Two women from diverse world areas discuss women in leadership and their own roles in developing these leaders.
The small acts of sowing love and kindness can grow into a garden of hope.
Why becoming a multi-ethnic church was the best thing we ever did.
A veteran youth pastor offers hopeful words for teens (and anyone) facing negative peer pressure.
A trip to India, a prayer walk, and a soda-can recycling program lead to blessings.
My wife, Vickie, bought a small, green, plastic box for me at the pharmacy. It is divided into seven smaller sections, each with its own lid and a letter indicating the day of the week.
Frank Moore is general editor for the Church of the Nazarene. In that role he also serves as editor in chief of Holiness Today. He and his wife, Sue, have had careers in Nazarene higher education.
As we sat in the waiting room just outside the coronary care unit at University of Maryland Hospital a middle-aged woman, who looked as if she had been camping out in the waiting room, sat alone.
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