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iChurch of the Nazarene is the place to go when you don’t know where to go.

Often times we just don’t know where we should go.

We’re lonely, we’re afraid but don’t know who to turn to.

We have questions, we’re looking for answers but don’t know who to ask.

We want to know more about God but aren’t sure where to look.

For all of these reasons and more, iChurch of the Nazarene is here!

We’re not trying to be a replacement for a regular place of worship, we all need that.  What we want to be is that first step in the door of a church, before you’re ready to take that step.  We hope to offer some answers, encouragement, information and a prayer to help you take that second step toward a body of believers who will welcome you with open arms and help you the rest of the way.

Feel free to browse through the posts and discover more about the Church of the Nazarene.  Look through our articles and sermons for a helpful word that you may need to hear.  If you’re looking for something specific, use the “search” feature in the top right corner of the page or you can follow the “categories” on the right side of the page.

While this isn’t a replacement for a “regular” church, we’d love for you to “follow” us so that you’re updated on new articles and information that we post.  We want you to stay connected until you find a local church where you feel like you can really connect.

If you have a specific question, make a comment below and we’ll get back to you.  On this page, please begin your comment with [private] if you don’t want others to see it, otherwise we will make the comment public so that others can benefit from the question and answer.

If you have a prayer request or answer to prayer, there’s a place for those on our Prayer page.

Thanks for looking us up, we hope that you enjoy your time here and find hope and encouragement in something you read.

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Pastor Arnie Wyllie (Retired Active Status - Nazarene) on July 19, 2017 at 5:30 am

    Howdy Folks,
    I volunteer at a Nazarene Compassionate Ministry in Edmonton (City of Champions), Alberta, Canada. It is called “BUILDING HOPE”. We are in a high density, lower income neighborhood of the city, called Beverly. We are open three days a week, to serve food, offer counseling and operate a clothing bank. Many of our “family” come here from the inner city because it is a much safer location than the inner city. Among my duties is to share a devotion before mealtime. One of the fellows who attends regularly tells me he is a Jew and he has trouble with some of my devotions. His name is Romeo and Romeo is a Cantor at a Jewish Synagogue in downtown Edmonton
    Today, Romeo was offended when I quoted 1 John 5:12. “Whoever has the Son has life; whoever does not have God’s Son does not have life.” Romeo then asked me: “According to this Scripture, am I going to hell, because I do not believe that Jesus is the SON OF GOD”?
    Romeo is a very nice and gentle fellow. He is not argumentative and we have had some good conversations. He firmly believes that Jesus is the “son of a human carpenter” and he is still waiting for the Messiah. He believes that the whole New Testament is NOT REAL Scripture.
    In an effort not to be offensive or harsh, I told Romeo that it was “God’s call”, based on our belief, where our eternal destiny is going to be.”God looks at the heart.” Romeo pressed me for a definite answer BASED ON THE SCRIPTURE. I finally had to say that – BASED ON THE SCRIPTURE – Yes – Romeo was destined for hell (I tried to say it as gentle as I could).
    HELP!!! What can I tell Romeo. I told him that I believe with all my heart that Jesus is the Christ, I have believed that and Jesus has changed my life. My testimony is: “My old self has been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me. So I live in this earthly body by trusting in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me.” (Galatians 2:20)
    Thank you!
    I wish you Jesus!
    Pastor Arnie Wyllie

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