Holiness Today is the denominational magazine for the Church of the Nazarene and features stories of God at work in the world.
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.
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.
I thought those parables about scattering seed, planting vineyards, and chasing sheep were as out of date and ancient as my childhood.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.
Wesleyan spirituality includes a particular method for growth in God’s grace (which is why Wesleyan Christians are often called Methodists).
Why are so many Christians willing to believe and share only one side of stories? Shouldn’t we be more mindful?
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?
What can the Church of the Nazarene do to better recognize and nurture the ministries of its young clergy?
Copyright © 2017 Holiness Today. All rights reserved.