Abundant Thanksgiving

By: Stan Toler Thanks to Holiness Legacy I recently came across this outline of a sermon from the late Dr. Stan Toler. Dr. Toler was an amazing preacher and leader, and he lived out these principles of thanksgiving when he was with us. Exodus 36:3-7 They received from Moses all the offerings the Israelites had... Continue Reading →

The Pulse of a Grateful Heart

A few days ago, I read a story that sparked my curiosity for the term Ubuntu. Ubuntu is a compact term in Zulu, a language spoken in South Africa, and when translated, it means "I am, because you are"—like the children in the following story believed:"An anthropologist proposed a game to children in an African tribe.... Continue Reading →

A Brief Advent Outline

By: Scott Armstrong November 28, 2021 (1st Sunday of Advent) Title: The Hope of the World. Meditation: During the global pandemic, anxiety and loneliness are on the rise. The toll that COVID-19 has taken has proven to not just be physical, but mental, emotional, and social as well. Amid such desperation, we proclaim that there... Continue Reading →

In this VUCA World

By: Tabita González When it comes to strategic leadership, any ministry model we choose should always serve the mission, not the other way around. Nuances of culture, social issues, or budgets, should never dictate our mission, but should always inform our strategy and help us to fulfill our goals. For this to take place, it... Continue Reading →

5 Simple Questions about the Future Every Leader Should be Asking Right Now

By: Cary Nieuwhof The following article was taken from: https://careynieuwhof.com/5-simple-questions-about-the-future-every-leader-should-be-asking-right-now/ Knowing what you should do as a leader in normal times is hard enough. As you may have noticed, these aren’t normal times. Trying to figure out what to do in the midst of a global crisis is so much more complicated. So how do... Continue Reading →

God Won the Battle

By: Ana Maria Crocker, Mesoamerica Region NMI Coordinator After months of living with a pandemic, many people have lost family members, friends, jobs, and have experienced other hardships. It has been no exception for leaders serving in ministry. Among them is Ana Maria Crocker, coordinator of Nazarene Missions International (NMI) for the Mesoamerica Region who... Continue Reading →

Missionary with Genesis Reflects on her Two Years of Service

By: Diana González In the previous post https://transformtheglobe.com/2021/10/22/church-planted-through-the-genesis-initiative-receives-new-members-in-pacaja-guatemala/, I had the privilege of sharing about what God is doing in Pacajá, Guatemala during our last few weeks here. The truth is that the reception of members, the installation of the new pastor, and many other things have confirmed my call and my desire to serve... Continue Reading →

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