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USA/Canada Region celebrates first all-female class ordained by female GS
History was made this week on the Church of the Nazarene’s USA/Canada Region as an all-female ordination class was ordained by a woman for the first time on the region.
Arkansas parsonage catches fire
The Ashdown Church of the Nazarene parsonage caught fire over the weekend, leaving Pastor Bill Segur and his family without a home.
BGS appoints superintendent for South Arkansas District
General Superintendent Carla D. Sunberg announced the appointment of Virgil Askren III as superintendent of the South Arkansas District.
Nazarenes respond to flooding in US Midwest
A devastating series of storms produced tornadoes throughout areas of the U.S. Midwest and South 29-30 April. In Missouri and Arkansas, at least 20 people have died and hundreds of homes have been damaged or destroyed by floodwaters.
Bill Jetton remembered
Bill Jetton passed away November 6 at the Salem Place in Conway, Arkansas. Jetton served as a Nazarene pastor for more than 30 years in Arkansas, Indiana, Mississippi, and Alabama.
Global classroom links Arkansas, Romania high school students
Through an international partnership between high school classrooms, a Nazarene pastor in Romania has been invited to mentor local students. (via Engage magazine)
Arkansas church members recovering after van crash
A van with two adults and 10 youths from Beebe, Arkansas, Church of the Nazarene crashed Monday while returning from a weekend church camp in Missouri.