Congratulations to NTS student Rachael Reichley, one of this year’s Stewardship Ministries Sermon Scholarship recipients. Access her full sermon!
One of the CPL’s primary goals is to increase financial literacy among the students at NTS and our clergy at large. We appreciate the work of America’s Christian Credit Union in making some simple resources available. Check out their website today: www.americaschristiancu.com.
Dr. Bill Kirkemo, pastor and Financial Literacy Advisor at the NTS Center for Pastoral Leadership, has written a series of Stewardship sermons. We offer them here as a vital resource to our pastors who want to speak with clarity about why money matters.
One of the CPL’s primary goals is to increase financial literacy among the students at NTS and our clergy at large. We appreciate the work of America’s Christian Credit Union in making some simple resources available. Check out their website today: Click HERE. 
The Nazarene Church's Pension and Benefits Office published the following article by Dan Busby a certified public accountant and president of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA). Visit PBUSA.ORG for more great resources.
In this third in a series of articles on avoiding debt, Financial Literacy Advisory Dr. Bill Kirkemo presents some creative ways to generate extra income
Dr. Bill Kirkemo, Financial Literacy Advisor at the NTS CPL, recently spoke on campus about how to avoid debt. Below is the second in a series of three blogs addressing this thorny issue.
Dr. Bill Kirkemo, Financial Literacy Advisor at the NTS CPL, recently spoke on campus about how to avoid debt. Below is the first in a series of three blogs addressing this thorny issue.
From his column It's Your Money Chart of naz pastors age distributions I did not know him well, but after being a peer in seminary classes I knew enough of his story to be intrigued. He came to the city from a rural area. He was a farmer before attending seminary. He would return to his farm afterward to continue plowing, seeding, and harvesting.
Rachael Dundar is in her second year at Nazarene Theological Seminary and is currently serving with her husband in Ireland through the the NTS 365M program. She also is one of the 2016 Stewardship Ministries Sermon Scholarship Winner.
One of the primary teaching methods of Jesus was the use of parables, an earthly story for the purpose of uncovering a deeper spiritual meaning. The oral tradition of first century Judaism was the means by which people heard and remembered truths communicated by Jesus concerning the Kingdom of God.
David Goodwin is in his second year at Nazarene Theological Seminary and is one of the 2016 Stewardship Ministries Sermon Scholarship Winner.
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