Biblical Justice

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  • Jesus, the Samaritan Woman, and the Beloved Community

    Rev. Herminia Esqueda shares on Jesus, the Samaritan Woman, and the Beloved Community in the Northwest Nazarene University Chapel.

    She will be co-leading a Praxis webinar with Rev. Irene Lewis-Wimbley. Learn more at ntspraxis.org/events

    Rev. Herminia is the Multicultural Coordinator for the Nor...

  • NOW Movement Interview

    This interview with Rev. Herminia Esqueda and Rev. Irene-Lewis Wimbley talk about the NOW Movement - a Church of the Nazarene grassroots movement for pursuing justice. They also share on the upcoming Praxis webinar that they will be co-leading on Mondays from February 5th-February 26th.

  • Wynkoop Center for Women in Leadership

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    The Wynkoop Center for Women in Leadership exists to create space to imagine together the possibilities of women’s contributions, along with creative and innovative participation in the future of the church of Jesus Christ. The Center does this by providing opportunities, assistance, and resource...

  • Race, Black History Month, and the Church Calendar

  • Sin, Holiness, and What I Didn't Know

    Dr. Johnson shares a presentation in one of his classes on race and racism from his hometown and home church of McComb, MS.

  • 2022 Grider-Winget Lectures in Theology

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    Dr. Jennings was born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Dr. Jennings received his B.A. in Religion and Theological Studies from Calvin College (1984), his M.Div. (Master of Divinity degree) from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena California, and his Ph.D. degree from Duke University. Dr....

  • Black Friday

    Black Friday, 2022: the Words of Christ and the Nguzo Saba

    Join us for this guided reflection as leaders offer prayers, readings, and reflections that lead viewers through the seven last words of Jesus from the cross. Rooted in the Black experience, the reflections offered provide social comment...

  • 2021 Tom Nees Lectures on Social Justice

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    NTS hosted the 2021 Tom Nees Lectures on Social Justice in a virtual format under the title Reimagining Community: Race and the White Church.

    Dr. Robert Jones, CEO and founder of Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) and the author of White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in American...

  • Dr. Jessica Moerman: How To "Pro-life" & Clean Energy

    What does having a "pro-life" posture relate to clean energy? This webinar with Christian and climate scientist, Dr. Jessica Moerman, explores the connections between the way we use energy as the people of God and caring for the least of these. This webinar was hosted and produced in 2021 in part...

  • Rev. Megan Pardue: How To Eat Together as a Church

    Eating together is a core part of who we are as people and communities. This discussion explores how the local church can engage further in this intersection of food and faith. This webinar was hosted and produced in 2021 in partnership with Nazarenes For Creation Care as part of the Church "How ...

  • Rev. Brit Bolerjack: How To Zero Waste Church

    Rev. Brit Bolerjack shares on what it means for the local church to work toward eliminating waste, and our relationship with natural resources as the people of God and offers practical steps for the local church to engage in the work of creation care. This webinar was hosted and produced in 2021 ...

  • Dr. AJ Swoboda: Creation Care Matters

    Dr. AJ Swoboda was the featured speaker at an NTS chapel on Feb 27th, 2018. Dr. Swoboda is a professor, author, and pastor of Theophilus in urban Portland, Oregon. He is the lead mentor of a Doctor of Ministry program on the Holy Spirit and Leadership at Fuller Seminary, and teaches theology, bib...

  • Pastors Roundtable: Young Black Clergy

    Dr. Jesse Middendorf hosts a conversation about race and the church with young black clergy from the Church of the Nazarene.

  • Rev. Sarah Akutagawa: Systemic Change at the District Level

    This webinar explores strategies for exploring and implementing biblical justice in the church with a specific emphasis on change at the district level. This session was recorded in partnership with the NOW Movement as part of the May We Be One Webinar event in August 2020. Download Group Discuss...

  • Montague Williams: Risking Reconciliation The Church's Prophetic Role

    Dr. Montague Williams was one of the workshop presenters during a special week of celebrations and events on the NTS campus around Martin Luther King Day in 2015.

  • Dr. Brandon Winstead: Risking Reconciliation - the Church's Prophetic Role

    Dr. Brandon Winstead was one of the workshop presenters during a special week of celebrations and events on the NTS campus around Martin Luther King Day in 2015.

  • Panel Discussion: Risking Reconciliation the Church's Prophetic Role

    During a special week of events on the NTS campus around Martin Luther King Day (2015), a panel of thought leaders from the local KC area and the Church of the Nazarene gathered to discuss the Church, racial realities and the possibilities of moving forward.

  • Jesse Middendorf, Stuart Williams: Pastoral Reflections on Racism

    Jesse Middendorf, Stuart Williams, and Dana Preusch reflect on the theological and pastoral concerns surrounding racism.

  • Dr. Dan Boone: Human Sexuality

    Dr. Dan Boone was the featured speaker at the annual NTS Pastors Day in 2016. He is a Nazarene minister, author, and president of Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, TN.

  • Rev. Charles Tillman: Risking Reconciliation- the Church's Prophetic Role

    During a special week of celebrations and events on the NTS campus around Martin Luther King Day, Rev. Charles Tillman talked candidly about the possibilities for reconciliation.

  • Dr. Carla Sunberg: Risking Reconciliation the Church's Prophetic Role

    NTS President Carla Sunberg sets the stage for a discussion about racial realities and the possibilities for reconciliation on the NTS campus during a week of special events on Martin Luther King week.

  • Moving Towards Anti-Racism in the Church

    Rev. Christine Hung and Dr. Brandon Winstead join Dr. Jesse Middendorf in a conversation about the history of black participation in the Church of the Nazarene and how to collaborate on anti-racist initiatives going forward.

  • Rev. Chet Bush: Called to the Fire

    Dr. Jesse Middendorf talks to Pastor Chet Bush about being a long time pastor in the South and how the Church can take meaningful action towards racial justice. Bush is also the author of Called to the Fire which is the true story of Dr. Charles Johnson, an African American preacher who went to ...

  • Systemic Racism: A Canadian Perspective

    Pastor Stuart Williams of Skyview Community Church in Calgary (www.skyviewchurch.ca) shares a discussion he had with Dr. Monetta Bailey and Dr. Colin Toffelmire of Ambrose University about what systemic racism is and how Christians can respond to the problem of racism present in society today.