Nazarene News

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Disaster response underway as Florence, Mangkhut make landfall

Hurricane Florence hit the U.S. less than a day before Typhoon Mangkhut hit the Philippines. Both storms are massive in scale, affecting millions of people in the two areas. The Church of the Nazarene is already responding thanks to disaster response teams that were in position before the storms even hit.

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Deadly earthquake rattles Japanese island

A 6.7 magnitude earthquake struck the Japanese island of Hokkaido 6 September, triggering landslides and causing massive power outages. As of Friday, 16 people have been confirmed dead and 26 missing. 

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A turning point in history

Resurrection Sunday is a turning point in all of human history and opens up to us the possibility of participating in the life of our holy God.

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2018 Annual Report of the Board of General Superintendents

Eugénio R. Duarte delivered the annual Board of General Superintendents' Report during the 95th Session of the General Board 25 February in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. 

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Board of General Superintendents affirms Manual statement on discrimination

Broad attention has focused in recent days in the United States of America, as well as other nations of the world, on issues of discrimination, race relations, and the inherent value of every person as created in the image of God. 

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BGS declares effective date for new Manual

The Board of General Superintendents declared 1 December 2017 as the effective date for the 2017-2021 Manual of the Church of the Nazarene.​​​​​​

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Deadly floods sweep through South Asia

Extraordinarily heavy monsoon rains have devastated areas in South Asia recently, including Bangladesh, India, and Nepal. More than 1,200 people have died in the floods — including many children — and more than 40 million people have been affected.

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Dengue fever sweeps Sri Lanka

An unprecedented dengue fever outbreak is spreading through Sri Lanka. More than 100,000 cases and nearly 300 deaths have been reported so far this year, and Sri Lankan hospitals are so full they have been forced to turn away patients.

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