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John Wesley regularly addressed everyday activities as central to the holy life. Beyond personal piety, Wesley's call for holiness in ordinary life reflects his understanding of the invariable relationship between holiness and Christian witness. This video explores how Christians can further Wesl...
Dr. Andy Johnson Wordsworth Holiness Lecture: John 20
John 20:1-13 is the Scripture focus of Dr. Johnson’s second lecture in the Wordsworth series (Feb 2017 on the campus of Northwest Nazarene University). Dr. Johnson speaks about the holy presence of God being found in even the darkest places here on earth– like a tomb. He contends God’s presence ...
Dr. Andy Johnson Wordsworth Holiness Lecture: 2 Corinthians 5
Dr. Johnson gave the Wordsworth Holiness Lecture Series at Northwest Nazarene University in February 2017. 2 Corinthians 5 is the Scripture focus of Dr. Johnson's first lecture focusing on a holistic perspective on salvation. It is more than going to heaven when we die. It also means being God’s ...
Is it telling people how to go to heaven? Did Jesus preach "the gospel" that Paul preached? What does it mean to preach and embody "the gospel" today? This workshop will suggest answers to these types of questions, focusing primarily on passages from the Gospels.
Dr. Tim Crutcher: The Optimism of Grace in Pessimistic Times
In this webinar, Dr. Tim Crutcher discusses how John Wesley's "optimism of grace" helps us navigate challenging times and gives us hope that God is always doing new things, always redeeming even "this present darkness" toward God's Kingdom of Light.
Dr. Roger Hahn and Rev Tim Hahn: What Does Holiness Look Like
Seasoned Nazarene educator, Roger Hahn, and his son, Tim Hahn, present perspectives on biblical and systematic theology along with traditional and contemporary views concluding with their hopes for the Church of the Nazarene in representing the holiness message in the coming decades.