Rev. David Young (‘07) wrote an article on his personal blog “All Things New” yesterday talking about WAITING and specifically about WAITING in relation to Advent. Check it out here…it is definitely worth the read: allthingsnew21.blogspot.com/2013/12/waiting.html.
Rev. Carla Sunberg (‘04) l NTS Alumni Association President
Co-District Superintendent, East Ohio Church of the Nazarene
Raised as a missionary kid I never had much time to be around grandparents or aunts and uncles. The church family became my extended family and the community that helped to raise me. As a little girl my parents had a “German Grandma” for me and my brother Kurt. We each had to sit with our Grandma during church on Sundays because Dad was preaching and Mom was leading the music. I still remember the pew we used to sit in every Sunday.
By Dr. Fred Fullerton (‘85) l NTS Alumni Association Vice President
Vice President for Spiritual and Leadership Development, Northwest Nazarene University
The call of God upon my life has led to a variety of ministry assignments over the past 28 years. My NTS training provided a genuine foundation for service through academic rigor, and models of Christian servanthood in the faculty and staff. It also challenged me to be a life-long learner.
Rev. Kyle Poole (‘95) | NTS Alumni Association Member-at-Large
Senior Pastor, Midland Valley (SC) Community Church of the Nazarene
Nazarene Theological Seminary has been a “Greeneway Sweeper” in my life. Because spiritual formation happens best in community, professors and alumni of NTS have gone ahead of me to blaze a trail and clear the path so that I may be more effective in fulfilling my call to ministry.
CLUB 300 is an exciting new partnership between the alumni of NTS and the leadership team at the Seminary. We invite you to become a charter member of this new association along with the students, faculty, and staff at NTS.
Rev. Christa Klosterman | NTS Alumni Association Member-at-Large
Ten years after completing my Master of Divinity degree, I find myself exceedingly grateful for the three years I spent at NTS. I was challenged to think deeply and broadly about God’s mission in the world. I learned how to listen to and love people. My ability to listen to God’s still small voice grew. I started to journey with friends and professors who continue to play a large role in my formation as a pastor. And recently, in a conversation with a current NTS student, I found myself wanting to go back.
Rev. Carla Sunberg | NTS Alumni Association President
Co-District Superintendent, East Ohio District Church of the Nazarene
I am so very grateful for my NTS education and all I was able to learn. My life was forever changed by my NTS experience, which gave me a new and greater appreciation for the Word. I love to soak in the Word on a daily basis; and each day, I ask God to teach me new things. I want to share here some devotional thoughts from just a few weeks ago.
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