth for plain people."
At one point, John Wesley was plagued with so much doubt and fear about his faith, that he planned to stop preaching. But a Moravian priest told him, "Preach faith till you have it, and then, because you have it, you will preach faith." Wesley went on to preach so enthusiastically that he was barred from a number of churches.
In England, pastors were expected to teach or settle into a parish. Wesley and others continued to preach on the streets and wherever people would listen. He responded to criticism with his famous line, "I look upon all the world as my parish."
We're strong believers in small groups. From the beginning, Wesley was very aware that people could blend into large crowds and lose accountability. Wesley worked hard to create groups of 5-6 people for mutual confession and prayer.