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Sunday School - Elementary, Year 3 (Student & Teacher)

Discipleship Ministries of the Mesoamerica Region (Church of the Nazarene) presents its complete collection of books for Christian education for children.

This series is designed for students and teachers of children from 4 to 11 years of age. Children will learn the lessons of the Bible according to their age. At the end of their elementary school years, they will have gone through the challenging biblical stories as well as various appropriate themes for each stage of their childhood and pre-teenage years.

To the Shelter: Middle East Stories of Finding Strength, Courage, and Hope in God

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Browning Kay

No one knows the path his or her life will take, nor did we know that our path would converge with lovely and loving lives in a difficult part of the world—the Middle East. During our years there, we learned how important it was to find a place of shelter during difficult times. When the first edition of this book was released in 1997, the shelters to which we referred were churches where people could find refuge from war and strife.

Creating Space/Making Room

The December 2009 Commencement address for Mount Vernon Nazarene University, Mount Vernon Ohio. The theme of the address focuses on biblical hospitality, as “creating space and making room.” Hospitality, biblically understood, challenges us to relate to others as if we were relating to Christ Himself. It is a way of life for the Christian leader. For the strange and the stranger, the disenfranchised and lonely, and to our family members and friends, creating space and making room is the essence of hospitality, biblically understood.



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