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Who We Are
We Are Missional
We Are Family
Here at Arnold Church of the Nazarene we strive to fulfill the mission of Jesus Christ in bringing His kingdom to earth.
The mission of God is to bring His kingdom of light to earth. His kingdom brings love, healing, compassion, light, and hope for everyone. This is why we exist as a church. All glory to God, and may His kingdom come to earth as it is in heaven!
Arnold Church of the Nazarene is a family. We worship together, serve together, work together, and do life together.
The church of Jesus Christ is held together by the people - all working together to complete the whole. We hope that you will be a part of the family here in Arnold!
We believe that prayer is not only a way to communicate with God, but a way to bring God's will, God's presence and glory, and God's kingdom to earth!
Prayer is one of God's many gifts and blessings to His church!
At Arnold church of the Nazarene we strive to bring God glory and praise in all we do.
God is worthy of all glory, honor, and adoration, and we love to worship Him!
We Are Servants
Following in the footsteps of Jesus we strive to serve and give through the love and compassion of Christ.
of the Nazarene is a church of compassion. We strive to meet people right where they are, and share the love of Christ through serving every way we can.
We Proclaim God's Message of Holiness
As a church of the Nazarene we proclaim God's call to live a holy life that brings glory to His name, and brings His goodness into the world.
Learn More About the Church of the Nazarene @ www.nazarene.org
Praying for God's Will:
When Jesus gathered His disciples together on the mountain side and began to teach them about living in the kingdom of God, He also taught them how to pray. One of the ways that He taught them to pray was praying for God's will. "Your kingdom come, and Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven."
In his book, Let us Pray, Watchman Nee wrote, God’s people must pray before God himself will rise up and work: God will not fulfill His will alone—He will perform only after His people show their sympathy (or agreement) in prayer." John Wesley said, "Without God man can do nothing. But without man God will do nothing." Prayer is one of the ways that co-labor with the Lord to see His kingdom come and His will accomplished on earth as it is in heaven.
In order to pray for God's will we must first know His will. We do this in different ways. First, by creating space and time to hear from God, then aligning our will with His.
Concerning this, Watchman Nee wrote, “God’s purpose for us is to be so filled with His will that we forget our own interests. He calls us to work together with Him for accomplishing His will. (And) the way of working together is prayer.”
Another way we hear and understand God's will is through the holy scriptures - the Bible. God reveals His truth and will to us in His word. And in His revelation to us we see how to pray for His will. We simply pray in faith according to what He has revealed to us.
The final thing we must do to pray for God's will is be intentional. We must be intentional to hear and understand God’s will. We must be Intentional to create space and time to hear from, and be filled by God. We must be Intentional to pray the scriptures, and we must do this everyday.
Praying for God's will is a regular part of life as a disciple of Christ. May we be expectant and full of hope as we cry out for the kingdom of God to come, and His will to be done in our midst!
For Yours oh God, is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory forever, and ever!
Contact and Directions
3651 Telegraph Rd.
Arnold MO 63010