As I entered a barbershop that was new to me, a bench in the waiting area caught my attention. It was a church pew!
In this issue of Holiness Today our focus touches the concerns of family: Being family, helping families, and cherishing families in the Body of Christ. When I think of family, St.
The earliest Christians were a notable lot. Were many of us to rub shoulders with them, we might find ourselves intimidated by the intensity of their discipleship. "Counting the cost" was no glib phrase for these stalwarts.
In those places where Christmas is celebrated on December 25, many of us spend the first days of the new year calculating the cost of Christmas.
What does holiness today look like? Oh, I am not talking about Holiness Today, this magazine, as much as I like it. I am asking an altogether different question.
In our book, Christmas Traditions (Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City), Linda and I tell the story of a special Christmas Sunday offertory at our church in Ohio.
At almost every point in our history, voices have questioned whether the Church of the Nazarene has lost, or is in danger of losing, its way.
In August I completed my first two years as general superintendent. Africa was my initial regional jurisdiction assignment, and I fell in love with its people.
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