On The Same Page

By: Dr. Louis Bustle “For it is God who works in you to will and to act according to his good purpose” Philippians 2:13. Today I talked with a fellow believer from Argentina who has come to us from another denomination. We talked about the reasons that he has chosen our denomination. He told me... Continue Reading →

Faith from an Unexpected Quarter

By: Dra. Carla Sunberg Scripture: Luke 7:1   After Jesus had finished all his sayings in the hearing of the people, he entered Capernaum. 2 A centurion there had a slave whom he valued highly, and who was ill and close to death. 3 When he heard about Jesus, he sent some Jewish elders to him,... Continue Reading →

A Word for the (Covid) Weary

By: Rev. Michaele LaVigne We have recently marked the one-year anniversary of COVID reality in many countries around the world. One year of cancellations, deaths, fear, crisis, masks, online services, and upheaval in every part of our lives. I think we all fall into the category of those who are “weary and carry heavy burdens.”... Continue Reading →

The Repentance of Believers

The following article was taken from Holiness Today website My wife and I serve as pastors to an Asian Indian ministry in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. In our ministry, we find frequent opportunities to interact with others and discuss our faith in Jesus with our non-Christian student friends on the college campus of the University... 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 →

The Wait

By: Ingrid Jocholá Who likes to wait? Waiting is the worst. We want everything to be instantaneous.  We often pray for years for people to know the Lord, but in the end we give them up as lost causes because we believe that the response has dragged on longer than we can wait. We must... Continue Reading →

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