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Holiness Today is the denominational magazine for the Church of the Nazarene and features stories of God at work in the world.

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Susanna Wesley at 350: Her Life and Writings

Round-number birthdays seem destined for special celebration and serious reflection. Such call for celebration and reflection is coming soon: January 20, 2019 is the 350th anniversary of Susanna Wesley’s birth. 

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Susanna Wesley's Method of Motherhood

Susanna Wesley (1669-1742) understood her home as a small community of believers called to live together in covenant grace. Consequently, she considered it her primary vocation to instill a clear pattern of Christian devotion in her children.

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Susanna Wesley's Puritan Roots

The pattern of Susanna Wesley’s life was in many ways shaped by her Puritan heritage. Both of Susanna Wesley’s parents were Puritans, and the Puritan beliefs and practices from her youth influenced Susanna throughout her life.

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For the Glory of God: Susanna Wesley's Impact on the Wesleyan Movement

The Wesleyan revival in eighteenth century England and the subsequent movement that formed in its wake is one of the most important and inspiring stories in the history of Christianity over the last three hundred years.

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Susanna and Women of Church History

Throughout the history of Christianity, many women have exercised personal power and influence upon the Church. Yet, many of their stories are not widely known.

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Promises and Possibilities

“I am a Promise!” This was the title of a delightful children’s song by the Bill Gaither Trio back in 1975. It is also a true description of the life of every human being who God created, even those with disabilities.

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More Than You Think

An elderly gentleman introduced himself to me recently at the Holiness Today booth located at a pastor and church leaders’ conference. He recounted the years of service he and his wife had enjoyed in South America.

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