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					    NORTHWESTERN OHIO

             DISTRICT




FIFTY-FIRST ANNUAL ASSEMBLY JOURNAL
   ______________________________________

            SESSION HELD AT

   Lighthouse Camp and Conference Center

            ST. MARYS, OHIO

              JUNE 8-9, 2010




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                          Fifty-first

               Annual Assembly Journal

                              of the

            Northwestern Ohio District

               Church of the Nazarene

                         “SOW…YOU NEVER KNOW”

                           Session held at

             LIGHTHOUSE CAMP AND CONFERENCE CENTER

                           St. Marys, Ohio

                            June 8-9, 2010




Dr. Eugénio R. Duarte                   Rev. D. Geoffrey Kunselman
General Superintendent                   District Superintendent




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                                                  NORTHWESTERN OHIO DISTRICT ASSEMBLIES
No    Dates            Place          Gen. Supt.            Dist. Supt.        Dist. Secy.  Dist. Treas.  Chrs.   Mems.   S.S. Att.    Finances
1    7/12-13/1960      Dist. Ctr.     H. C. Powers          C. B. Clendenen    P. Bassett   Edw. Barton      58     4,501     5,914 $ 587,698
2    7/12-13/1961      Dist. Ctr.     V. H. Lewis           C. B. Clendenen    P. Bassett   Edw. Barton      57     4,610     5,884      588,366
3    7/11-12/1962      Dist. Ctr.     D. I. Vanderpool      C. B. Clendenen    P. Bassett   Edw. Barton      61     4,761     5,976      646,944
4    7/10-11/1963      Dist. Ctr.     Samuel Young          C. B. Clendenen    P. Bassett   Edw. Barton      62     4,830     5,972      673,931
5    7/22-23/1964      Dist. Ctr.     H. C. Benner          C. B. Clendenen    P. Bassett   Edw. Barton      63     4,951     6,302      723,468
6    7/14-15/1965      Dist. Ctr.     G B. Williamson       C. B. Clendenen    P. Bassett   Edw. Barton      63     5,023     6,216      811,591
7    7/13-14/1966      Dist. Ctr.     H. C. Powers          C. B. Clendenen    P. Bassett   Mark E. Moore    64     5,158     6,278      903,595
8    7/12-13/1967      Dist. Ctr.     V. H. Lewis           C. B. Clendenen    P. Bassett   Mark E. Moore    65     5,276     6,331      982,953
9    7/10-11/1968      Dist. Ctr.     Samuel Young          C. B. Clendenen    P. Bassett   Mark E. Moore    66     5,419     6,395   1,083,639
10   7/9-10/1969       Dist. Ctr.     George Coulter        C. B. Clendenen    P. Bassett   Mark E. Moore   66      5,431     6,485    1,210,851
11   7/8-9/1970        Dist. Ctr.     Edward Lawlor         C. B. Clendenen    P. Bassett   Mark E. Moore   66      5,610     6,734    1,328,916
12   7/7-8/1971        Dist. Ctr.     Orville W. Jenkins    C. E. Shumake      P. Bassett   Mark E. Moore   68      5,737     6,803    1,401,764
13   7/12-13/1972      Dist. Ctr.     Eugene L. Stowe       C. E. Shumake      P. Bassett   Mark E. Moore   69      5,878     7,057    1,512,421
14   7/11-12/1973      Dist. Ctr.     V. H. Lewis            J. R. Blankenship P. Bassett   Mark E. Moore   70      6,021     7,387    1,719,608
15   7/10-11/1974      Dist. Ctr.     Eugene L. Stowe       J. R. Blankenship  P. Bassett   Mark E. Moore   70      6,239     7,713    1,899,002
16   7/9-10/1975       Dist. Ctr.     Edward Lawlor         J. R. Blankenship  P. Bassett   Mark E. Moore   70      6,351     7,965    2,043,843
17   7/7-8/1976        Dist. Ctr.     George Coulter        J. R. Blankenship  P. Bassett   Mark E. Moore   70      6,545     8,166    2,215,996
18   7/13-14/1977      Dist. Ctr.     V. H. Lewis           J. R. Blankenship  W. Sharpes Mark E. Moore     69      6,769     7,940    2,583,289
19   7/20-21/1978      Dist. Ctr.     Charles H. Strickland J. R. Blankenship  W. Sharpes Mark E. Moore     70      6,947     7,736    2,788,290
20   6/28-29/1979      Dist. Ctr.     Orville W. Jenkins    J. R. Blankenship  W. Sharpes Mark E. Moore     71      7,147     7,351   3,180,584
21   7/10-11/1980      Dist. Ctr.     Orville W. Jenkins    J. R. Blankenship  W. Sharpes Ray Davis         71      7,432     7,620    3,550,050
22   6/25-26/1981      Celina, OH     Eugene L. Stowe       M. V. Scutt        W. Sharpes Ray Davis         72      7,553     7,079    3,974,964
23   6/24/1982         Lima, OH       William M. Greathouse M. V. Scutt        W. Sharpes Ray Davis         73      7,648     7,106    4,216,062
24   6/24/1983         Lima, OH       William M. Greathouse M. V. Scutt        W. Sharpes Ray Davis         73      7,738     7,018    4,304,453
25   6/22/1984         Lima, OH       Jerald D. Johnson     M. V. Scutt        W. Sharpes Larry Fox         73      7,820     6,899    4,655,605
26   6/7/1985          Lima, OH       Jerald D. Johnson     M. V. Scutt        W. Sharpes Larry Fox         74      7,825     6,735   4,907,552
27   6/20/1986      Springfield, OH   Eugene L. Stowe       M. V. Scutt        K. Martin    Larry Fox       72      7,829     6,715   5,436,771
28   6/19/1987      Findlay, OH       Eugene L. Stowe       M. V. Scutt        K. Martin    Larry Fox       71      7,912     6,532   5,516,421
29   6/17/1988      Lima, OH          William M. Greathouse J. E. Shankel      K. Martin    Larry Fox       71      7,981     6,426   5,684,363
30   5/26/1989      Springfield, OH   William M. Greathouse J. E. Shankel      K. Martin    Larry Fox       70      7,993     6,217   5,660,063
31   6/6/1990       Lima, OH          Jerald D. Johnson     J. E. Shankel      K. Martin    Larry Fox       70      8,028     6,029   6,061,607
32   6/5/1991       Dist. Ctr         Jerald D. Johnson     J. E. Shankel      K. Martin    Larry Fox       64      8,083     5,985   6,605,779
33   6/3/1992       Dist. Ctr.        John A. Knight        J. E. Shankel      K. Martin    Larry Fox       63      8,291     6,003   6,810,438
34   6/2/1993       Dist. Ctr.        John A. Knight        J. E. Shankel      R. Downs     Sue Fox         63      8,401     5,909   7,479,991
35   6/1/1994       Dist. Ctr.        William J. Prince     J. E. Shankel      R. Downs     Sue Fox         63      8,454     5,750   7,907,262
36   6/14/1995      Dist. Ctr.        William J. Prince     J. E. Shankel      R. Downs     Sue Fox         63      8,615     5,551   8,635,617
37   6/12/1996      Dist. Ctr.        Paul G. Cunningham    J. E. Shankel      R. Downs     Sue Fox         63      8,799     5,605   8,661,150
38   6/11/1997      Dist. Ctr.        Paul G. Cunningham    J. E. Shankel      P. Whiteford Sue Fox         63      8,958     5,700 $ 8,963,800




