As of late Wednesday afternoon (CDT), 19 March 2014, the 2013-2017 Manual was posted online at www.nazarene.org in English! There were some unexpected delays with the release of the printed book version, and these two versions are to be released simultaneously.
Attached is a pdf which identifies revisions in red, underlined text for paragraphs in this new Manual, as approved by the 2013 General Assembly. We thought this resource might be useful in working with local, district, and regional leaders, so please feel free to share it with others.
This Manual may be purchased in printed book form or CD-ROM from the Nazarene Publishing House (NPH), through any of the following means:
– 1-800-877-0700 (toll-free order #); 1-800-849-9827 (toll-free fax order #)
– firstname.lastname@example.org (E-mail order address)
– P.O. Box 419527, Kansas City, MO 64141-6527 (postal mailing address)
If advance orders were submitted to NPH, those will be filled according to the date the order was received, and should begin to arrive as early as the week of 24 March 2014.
If you are interested in purchasing a printed Manual in a language other than English:
For French, Portuguese, or Spanish, you may contact the Casa Nazarena de Publicaciones (CNP) office for the Church of the Nazarene at:
1-888-462-8711 (office phone) email@example.com (E-mail address)
For any other language, you may contact your respective regional office to inquire about availability.
The new Manual is now available for purchase through Amazon (Kindle). Barnes and Noble (Nook) and iTunes should also have it available within the next few days.
Unfortunately, a spiral-bound version of the Manual is not available for purchase through NPH. Individuals may decide to purchase the printed soft cover version from NPH and then take it to an area business and pay to have it spiral-bound.
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