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The Reformation(s) of the Church

Reformation before Luther

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Your Theology is Showing

On a few occasions in my ministry I have heard comments that seemed to disparage the value of theology in our everyday life. One example was in a local church board meeting.

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Peace Be With You

Friends talk about our ever-changing world and our roles as Christians in it: They call attention to daily news headlines reminding us that winds of change blow continually across the globe.

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Seasons of a Congregation

I thought those parables about scattering seed, planting vineyards, and chasing sheep were as out of date and ancient as my childhood. I grew up in the country picking strawberries every summer for my dad.

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The Means of Grace

Wesleyan spirituality includes a particular method for growth in God’s grace (which is why Wesleyan Christians are often called Methodists).

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Q&A: Christian Mindfulness

Why are so many Christians willing to believe and share only one side of stories? Shouldn’t we be more mindful?

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Q&A: Old Testament Law

Q: From the early era on, the church has not observed the feasts, festivals, and dietary laws that God commanded in the Old Testament. Why not?

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Q&A: Nurturing Young Clergy

What can the Church of the Nazarene do to better recognize and nurture the ministries of its young clergy?

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