From the very beginning, the Church of the Nazarene has prayerfully sent her people into the World with Christ's transformational love.
Today, we are a global missions movement working throughout the world. We believe God is actively redeeming His creation and has called us to partner with Him.
Nazarene Missions is a movement of God through the people of God.
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Missionary Model Brochure
Missions Poster 1
Missions Poster 2
Missions Poster 3
Nazarene Missions Booklet
Missions Presentation (Keynote)
Missions Presentation (PowerPoint)
Litany for the Affirmation of a Missionary
Today, we are a global missions movement working throughout
Nazarene Essentials explains why the Church of the Nazarene exists as a
WORLDWIDE HOLINESS AND GREAT COMMISSION MOVEMENT in the
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You cannot, NOT have conflict! Our fallen nature is prone to failings, fallouts, and false assumptions. Living the Christian life is not a life where we avoid conflict, it is living a life where we know how to navigate our relationships through conflict. In fact, conflict can be a doorway to deeper levels of connection when we navigate it in a healthy way.
Week 1 - Fight to win - Saul vs David
When we enter conflict, it is often our goal (consciously or subconsciously) to win rather than to reconcile. Conflicts do not have to make people winners and losers. A good question to ask ourselves is, “Do I want to BE right or do I want our relationship to be RIGHT?” Don’t look for the win, look for the win-win and resolve conflict in a healthy way.
Take away: Not lose-win or win-lose but win-win!
Week 2 - Head in the sand – Esther
When facing conflict in interpersonal relationships we tend to put our “heads in the sand” as we ignore it, avoided it and procrastinate dealing with it. This tends to make the conflict grow and deepen its grip, and feeds our desire to place our heads in the sand. God calls us to face our conflicts and attempt to resolve them in a healthy way.
Take away: Enter the tunnel of chaos and face the conflict
Week 3 - Run and hide – Jacob and Esau
During conflict resolution, our tendency is to run away from the conflict. We tend to cease communication and hide from the reality of the unresolved conflict. This was the initial reaction of Adam and Eve when conflict entered the narrative and it continues today. Sadly, the ultimate result of the “run and hide” strategy is separation and loss of relationship rather than resolving the conflict in a healthy way.
Take away: Don’t create gaps build bridges for relational closeness
Week 4 - Avoid and deny – Peter and three denials
Avoiding the person with whom we have unresolved conflict seems like the easiest thing to do. Who wants to face conflict? It’s very stressful. Our reflex is to just avoid the person and pretend like there’s no problem. How many of us know people who have never resolved a conflict and allowed it to become a point of separation? Denial is reducing the importance of our conflict when God says that resolving conflict is more important than giving offerings!
Take away: don’t be imprisoned by avoidance and denial find freedom in connectedness and community.
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You cannot, NOT have conflict! Our fallen nature is prone to failings, fallouts, and false assumptions. Living the Christian life is not a life where we avoid conflict, it is
What We Believe
Think of the story of the Bible like this:
There is a wonderful God who created this beautiful world and beautiful plan, but we, in our sin, messed it all up. This God has gone to extraordinary lengths to repair this broken situation, even sending his own Son, but even now, after all that Jesus has done, we only catch little glimpses of the resolution that God desires and that we long for.
It’s like everyone once in a while we can see and hear the intended beauty God designed again.
We sense that there is something more to resolve this…we are anticipating a resolution to this salvation song…there must be one more episode left…where God finally sets everything right, once and for all.
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There is a wonderful God who created this beautiful world and beautiful plan, but we, in our sin, messed it all up. This God has
Better Together... is really our way of talking about what Jesus calls, in these stories, the Kingdom of Heaven.
He tells these stories because they are a simple way to help people grasp what is really big, maybe even bigger than any of us realize.
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He tells these stories because they are a simple way to help people grasp what is
Sometimes we try to convince ourselves that the busyness of life…”The Grind”, will somehow slow down after this season. However, we tend to discover that every season of life brings its own challenges, and can leave us feeling overwhelmed. That is NOT the life God intended for us! In fact, he has given us the gift of rest to give us a healthier rhythm to our lives. Join us each weekend as we discover together how to create S P A C E within a world that demands so much of our attention.
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Sometimes we try to convince ourselves that the busyness of life…”The Grind”, will somehow slow down after this season. However, we tend to discover that every season of life brings its own challenges
You are what you love…but you may not love what you think you love. Sometimes what we think and say we want isn’t what we actually want. Our actions and habits reveal the true desires of our hearts. Hidden Heart is about rediscovering our first loves and developing habits + practices that help shape our desires toward the things of God and the abundant life He has for us.
You are what you love…but you may not love what you think you love. Sometimes what we think and say we want isn’t what we actually want. Our actions and habits reveal the true desires of our hearts.
A Million Little Things: Life Change For the Long Haul
Major resolutions, big dreams, healed relationships, and financial stability. We want BIG change and we want it now. But maybe taking life in a new direction has less to do with one BIG thing and more to do with choosing a million little ones. Join us this January as discover how to embrace life change for the long haul.
Week 1 (January 6): Cost of Change
Scripture: Matthew 8:18-22; Luke 14:25-35
BIG: Daily Life that changes everything else
Week 2 (January 13): Get Out of the Boat
Scripture: Matthew 14:22-23
BIG: The first step is important but so is step one million
BIG: Walk by Faith Not Circumstance
Week 3 (January 20): Forgive, forgive, forgive, forgive
Scripture: Matthew 5:21-26; Matthew 18:21-35
BIG: Forgiveness isn’t just a one-time thing
BIG: Multiplying an offense (allowing hurt grow)
Week 4 (January 27): If I Had a Million Dollars
Scripture: Matthew 6:19-21; Matthew 19:16-26
BIG: A million little treasures (Storing up daily treasures)
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Major resolutions, big dreams, healed relationships, and financial stability. We want BIG change and we want it now. But
Folleto de Modelo Misionero
Guía para Líderes
Folleto de Misiones Nazarenas
Guía de Sermón
Folheto do Modelo Missionário
Guia para Líderes
Livro de Missões Nazarenas
Guia de Sermão