Around the world, the local church utilizes a wide variety of tools to educate, disciple, and evangelize. The following resources are available to help the local, district, and regional leaders in the development of various discipleship ministries.
Various resources are region-specific and can be accessed by clicking on the desired link below:
Wesleyan-holiness curriculum is available for all ages through The Foundry Publishing. Click to view the educational materials available, including Sunday School lessons for children, youth, and adults; small group resources; and more.
Second Mile Award
Beginning in 1992, the Second Mile Award was created to acknowledge individuals who have gone beyond the norm of what is expected. These are Sunday School and small group teachers and leaders, pastors, and laity who have given of themselves. Some have been publicly visible and some have been behind the scenes, quietly making a difference in others’ lives. They have been Christlike disciples, followers of Jesus, who have helped others become more Christlike.
Download the form here.
Bible Society Offering Video
SDMI collaborated with Nazarene Global Missions to identifying three specific “languages of interest” for Bible translations that are strategically vital for spreading the Gospel. Through November 2020, every Nazarene in the USA has a chance to participate in this strategic offering. Download this video to see how you can participate in this historic offering.
The 2020 Total Ministry Brochure is an annual promotional/informational brochure for USA/Canada district distribution at SDMI Conventions and special meetings. Click here to download the brochure.
Download the Ten Commandments poster, available in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Korean.
Click here to download this ready-to-duplicate template offering helpful guidelines for class members to use when preparing to invite a friend, colleague, neighbor, or family member to Sunday School.
This downloadable PDF offers a collection of ideas for ways to develop and promote Sunday School and discipleship programs in the local church.