New district superintendent appointed for Nebraska
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Omaha, Nebraska
By NCN News Staff
An in-state pastor will be the new Nebraska District superintendent.

Daniel W. Cole, district secretary and pastor of the Omaha Central Church of the Nazarene, was appointed to the office of district superintendent of the Nebraska District this week.

The action was taken by General Superintendent Stan A. Toler with approval by the Board of General Superintendents and in consultation with a district committee. The appointment will be effective April 19.

Cole will continue to serve as pastor at Omaha Central, where he has pastored for the last three years.

Prior to serving at the church, Cole was the executive pastor at the Goshen, Indiana, Crossroads Community Church of the Nazarene. He was previously a pastor in Elkhart, Indiana (Northside); Mount Hope, Indiana; Aztec, New Mexico; Hercules, California (Hilltop Trinity), Fort Morgan, Colorado; and Lomax, Illinois. He also served in pastoral service at Colorado Springs Southgate early in his ministry.

"(Cole) has a passion to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ, proclaiming the Good News of hope and life transformation to all who will receive it," said his profile on Omaha Central's website. "His vision for the church can be summed up very simply - 'Connecting People with God!'"

Cole is a graduate of Olivet Nazarene University and Nazarene Bible College.

The appointment of a new superintendent was due to the retirement of Larry W. White, current district superintendent. White became district superintendent of Nebraska in October 2003.
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