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BGS appoints interim superintendent for Northern California

General Superintendent David A. Busic announced the appointment of Gary W. Moore as interim superintendent of the Northern California District.

Papua New Guinea nurse honored for lifetime service

Cathy Mia grew up in a church lead by Papua New Guinea missionary William Bromley.

Southern Florida youth serve through service projects, food drive

More than 150 high school and college students from across Southern Florida converged on Lehigh Acres for a Youth Mission Encounter.

Trevecca athletes care for quadriplegic

For more than a year, Trevecca Nazarene University athletes Allison Boe and Lindsey Stephens have balanced the demands of pop quizzes and frequent practices with the needs of Lynn Wheeler, the 67-year-old quadriplegic woman for whom they help care.

Nazarenes in the News

Nazarenes in the News is a compilation of online news articles featuring Nazarene churches or church members. In the news this week:

Churches to stand united against human trafficking on Freedom Sunday

Nazarene congregations around the world are invited to participate February 22 in Freedom Sunday, a day set aside for the church to stand united against human trafficking.

Caribbean Nazarene College inaugurates 11th president

Caribbean Nazarene College inaugurated Anthony Manswell as its 11th president during a service in the CNC Chapel.

NTS sends newest 365M cohort

Nazarene Theological Seminary held its annual sending service for students preparing to serve through the seminary's 365M Program. This year's cohort of students is the largest in the program's history.

MNU students help revive Missouri church

Leaders from the Drexel, Missouri, Church of the Nazarene thought they might have to close due to low attendance and a slim budget, but they were not ready to give up.

Extreme Nazarene missionaries arrive in Ecuador for training

The first members of the 40/40 church planting team for Córdoba, Argentina, arrived in Quito, Ecuador, for training.

M-Power initiative to mobilize regional missionaries

M-Power, a new initiative on the Eurasia Region, seeks to identify and send people whom God is calling into short-term mission.

Olivet's Shine.FM expands into Michigan

The Shine.FM radio network officially marked its launch in Michigan at 95.3 FM in the Lansing market with a January 12 ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Retired missionary Eunice Bryant passes away

Retired missionary Eunice Bryant, 96, passed away January 27. Eunice and her late husband, Larry, served as missionaries in Costa Rica, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Peru.

Flags of the Nations: Haiti

Each week, the Church of the Nazarene's Global Ministry Center proudly flies a flag of one of the many nations in which the denomination is present in ministry. This week's flag: Haiti, Mesoamerica Region. Click "read more" for information on the country, including what year the denomination entered Haiti and how many members there are in that country today.

In Memoriam

Notices received January 26-30.

Church of the Nazarene on social media

The Church of the Nazarene can be found all over the world, and the social media world is no different.

Costa Rica North all-district service draws 1,000

The Costa Rica North District held its yearly all-district service for 1,000 church members.

GMC employment opportunities

Located in Lenexa, Kansas, the Global Ministry Center is the administrative, mission, and service hub for the Church of the Nazarene's ministries in 159 world areas. The following positions are available:

M15 offers lifelong learning hours

More than 40 lifelong learning hours are available for clergy during the Mission 2015 Conference in Kansas City, Missouri, February 9 through 11.

SNU announces turf football field project

Over the last several years, Southern Nazarene University has upgraded its campus buildings and athletics facilities, but the athletics department may soon begin its biggest upgrade since the announcement of the move to NCAA Division II.