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  • Prayer for Dr. John Seaman

    During a recent trip to the US state of Tennessee to visit with family members, USA Michigan District Superintendent, Dr. John Seaman, began having seizures and was rushed to the hospital. It was determined that he had a brain tumour, but the type and scope of tumour was unknown. After consultations with doctors, Dr. Seaman was taken into surgery on the 31st of August back at his home in Michigan. Dr. Seaman came through surgery fine and the tumour has declared cancerous, but the severity of the cancer and the type of treatment that he will need is something that will be…

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  • In Memoriam
    by NCN News Staff on July 21, 2017 at 2:41 pm

    The following is a weekly listing of Nazarene ministers and leaders who recently went home to be with the Lord. Notices were received 17-21 July 2017. Language Englis […]

  • Dallas District changes name to North/East Texas
    by NCN News Staff on July 21, 2017 at 2:22 pm

    At the recent Dallas District Assembly, delegates voted to change the district name to North/East Texas District. The assembly vote follows a year of deliberation, discussion, and prayer by district leaders. Language Englis […]

  • New NTS grants to fund ministerial...
    by NCN News Staff on July 20, 2017 at 8:43 pm

    Nazarene Theological Seminary received grants from the Association of Theological Schools for faculty development and innovative programming.  Language Englis […]

  • Prayer for Dr. John Seaman

    During a recent trip to the US state of Tennessee to visit with family members, USA Michigan District Superintendent, Dr. John Seaman, began having seizures and was rushed to the hospital. It was determined that he had a brain tumour, but the type and scope of… Read More

  • Malawi Lowershire District Youth Camp

    Each year, the Malawi Lowershire District organizes youth camps and meetings, where all the youth from the churches on the district come together for a time of worshipping the Lord and learning many things that pertain to their daily lives and their life within the church… Read More

  • One Year in Guinea-Bissau and Youth Camp

    With many blessings the young people of Guinea-Bissau finished their youth camp 2016.  The camp was intended to help young people to make intelligent decisions, by putting God in first place and allowing Him to permeate all areas of their lives, including relationships, studies, business, church service–all areas… Read More

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