John Wesley (1703-1791) was an Anglican clergyman and evangelist who was one of the founders of Methodism. Born in Epworth, England, Wesley was a pastor and preacher who became known for his revival efforts and his commitment to spreading the gospel. He traveled extensively throughout England, Wales, and America, preaching and conducting revival meetings that brought thousands of people to faith in Jesus Christ. Wesley's revival efforts were characterized by their emphasis on personal holiness, social justice, and outreach to the poor and marginalized. He also founded the "Methodist" movement, which emphasized small group meetings, the importance of the laity in spreading the gospel, and a strong commitment to social reform. Wesley is remembered as one of the greatest evangelists and revivalists of all time and his legacy continues to inspire new generations of Christians today.