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Q&A: Church Commitment

Q: Many older people in the church look back on their lives and believe that they were in church "every time the doors were open." Many younger people, with their busy schedules, do not believe that is a fair expectation.

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Meaningful Memories

In the November/December 2007 issue of Holiness Today, the article about C.W. Ruth by Stan Ingersol stimulated my memory to the degree that I began to jot down some notes about some of my early days.

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Some Thoughts on Divorce Rates and Nazarenes

Divorce rates among Nazarenes have been found to be lower than those among other married couples.

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Dhariana Balbuena: Sketches

Dhariana Balbuena was born and raised in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. She serves as Spanish Caribbean Field secretary and Nazarene Youth International (NYI) coordinator.

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The First and Second General Assemblies

H. Orton Wiley was Herald of Holiness editor when the Church of the Nazarene celebrated its Silver (25th) Anniversary in October 1933. On the key week, the Herald appeared with a silver cover.

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Still Reforming After All These Years

Recent events in Virginia, the very place where Thomas Jefferson long ago penned words about freedom and about all people being seen equally in the eyes of the Creator, remind us that reformation is an ongoing process.  Jefferson himself held slav

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Holiness With Hands and Feet

Holiness and active participation in meeting the needs of others have always gone hand in hand.  In the Old Testament, God called His people to be a source of healing and light to the nations: not just in doctrinal purity, but in service to those

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