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Who's Minding the Donations?

We expect to hear about the inappropriate use of finances in the secular world"big business and government. But misuse of money in the church by Christians? Surely that is an oxymoron.

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First General Assembly Centennial, October 10

October 10 marks a century since the First General Assembly convened in Chicago at First Church of the Nazarene.

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PLNU Leads Effort to Build Cost-Effective Homes

Nazarene scholars Mark Bilby, Ron Dalton, Craig Keen, Nathan Kerr, Steve McCormick, Thomas Jay Oord, and Richard Thompson met at Christ Church College, Oxford, England, with scholars from other Wesleyan denominations in August.

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It All Started With a Simple Conversation

It's Sunday morning in Paramaribo, Suriname, and a group of girls dressed in their prettiest attire have gathered to sing a song for the congregation at New Charlesburg Church of the Nazarene.

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Something Happens in the Water

One Sunday morning I preached a simple sermon about the meaning and significance of baptism, saying, "Something happens in the water." Then, I invited anyone who would like to be baptized to come forward.

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The Value of Each Person

The background: Joshua was a great leader whom God used to lead the Israelites into the Promised Land. Our first glimpse of him is as he leads the Israelites into a battle.

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Q&|A: Power and Authority

Q: Is there a "Christian" way to think about, and use, power and authority?

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Belize Celebrates Anniversary

In February, the Church of the Nazarene held its 60th district assembly in Belize. Work in this Central American country began 80 years ago, and the district was formed later. General Superintendent Jerry D.

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