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The Wesleyan-Holiness Digital Library (WHDL) contains free multidisciplinary digital resources:

  • Books, articles, and other papers
  • Multimedia materials
  • Archival content
  • Scholarly resources

WHDL provides global access to a wealth of Wesleyan-Holiness resources for learners worldwide:

  • Pastors and teachers
  • Librarians and faculty
  • Students and other learners
  • Local congregations

WHDL was initiated by the global Church of the Nazarene in response to the worldwide need for access to resources for ministerial preparation, education, spiritual development, and lifelong learning. It is the desire of the planners and developers of this digital library that other institutions representing Wesleyan-Holiness traditions will join this effort and add their own educational materials and archival resources to enrich the collection.

Church denominations, educational institutions, and parachurch organizations within the Wesleyan Holiness Movement are invited to participate in adding materials to the collection.



Interested in becoming a partner?

Learn about the benefits and details of creating an institutional repository [link to new page “WHDL Overview”] or email WDHLibrary@nazarene.org to inquire further about becoming an institutional partner.

Linking: You may link to our site using the instructions and free badges for that purpose here.


Recent Additions to the Library

Book Cover
Fools Have No Miracles

The story of the $100,000 "miracle...

Images of clock faces and trumpets.
"See then that ye walk circumspectly... as wise, redeeming the time, because the days are evil." Ephesians 5:15-16
A vignetter of an open Bible, a red taper candle, and holly with a background of the wisemen following the star.
"Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men." --Luke 2:14
A young boy and girl sleeping in a chair with light from a taper candle and a Christmas star shining in the window
Light of the world so clear and bright, Enter our homes this Christmas night; Relight our souls so tenderly, That we may grow to be like Thee. --Anonymous