Originally told in by Alice Spangenberg, the story of Shiro Kano is a compelling call to faithfulness at any price. It is a timely reminder that in every generation, God needs men and women who will follow His call and who will faithfully render their service for the sake of the many who do not yet know Christ. Not all stories turn out as we would expect or hope.
Missions are important to our church whether it is helping in our own community, reaching out to communities that have been devastated by flood or tornadoes, or reaching out to areas around the world on a Missions Team or supporting in other ways. Below are pictures from recent missions here in the United States. Individuals and churches from other denominations worked with the Georgia Nazarene District to bring love and support to communities as well.
Why do I need to continue learning after completing the course of study? Completing the course of study fulfills the educational requirements for ordination. The course of study curriculum is designed to prepare men and women to begin ministry—it does not teach you everything you will ever need to know.
This is the prayer the Church of the Nazarene has prayed from the very beginning as she sends her people into the world. We believe a well-organized group of believers can transform their local community. Our work is focused on facilitating opportunities, making connections, and developing relationships through the Church of the Nazarene. This support will help each Church of the Nazarene become a sustainable member of the denomination, thriving in its own context for generations to come.
We offer more undergraduate missions courses than any other Nazarene school. This allows you to enjoy a wide range of missiological subjects and issues. You can also receive a substantial scholarship for hands-on supervised work in local churches and urban ministry centers.
To mobilize the church in mission through praying, discipling, giving, and educating. By praying we intercede for leaders and churches and for the Holy Spirit to draw all people to Christ. The purpose of discipling is to mobilize the church in mission.
Our district covers almostsquare miles, from Fort Worth in the east, to Lubbock, Amarillo, and Dalhart in the Texas Panhandle. We are united in our desire to share the joy of forgiveness and deliverance found in relationship with Jesus Christ. We work towards this endeavor through the ministries of our local congregations and district-wide events for children, youth, and adults.
Program Details. You will become the best possible champion for children because you will understand the complex family and social systems that surround them. We provide financial, academic, and career support for students to help you earn your degree and continue with a meaningful career. Build a better future by combining your fascination with technology and your desire to work with others.
Who must complete the course of study? Every licensed minister in the Church of the Nazarene must complete a validated course of study under the supervision of his or her District Ministerial Studies Board. Completion of the course of study does not automatically lead to ordination.