ONU Board of Trustees unanimously grants Bowling five-year renewal
Bourbonnais, Illinois
Friday, October 7, 2005
The 2005 General Assembly marked the beginning of a new church quadrennium. With that, many changes in the global church take place resulting from the votes of the assembly.

One of the changes that normally takes place every four years is the composition of both the General Board and the Regional Advisory Councils (RAC). In the case of the Eurasia Region, the regional caucus re-elected Hans-Günter Mohn and Paul Tarrant as representatives of the Eurasia Region to the General Board. As such, they will also continue serving on the Eurasia RAC for the 2005-2009 period. The Eurasia Region announced the composition of new Eurasia Regional Advisory Council, including the following members:

 Hans-Günter Mohn, General Board clergy representative (Phase 3 districts)
 Paul Tarrant, General Board lay representative (Phase 3 districts)
 Vijai Singh, clergy representative (Phase 2 districts)
 Nadeem Ammaren, lay representative (Phase 2 districts)
 Volodymyr Masyuk, clergy representative (Phase 1 districts)
 Eleana Abad, lay representative (Phase 1 districts)
 Joel Mullen, field representative (SEE Field)
 Daniel Ketchum, field strategy coordinator (field director) representative

"We welcome these leaders to the new RAC and we trust that the Lord will use them to give counsel to the mission and strategies of the Eurasia Region for the next four years," stated Regional Director Gustovo Crocker.
--Eurasia Regional News

World Quiz 2005 recap
Kansas City
Friday, August 12, 2005
Sundre, Alberta—Camp Harmattan, the Nazarene campground on the Canada West District, is in full "operation" this summer as it hosts campers while rebuilding. Most of the camp was damaged or destroyed by June floods.

Camp manager Steve Prendergast reports that things are going well at the camp as it rebounds. "We have all the cabins and Spruce lodge torn down and burned now," he states. "The camp is looking rather bare. The new tent structures are nearly finished and we should be ready to roll by the time our first campers start arriving. I would sure appreciate prayers these days. Most of us are totally exhausted and still grieving the losses. However, our staff members that are just arriving are very excited and full of energy."

A video of flood reaching the camp is available at the camp's web site, www.campharmattan.com.
--Church of the Nazarene Canada

In retrospect: General Assembly 2005
Kansas City
Friday, July 22, 2005
NCN News would like to extend a welcome to the nearly 800 new subscribers who joined the NCN News family during General Assembly. As a tip, add ncnnews@ncnnews.com to your E-mail address book to ensure you receive the news each week. Your E-mail addresses are used only for weekly and breaking news. Through our host, Premier Studios, we've taken every precaution to protect your addresses and respect your privacy.

Present subscribers, new subscribers, and on-line surfers combined to log nearly 3 million hits on the www.ncnnews.com site during General Assembly. That number, counted during a 9-day period, nearly tripled the amount of hits we received for all of 2004. As we continue to move forward with new and improved developments, we sincerely thank all of our readers around the world for their patronage. The news of what God is doing through the Church of the Nazarene continues to find new ways to reach around the world.

Nine NCN News Daily Summaries were produced and published during the 2005 General Assembly. We received many requests for sets and/or extra copies of these. Unfortunately, our last copies have been given away. However, a PDF version of each Daily Summary is now available (see links below).Also, archived web casts of General Assembly services can now be downloaded on to your computer by going to http://premieris.ncnnews.com.
--NCN News

NCN News extends welcome, announces availability of GA Summaries
Kansas City
Friday, July 8, 2005
NCN News would like to extend a welcome to the nearly 800 new subscribers who joined the NCN News family during General Assembly. As a tip, add ncnnews@ncnnews.com to your E-mail address book to ensure you receive the news each week. Your E-mail addresses are used only for weekly and breaking news. Through our host, Premier Studios, we've taken every precaution to protect your addresses and respect your privacy.

Present subscribers, new subscribers, and on-line surfers combined to log nearly 3 million hits on the www.ncnnews.com site during General Assembly. That number, counted during a 9-day period, nearly tripled the amount of hits we received for all of 2004. As we continue to move forward with new and improved developments, we sincerely thank all of our readers around the world for their patronage. The news of what God is doing through the Church of the Nazarene continues to find new ways to reach around the world.

Nine NCN News Daily Summaries were produced and published during the 2005 General Assembly. We received many requests for sets and/or extra copies of these. Unfortunately, our last copies have been given away. However, a PDF version of each Daily Summary is now available (see links below).Also, archived web casts of General Assembly services can now be downloaded on to your computer by going to http://premieris.ncnnews.com.
--NCN News

Voting for the 35th and 36th general superintendents
Indianapolis
Friday, July 8, 2005
The Church of the Nazarene's Board of General Superintendents (BGS) is announcing the latest jurisdictional assignments for the Board's six members. Included in this latest assignment grid are the two newest general superintendents, Nina G. Gunter and JK Warrick, both of whom were elected at the 26th General Assembly in June. The following assignments run from August 1, 2005 to July 31, 2007.

The list reflects Headquarters entities, international, and institutional jurisdictions.

James H. Diehl
General Treasurer/Headquarters Financial Office
Pensions and Benefits
Stewardship Ministries
Church of the Nazarene Foundation
Northwest Nazarene University
Point Loma Nazarene University
South America Region

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Northern Argentina pastors, educators gather for continuing education
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