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Roberto Hodgson

The idea to write a book on Jesus’ principles for fulfilling the mission arose when I was appointed as Director of Multicultural Ministries for USA/Canada by the regional director, Dr. Bob Broadbooks, in May 2012.

2017-2018 President's Report to the Board of Trustees

Bruce E. Oldham

May 3, 2018

9:30AM - Horizon Hall, 4th Floor

Dr. Catherine Stonehouse

Thirty-third Annual Commencement Message

Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary

Saturday, May 5, 2018

Cobb Worhsip Center

Bruce E. Oldham

APNTS “Baccalaureate Chapel” – April 26, 2018

President Bruce E. Oldham

Cobb Worship Center

Nazarene Youth International

Sé. (Evangelismo), Hazlo. (Discipulado) y Ve. (Desarrollo de Liderazgo) son las tres estrategias principales de la Juventud Nazarena Internacional. Estos guiones para representaciones orales reflejan la esencia de lo que la Juventud Nazarena Internacional quiere decir cuando hablamos sobre Sé. Hazlo. Ve.

Nazarene Youth International

Be. (Evangelism), Do. (Discipleship), and Go. (Leadership Development) are the three core strategies of Nazarene Youth International. These scripts for spoken word performances, capture the essence of what Nazarene Youth International means when we talk about Be. Do. Go.

Fred Floyd Archives - Southern Nazarene University

The A Cappella Choir at Bethany Peniel College (BPC), Bethany Nazarene College (BNC), now Southern Nazarene University (SNU) was first organized in 1938.

Frank Moore

Holiness describes a way of living made possible through an intimate, personal relationship with God. Holiness speaks of life and relationship, not letter and law. Breaking Free from Sin's Grip takes us back to the time when a loving Father saw His children for the first time and dreamed big dreams for them.

Richard S. Taylor

Right living and right thinking will come only to the Christian who understands what the New Testament means by sin. Dr. Taylor discusses this theme under the following headings:

William M. Greathouse

For many people discovering perfect love seems a frustrating and futile search. Even Christians who accept God as a loving Father have difficulty with defining the abstract concepts of holiness, sanctification and, in turn, perfect love. In the form of exposition and exercise, Dr.

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