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Holiness Today is the denominational magazine for the Church of the Nazarene and features stories of God at work in the world.

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A Person of Influence

Are you a person of influence? I understand hesitation here. You may not want to say “yes” or believe that you, an ordinary person, might be influential. All too easily, we think of influence as something that pertains only to the super-elite—the

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Jehovah Jireh in Lockdown

Rosa and Peter, of Peruvian heritage, live in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with their young sons. In March of 2020, Peter travelled to Peru for a family wedding. His flight was scheduled to return three days later.

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A Thanksgiving Salvation

It was Thanksgiving Day 2018. I was enjoying the day at home with my wife and children when my phone rang. One of my congregants was calling to ask me a favor. Her ex-husband was dying from cancer and desired to speak with a pastor.

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A Sustained Call

I grew up in Iowa and was called by God to ministry at the age of 10. This call was recognized and affirmed by a local pastor, and on July 2, 1972, I had the opportunity to preach my first-ever sermon at this pastor’s church.

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Almost Born in Church

I was the first child born into a church plant my parents helped start. This was back in the day when the members literally built the church themselves—my father ran all of the electrical work in the church building.

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Is Your Spiritual Foundation Strong Enough?

People close to me know that I am not a handy person. I am not someone you would call to fix things. Yet in my five years as a pastor, I have learned a few things about construction. One of the things I learned was how to use rebar.

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Life Abundantly

My life has been a testament of God's grace to overcome challenges in a miraculous way. He enables me to not only survive painful situations but also thrive despite them, in what Jesus calls the abundant life (John 10:10).

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