How do Nazarenes around the world view the church’s theology, and in what ways do they help to shape it?
The church teaches the need for confession yet it's often not practiced. Does it matter that we avoid it?
How should we approach decision-making and "God's will" when it involves local church and district level elections?
How important is it for the global church family to gather, such as at a general assembly? Is it worth the expense??
Q: I hear our pastor talking about beginning a catechism class. What is catechism anyway? Isn’t it for Catholics?
Q: How can we help to turn around our struggling congregation? I fear we are too set in our ways to change.
Q: What are the sacraments and what does it mean to be “sacramental?”
Q. Why do Nazarenes use liturgy during the celebration of baptism and the Lord’s Supper?
Copyright © 2014 Holiness Today. All rights reserved.