Dale E. Jones

Dale E. Jones was director of Research Services for the Church of the Nazarene Global Ministry Center until his retirement in 2019. He worked for the denominational offices for over forty years, and also served as a bivocational pastor in the Kansas City area for seven years. A graduate of MidAmerica Nazarene University, he was later granted an honorary doctorate by that institution. He is married to Kathy (McLane), with three children and six grandchildren (as of 2020).

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Language: English

Herald of Holiness - August 15, 1984

William E. McCumber
William M. Greathouse
Earl C. Wolf
William Walter DeBolt
Morris Chalfant
J. Grant, Jr. Swank
Steve Cooley
J. B. Maclagan
Merle Lamprecht
John W. May
Aubrey W. Curry
Geraldine Nicholas
Timothy D. Singell
G. R. "Scott" Cundiff
Jean Hogan Dudley
Herbert McGonigle
Alice Hansche Mortenson
Dale E. Jones
Jack M. Scharn
C. Neil Strait
Leslie Wooten
People from the Black Churchman's Conference gathered in a plaza in front of the center.
Black Churchman's Conference see pages 24-25

2 Gifts and Fruit, General Superintendent: William M. Greathouse
3 Building Our Own Gallows, Earl C. Wolf
3 The Faithful Few (a Poem), William Walter DeBolt
4 Letters
5 He Died From Having Nothing to Do, Morris Chalfant
6 The Church within the Church, J. Grant Swank, Jr.
7 Nazarene Roots: Youth and the Church, Steve Cooley
8 A Last Message to the Church, J. B. Maclagan
9 In the Hotel Lounge (a Poem), Merle Lamprecht
10 The Grand Exchange, John W. May
11 Grandma’s Rocking Chair (a Poem), Aubrey W. Curry

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