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. The 10-year-old daughter of a member couple brought her beginners?
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.
The recent trip to Japan by General Superintendent J. K. Warrick was a significant event.
"What results does God desire for the Church of the Nazarene?" This was Bruce Wilkinson\\'s opening question for the Board of General Superintendents a few years ago.
Resetting your inner compass is something everyone can do. Many voices are calling out to harried, time-deprived people. Following are some suggestions for resetting:
In a previous issue of Holiness Today, we posed the question: Where do we go from here?
"WWJD: What would Jesus do?" While it has lost some of its original punch, WWJD still shows up occasionally. Although the wristband craze has waned, the question itself is still as intriguing as ever.
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