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Nazarene Missions Resources - English
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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.

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Gain Save Give
Stewardship

In the 18th century, John Wesley coined this motto in his sermon, "The Use of Money." The stewardship toolkit, "Gain, Save, Give," explores the concept of gaining and saving all we can, in order to live more generously. We encourage you to adjust the materials as needed to meet the needs of your...

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Nazarene Essentials - Sermons
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Nazarene Essentials explains why the Church of the Nazarene exists as a 

WORLDWIDE HOLINESS AND GREAT COMMISSION MOVEMENT in the
Wesleyan-Arminian tradition.

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Operation Transformation - VBS
Curriculum

Get Ready! Operation Transformation takes us on an adventure of a lifetime as we learn lessons from Paul's personal journey of transformation through Jesus' love, power, presence and call. Find the available resources below. Additional content will be added in the coming days.

 

This Vacation...

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Operation Transformation - VBS (Media)
Curriculum

Get Ready! Operation Transformation takes us on an adventure of a lifetime as we learn lessons from Paul's personal journey of transformation through Jesus' love, power, presence and call.

 

This Vacation Bible School (VBS) adventure is for Kindergarten through 6th grade.

 

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Nazarene Essentials
Training

Nazarene Essentials explains why the Church of the Nazarene exists as a 

WORLDWIDE HOLINESS AND GREAT COMMISSION MOVEMENT in the
Wesleyan-Arminian tradition.

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