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Not by Might but by My Spirit: The Spirit of God in the Old Testament

The biblical stories of ordinary, feeble human beings who carry out divinely appointed tasks have captured the attention, imagination, and hope of the people of God for millennia.

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2019 Nazarene Missionaries Commissioned

The Church of the Nazarene's Global Missions office recommended 37 missionaries for commissioning during the 96th General Board 25 February in Lenexa, Kansas, USA.

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Revealing God

The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.” — John 1:14

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A Growing Tree

May 6, 2018, was a special day at the Sparta Church of the Nazarene in Sparta, Tennessee. It was the first Sunday of a new church year, and it was also “Baby Day.” Decorations of pink and blue were distributed all over the church.

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A Journey of Transformation

Growing up in the Church of the Nazarene and now raising the third generation of Nazarenes in our family is not a unique story; at least not at first glance. But a closer look reveals some distinct elements that have shaped my journey.

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What Can God Do?

What can God do with a soccer ball, a basketball, a Haitian Creole community, a Spanish speaking community, an African American community, a bunch of bikers, and the Apopka Calvary Church of the Nazarene?

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Living on Mission

Like churches across America, Chicago First Church of the Nazarene (C1) is adjusting to new days and new ways of reaching people.

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The Power of Connection

The past five years at Webb City Church of the Nazarene have been the confluence of the work of God and the willingness of a congregation of believers.

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