A Dialogical Magazine for Nazarene Clergy
A Theology of Giving as Worship
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Giving is in Our DNA
Teaching Children to Give
The Give and Take of Small Church Partnership
Worship at the Kitchen Table
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When Antioch First Church of the Nazarene, in Overland Park, Kansas, struggled to cope with an aging building and other challenges, the...
The State of Clergy Financial Wellness
by Dale Jones, Nazarene Research Services. What can God do through a pastor willing and wanting to be used? A lot. But more than ever,...
God's Pilgrim People - Closing Worship
God's Pilgrim People – Carla Sunberg, president, Nazarene Theological Seminary A pilgrim is a person who journeys to a sacred place for...
Session 6: “Thy Kingdom Come” – A Panel Discu...
Panelists: Dean Blevins (moderator), Dan Boone, Tim Gaines, Shawna Songer Gaines, Tim Green, Roger Hahn, Kathy Mowry and Gordon Smith T...
Session 5: “Preparing Leaders for Exile & Pil...
Presenter: Gordon Smith Gordon Smith, President of Ambrose University and Seminary and Professor of Systematic and Spiritual Theology,...
Panel of pastors and church leaders discuss...
This is video #1 that is part of a larger panel discussion found here: New Reality - Panel Discussion Social, economic, and cultural fo...
Baptism and Rebaptism—A Panel Discussion
Pastors and church leaders gather for a segment to discuss baptism and rebaptism, moderated by Dan Copp, Clergy Development Director (1...
Larry McKain on the development of new churc...
Rev. Larry McKain from New Church Specialties shares about the planting of new churches, and the leadership of Bill Wiesman to plant ch...
The End of Holiness (biblical)
Dr. Tim Green, from Trevecca Nazarene University, discusses the final purpose of holiness, and what that purpose might be. Having been...
Passing Faith with Margaret Tyler
Margaret Tyler, co-pastor of Lee’s Summit Church of the Nazarene, gives suggestions for how children share and have their faith shaped...
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