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 →

How to Navigate the 3 Ministry Modes II

Part 2: Success By: Dan Reiland We all long to bear fruit in our ministry.  However, in our previous entry, we shared Pastor Dan Reiland’s thoughts on a stage of ministry he deems surviving.  Is there a way to more consistently experience significant ministry impact? Today we continue the series from Dan Reiland’s article as we... Continue Reading →

How to Navigate the 3 Ministry Modes I

Part 1: Survival By: Dan Reiland We all want to experience significance in ministry. We hope for success, and yet sometimes find ourselves merely surviving. Is there a way to more consistently experience significant ministry impact? Is it always through success?  How can you break out of survival mode? This article may be for you or someone... Continue Reading →

Prospective Pastor Profile Survey

In a recent conversation with leaders of the Church of the Nazarene in the Dominican Republic, we realized that we were lacking a profile in order to interview and eventually call ministers to be the pastors of our congregations. After some investigating and some adaptation of some existing tools, the following document is what I... Continue Reading →

Pioneer. Develop. Resource.

By: Dr. Verne Ward, Global Missions Director, Church of the Nazarene “I planted the seed and Apollos watered it, but God made it grow. So neither he who plants nor he who waters is anything, but only God, who makes things grow. He who plants and he who waters are one in purpose, and each... Continue Reading →

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