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 →

A Journey of Grace

The Board of General Superintendents (BGS) announced a new denominational initiative, Nazarene Discipleship: A Journey of Grace, to provide a framework for discipleship in the Church of the Nazarene worldwide. Members of the BGS worked with denominational representatives from across the globe to make this initiative a reality, and, at the 97th Session of the... Continue Reading →

God’s Grace in the Mission

In our last entry we published an excerpt from the 2021 Board of General Superintendents' Report during the 97th Session of the General Board. Dr. Carla Sunberg titled the report “A Journey of Grace” and masterfully wove that theme throughout her summary of a quite difficult year for the world during the COVID-19 pandemic. Due... Continue Reading →

Why Care about the Global Church?

By: JoHannah Reardon If for no other reason, it provides perspective and balance Hindus attack Christians in India. Chinese believers are imprisoned for taking a stand against their government’s position on house churches. Venezuelan Christians are reeling from a perpetually downturned economy. Many West African Christians were suffering from lack of infrastructure when Ebola hit,... Continue Reading →

Popcorn & KoolAid

By: Rev. David Mills When I was growing up as a boy, my family didn't have a lot of money. My dad was a pastor in rural Eastern Kentucky in one of the most impoverished areas in the USA. However, my parents taught me a very important lesson about hospitality and serving in our local community. ... Continue Reading →

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