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 →

IT IS TIME!

Por: Erika Ríos Hasenauer  It is time we as a nation, and especially as a community of faith, reconciliation, compassion and holiness, talk about it. The recent racial incidents in the United States and now the Black Lives Matter movement are provoking this conversation whether we were ready or not. In tears as I watched... Continue Reading →

Call to Prayer and Fasting for Change

By: Board of General Superintendents Dear Friends, The last few days have been exceedingly difficult for the global family. For months now, the world has encountered the deadly effects of the coronavirus, which has affected our societies, our churches, and our families. Yet, this week, the news of an older virus that continues to affect... Continue Reading →

Hope and Prayer

By: Board of General Superintendents 27 Mar, 2020 Even though these are challenging times, this past weekend was a blessing in the Church of the Nazarene, as worship services from around the world were broadcast through live stream or by video. Many churches reported reaching more people than ever before with the hope of Jesus Christ.... Continue Reading →

Christianity in Times of Calamity: Lessons from Habakkuk

  By: Dr. Antonio Carlos Barro "Calamity” (from the Latin calamitate) or the word “catastrophe” mean public disgrace, or even scourge. Public calamity refers to an abnormal situation provoked by disasters that cause damage and loss on a large scale.  Such tragedies involve a substantial commitment from governments and the society at large to respond... 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 →

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