Church of the Nazarene Manual, 2013–2017

Nazarene Publishing House, 2013
ISBN: 9780834132924
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Overview

Access the complete guide to the Church of the Nazarene’s history, doctrine, government, tradition, and parachurch organizations with the 2013–2017 Church of the Nazarene Manual. Published every four years after the meeting of the church’s General Assembly, the manual contains the latest legislation enacted by church leaders, and is filled with information on Wesleyan history, culture, and mission.

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Key Features

  • Complete 2013–2017 Church of the Nazarene Manual
  • Guide to the history, doctrine, government, tradition, and parachurch organizations of the Church of the Nazarene
  • Window into Wesleyan history, culture, and mission

Contents

  • Historical Statement
  • Church Constitution
  • Government
  • Higher Education
  • Ministry and Christian Service
  • Judicial Administration
  • Ritual
  • Nazarene Youth International, Nazarene Missions International, and Sunday School and Discipleship Ministries International Charter and Ministry Plans/Constitution/Bylaws
  • Forms
  • Appendix

Product Details

  • Title: The Church of the Nazarene Manual, 2013–2017
  • Editors: Dean G. Blevins, Stanley J. Rodes, John E. Seaman, Terry S. Sowden, David P. Wilson
  • Publisher: Nazarene Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Pages: 408
  • Christian Group: Evangelicals, Holiness
  • Resource Type: Handbook
  • Topic: Ministry Resources

About the Church of the Nazarene

The Church of the Nazarene is an evangelical denomination that emerged out of the nineteenth-century Holiness movement. It is the world’s largest Wesleyan-holiness denomination, with more than two million members and 29,000 churches. The church distinguishes itself by a strong emphasis on the Great Commission and its global scope.

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