Courtesy of NCN News, Church of the Nazarene
Through the Paglaum sa Kinabuhi (Hope of Life) radio program, Pastor Talon meets many people. The program has numerous avid listeners, especially those who have met Pastor Talon. One such meeting led to a land donation and new Nazarene church. (Slideshow)
LifeBridge Community Alliance, an outreach of Orangewood Church of the Nazarene in Phoenix, Arizona, recently become the newest recognized immigration legal service provider at a Nazarene compassionate ministry center.
A team of Southern Africa Nazarene University students won the Enactus Swaziland 2014 National Championship during the one-day competition recently held at the Royal Swazi Sun, Convention Centre in Zulwini.
A high unemployment rate leads many in Ukraine to a life of drugs and alcohol, which can lead to HIV/AIDS. Unfortunately, not all who suffer from these diseases are to blame. Many victims are children born to drug-addicted or HIV-positive parents.
MidAmerica Nazarene University physics professor Andrew Overholt and two colleagues will receive a $500,000 NASA Exobiology grant over three years to study the terrestrial impact of nearby supernovae. MNU's portion of the grant is $150,000, which will be used to support the research, obtain additional computer equipment, and fund a student research assistant.
County representatives, local officials, and leaders from the Church of Nazarene's Southern Florida District converged on the Lake Placid Camp and Conference Center Wednesday for the official groundbreaking of Grace Place and a new addition to the dining center.
The Church of the Nazarene joined with the 37 other members of the Church Alliance to file an amicus curiae (friend of the court) brief in the case challenging the constitutionality of the clergy housing exclusion.
Asia-Pacific Communications recently received the following report from Pastor Larry and Elaine Cornett of Guam First Church of the Nazarene on the Philippine-Micronesia Field:
Mount Vernon Nazarene University's Jetter School of Business will offer a 4+1 Master of Business Administration program to traditional undergraduate students this fall. Students who qualify will have the opportunity to earn their chosen bachelor degree and the MBA in just five academic years.
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: Senegal, Africa Region.
Notices received April 14-18.
Caribbean Nazarene College President Scoffield Eversley will retire from his position at the end of the month. He became the college's 10th president in 1998.
Nearly three weeks ago, a landslide in Oso, Washington, killed at least 36 people and buried numerous homes and businesses. The Church of the Nazarene's Washington Pacific District is responding to the disaster.
April 6 marked the first of many new church organizational celebrations on the Joplin District. District Superintendent Mark J. Bane and Assistant District Superintendent Chris Carver led a standing-room-only crowd in the celebration of the full organization of a new church, Strafford Church of the Nazarene.
Nazarenes in the News is a compilation of online news articles featuring Nazarene churches or church members. In the news this week: New Jersey pastor honored as outstanding citizen… California church launches school.
Nazarene Disaster Response and the Humanitarian Assistance Network for Disaster signed an agreement that details the oversight of 2,000,000 Philippine peso (approximately US$45,000) worth of building supplies and materials that will be used to rebuild homes destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan.
Several days of consecutive rain and subsequent flooding left at least 17 people dead in the Solomon Islands. Thousands more are now homeless and dozens are still missing.
The Nazarene Motorcycle Fellowship Advisory Council recently assembled in Killen, Texas, to review applications from pastors around the world who need motorcycles for ministry.
Southern Nazarene University recently held a celebration in honor of Jack David Armold, recognizing his establishment of the Jack David Armold Renew Counseling Center Endowment.
Hadi of Lebanon may drive a taxi as his occupation, but his preoccupation is sharing Jesus with as many passengers as he can by playing the audio Bible in dozens of languages, as well as handing out Bibles, tracts, and copies of the JESUS film on DVD.