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Q&A: The confessional life

Q: The church teaches the need for confession yet it's often not practiced. Does it matter that we avoid it?

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Q&A: Decisions and elections

How should we approach decision-making and "God's will" when it involves local church and district level elections?

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Intentional Confession

John Wesley defined sin as a willful transgression against the known law of God. The Church of the Nazarene teaches that if we sin unintentionally or unknowingly, we are not responsible for that sin. Should we still confess it?

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What Does It Mean to Be Blessed?

What Jesus calls blessed are circumstances that no one would envy. Who wants to be described as poor in spirit, or live in grief or persecution?

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Hope for a Future

For five years refugees from Syria and surrounding countries have fled to Lebanon and Jordan. Half are of them are children.

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Why Compassion?

Passionate evangelism, intentional discipleship, and purposeful compassion top the list of important ministries of growing Christians. They all flow naturally from a Christ-centered life.

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Following His Steps

In the dark of the night, on the days when my body is exhausted and my spirit is worn, I am reminded that we are fragile creatures. Fragile and forgetful. We get tired. We get weary. We have self-doubts.

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Q&A: General Assembly

How important is it for the global church family to gather, such as at a general assembly? Is it worth the expense?

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