How to Start Being a Keychain Leader

By: José Esteban Juan The previous article gave an introduction to a topic that represents a very important pillar for churches that want to revitalize the way they minister to young people. Being a keychain leader is not just about enabling others. That is extremely important, but it isn’t everything. The Fuller Youth Institute has... Continue Reading →

Keychain Leadership

By: José Esteban Juan “Everything starts when we hand over the keys.” We all know what a keychain is. It’s a normal accessory that makes it easy to carry a large number of keys for different locks, gates, or doors. There are people who are responsible for the key rings of large buildings and companies,... Continue Reading →

That’s Different, but…

By: Scott Armstrong Los Angeles, California.  I was 20 years old.  I was with 100+ other university students preparing to dedicate our summer to cross-cultural ministry.  But first, the Church of the Nazarene and the Youth in Mission leaders had invited us to five days of training. On one afternoon, they were drilling into us... Continue Reading →

Back to Basics

The following article was written by our General Superintendents and first appeared on the denominational website: http://www.nazarene.org The Glory Barn is the original Church of the Nazarene in Los Angeles, California Wilderness seasons like COVID-19 are opportunities for reviewing our core identity as a church – our denominational DNA, as it were. Getting back to... Continue Reading →

Netflix is Making it Harder to Be a Missionary

By: Rachel Kleppen *Article published in Christianity Today on September 13, 2019 For as long as I can remember, the word missionary conjured up a specific, anxiety-inducing image in my mind. A young person felt a burning call to some “dangerous” or “poverty-stricken” nation, said goodbye to the comforts of home and family, and assimilated into a... Continue Reading →

Declaration From General Superintendents On Coronavirus

  Declaration from General Superintendents on Coronavirus: https://nazarene.org/article/board-general-superintendents-statement-coronavirus To our global Nazarene family: These are unprecedented days in the life of the church and for the citizens of the world. The global pandemic as a result of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has led us into new territory. The good news is that all of this... Continue Reading →

Perfect Love Casts Out All Fear

By: Emily Armstrong International living has it’s ups and downs, that’s for sure. One question that has fascinated me for a while is when people ask me if I’m afraid to live in another country. And this week, a few things have happened to provoke deeper thinking on that topic - so I’m writing about... Continue Reading →

A Strong Foundation

By: Scott Armstrong A while ago I had a conversation with a college student who I see a lot of potential in.  I actually see gifts and graces in him to be a fantastic missionary someday.  He is passionate about issues of justice and helping the world to become a better place. At the same... Continue Reading →

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