The Bridge Between Generations

By: Brett Clemmer The following article was taken from the website https://maninthemirror.org/2020/09/08/the-bridge-between-generations/ In the 1980s, elephants overcrowded South Africa’s Kruger National Park. In response, the government authorized killing adult elephants and relocating their offspring to other parks. As the orphaned male elephants became teenagers, they were clueless about what “normal” male behavior looked like.When their testosterone levels... Continue Reading →

4 Ways to Lead Like Jesus

Surprising Leadership Lessons from the Life of Christ By: Dr. Stan Toler Much of the advice you’ll hear on leadership has to do with technique. We spend lots of time figuring out how to do leadership. Leadership, however, is more art than science. It’s mostly about who you are.  For lessons on how to be a leader, there’s no better... Continue Reading →

Global Service of Thanks

The following article was originally published on Church of the Nazarene website The Board of General Superintendents would like to invite the global Nazarene family to join in a virtual worship service featuring music from around the world and a BGS message on Sunday 22 November 2020.  The one-hour service will be available in five... Continue Reading →

Global Missions Ministry Celebrates Online Graduation

On October 3, 2020 the ministry of Global Missions celebrated the online graduation of 86 students from Guatemala, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras, Puerto Rico and Costa Rica who successfully completed the program of studies in the School of Leadership with an emphasis in Cross-Cultural Missions. After having persevered for 6... Continue Reading →

The Four Fields of Church Planting

By: Teresa De cuesta García The planting of churches drives the expansion of the kingdom of God.  When we plant churches, we are a part of the fulfillment of God's mission: the redemption of humanity. Church planting is similar to the cycle of sowing and reaping: the sower looks for an empty field, prepares the... Continue Reading →

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 →

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