Be inspired by Susannah Wesley, who had 19 children. She was the 25th child. She then had 19 children of her own. John Wesley was the 15th; Charles was the 17th. These two men sparked the Great Awakening. On the day each of her children turned five, she took them apart and in private taught them the whole alphabet in one day. Then the next day she proceeded to teach them to learn to read, using only the book of Genesis. She went word by word. When John died he left the world two silver spoons, a teapot, a worn cloak and the Methodist Church all over the globe. That reformation kept the British Empire from experiencing its own devastating repeat of the French Revolution.