“Not many people have to be voted on to maintain their jobs. Of course, elected officials must because they are servants of the people. We are in a presidential election year. District and General Superintendents in the Church of the Nazarene must be elected by delegates from the churches at District Assembly and districts quadrennially at General Assembly. We used to vote on pastors, annually and biannually. Since 1993, the task of renewing the call of the pastor is in the hands of the church board (Manual para. 121) and is only referred to congregation for a vote when the board determines that it cannot answer the question: “Shall the pastor/church relation continue?” Meaning, of course, without reference to the congregation for a vote.
The Southern Florida District went through this process for the last time with its current DS. You see, the term of office is for four years. Both DS’s and GS’s have a mandatory retirement at age 70. Votes can be stressful. So much is at stake. But I am happy to report that with 265 delegates voting and a two-thirds majority necessary to elect, 243 people overwhelmingly reaffirmed SFD Leadership under the administration of Dr. David F. Nixon. That was the cake, but a double layer of icing followed: a huge, overwhelmingly generous love offering and the Advisory Board sending Kaye and I on Sabbath for next six weeks. We thank everyone who supported us and gave out of hearts of love. Back at you in a few weeks.”
Dr. David F. Nixon
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