Editorial

BGS Thanks Nazarenes for Easter Offering Participation

Global Ministry Center: God has worked powerfully through the recent Easter Offering for the World Evangelism Fund. Nazarenes everywhere have sacrificially given of their time, talents, and funds to make Christlike disciples in the nations. These… Read More

Things I Learned about Leadership from Cancer

Late last year, General Superintendent Emeritus Stan Toler was diagnosed with cancer. Read: Toler Undergoes Treatment for Cancer Although this was devastating news, Dr. Toler made a choice to not waste time worrying. He has been reflecting on this… Read More

Training Doctors from Papua New Guinea!

Papua New Guinea: For the past 5+ years, Imelda has been working side by side with us in her Masters of Rural Registry Program.  The Masters in Rural Registry Program is a 6-year program that seeks to… Read More

BGS Echoes Call for Compassion After Latest Refugee Rulings

In light of recent executive orders issued in the United States and decisions by other world governments regarding the status of refugees, the Board of General Superintendents for the Church of the Nazarene urges governments everywhere to… Read More

The Grace of Dying Well

It was the phone call no one wants to receive. The words I heard hit me like a sucker punch: “Your father has suffered a stroke.” To that point, my dad had enjoyed an unusually… Read More

Gmail Phishing Scam Attack- BEWARE!!!

Feature: In recent times, people have been feeling the comforts and horrors that technology is bringing in their lives. And today's article is a perfect example of the latter. A new phishing attack is fooling even the… Read More

Breathing Deep… Trust

trust \ˈtrəst\ noun: firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something. verb: believe in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something. What is it? Well, for starters,… Read More

Back to Basics (And A Little Bit Deeper)

Author Patrick, wife Sarah, and baby Elise. Currently making their home in Australia. Every Sunday as far back as I can remember, my entire family was up earlier than most for… Read More

A Millennial’s Perspective on Stewardship

By Rachel Libick Mention Millennials and money, and images of Ramen-eating college students crying over student loan bills might come to mind. Despite our famed empty wallets, Millennials are, in fact, a generous generation, and… Read More

Leadership is Love

By Jerry D. Porter Leadership is about loving others. You cannot motivate or lead someone you do not love, and you cannot lead someone who does not love you. Leadership is all about loving relationships.… Read More