Chapman’s leadership style was grounded in his efforts for self-improvement.
“My calling is to preach and teach the Word to those who need it, and to live among the people, thus in a measure entering into their thought and sympathizing with them in their poverty.”
On Charles Johnson’s first day in Meridian, a minor traffic infraction led a police officer to hold a loaded pistol to his head.
He helped the church develop global strategy for missions leading to internationalization...
Brown was deeply invested in social ministries.
The advent of the television age was revolutionizing communications.
Bresee challenged the race line and the gender line by bringing Amanda Smith to preach to his congregation.
They [elders] are not ordained “a minister in the Church of the Nazarene” but “a minister in the Church of God.”
Over her years of service, Speicher examined nursing students for the Mid-India Board of Nurses and revised obstetrics and midwifery workbooks in the local language.
He believed himself called, especially, to higher education and its administration.