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Passing the Torch

Dr. Jim Radcliffe served 33 years as a surgeon at Kudjip Nazarene Hospital in the Western Highlands of Papua New Guinea (PNG). When he spoke in churches during his home assignment tours in the United… Read More

Taking Time to Reflect

  Member Care is one of the Regional Priorities for the Asia Pacific Region. Here is the list of Member Care articles that have been featured over the last couple years for your review –… Read More

A Part of the Family

In Mark 3:32, we read about an interaction between Jesus and His family. In truth, it is more an attempted interaction, because the crowd is so large that Jesus’s family is unable to approach Him.… Read More

Taking up the Cross as a Means of Grace

  Jesus and the Church: Reflections from the Global Theology Conference 2018 Taking up the Cross as a Means of Grace Dr. David B. McEwan is the Academic Dean of Nazarene Theological College, Brisbane. Wesleyan… Read More

A Testimonial From TEACH Child Development Center

This article was contributed by TEACH graduate Noren Grace Cailing. My life was strongly impacted by being sponsored through the child development center TEACH, (Training, Equipping A Child Holistically). TEACH provided me with wonderful opportunities… Read More

Local Leaders Work Faithfully in Myanmar

Under the direction of local leaders coordinating with church planting evangelists, the Church of the Nazarene is starting schools and churches in eastern Myanmar.  Joining this trend, Rev. Ro Ding Liana  was inspired to open… Read More

Renewing Our Mind Part Three: Our Confirmation Bias

Confirmation Bias [kon-fer-mey-shuh n bahy-uh s] noun: the tendency to interpret new evidence as confirmation of one's existing beliefs or theories.  In our exploration of how to Renew Our Mind, we are looking at Cognitive Biases -… Read More

Renewing Our Mind Part Two: Our Negativity Bias

Transformation! I could use some of that! Romans 12:2 says transformation comes by the renewal of my mind; What does that even mean? As we explore this we’re looking at “Cognitive Biases”: Big words that… Read More

Renewing Our Mind: Part One

renew: [ri-noo, -nyoo] verb to begin again; to make effective for an additional period; to restore or replenish; to revive; reestablish; to recover; to restore to a former state; make new or as if new again (Oh, I love this definition!) What Is it? In Romans 12:2, Paul says we are transformed by the renewal of our mind. What does that even mean?… Read More

Christmas Message to the Church of the Nazarene

Board of General Superintendents:   People around the world celebrate Christmas with social and family gatherings, festive decorations, and gift giving. However, many do not know the Christian meaning of the celebration. We have a sacred… Read More