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39   6/10/98       Lima, OH          James H. Diehl        J. E. Shankel        P. Whiteford   Sue Fox     63   9,217     5,724    9,742,720
40   6/16/99       Dist. Ctr.        James H. Diehl        L.R. Fairbanks       P. Whiteford   Sue Fox     63   9,333     5,618   10,102,268
41   6/14/00       Dist. Ctr.        Jim Bond              L.R. Fairbanks       P. Whiteford   Sue Fox     64   9,562     5,856   11,768,037
42   6/13/01       Dist. Ctr.        Jim Bond              L.R. Fairbanks       P. Whiteford   Sue Fox     63   9,768     5,958   12,328,667
43   6/12/02       Dist. Ctr.        Jerry D. Porter       L.R. Fairbanks       S. Smitley     Sue Fox     63   9,844     6,302   13,878,555
44   6/11/03       Dist. Ctr.        Jerry D. Porter       L.R. Fairbanks       S. Smitley     Sue Fox     62   9,851     6,204   13,518,551
45   6/02/04       Dist. Ctr.        W. Talmadge Johnson   L.R. Fairbanks       L. Hamilton    Sue Fox     62   10,142    6,074   13,586,848
46   6/08/05       Dist. Ctr.        W. Talmadge Johnson   L.R. Fairbanks       L. Hamilton    Sue Fox     62   10,328    6,214   13,746,143
47   6/07/06       Dist. Ctr.        Jesse C. Middendorf   L.R. Fairbanks       L. Hamilton    Sue Fox     61   10,417    6,329   14,428,799
48   6/06/07    Lighthouse Camp &    Jesse C. Middendorf   L.R. Fairbanks       L. Hamilton    Sue Fox
                Conference Center                                                                          60   10,460    6,733   15,374,204
49   6/10-11/08 Lighthouse Camp &    Paul G. Cunningham    L.R. Fairbanks       L. Hamilton Sue Fox
                Conference Center                                                                          62   10, 539   5,880   15,325,269
50   6/9-10/09 Lighthouse Camp &     Paul G. Cunningham    G. Kunselman         L Hamilton     Larry Fox
                Conference Center                                                                          61   10,648    6,309   14,860,474
51   6/8-9/10 Lighthouse Camp &      Eugénio R. Duarte     G. Kunselman         L Hamilton     Larry Fox
                 Conference Center                                                                         61   10,626    6,540   14,446,955




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             ORDINATION CLASS OF 2010


                        (Left to right):
      Dr. Eugénio R. Duarte, General Superintendent,
Wilbur Alan Drummond (Paula), David R. W. Dooley (Britni),
              Brian Wesley Knight (Kimberly),
   Rev. D. Geoffrey Kunselman, District Superintendent,
         Dr. Larry D. Hamilton, District Secretary
Contents
                                                                                     Page
I. Official Directory……………………………………………………………………….. 7
       A. District Officers………………………………………………………………… 7
       B. District Boards………………………………………………………………….11
       C. Miscellaneous Committees……………………………………………………..12
       D. Assembly Committees………………………………………………………….13
       E. District Board of Sunday School and Discipleship Ministries International…...12
       F. District NYI Council…………………………………………………….……...13
       G. District NMI Council…………………………………………………………...14
       H. District Mission Areas………………………………………………………….15
       I. District Church Directory………………………………………………………16
       J. Ordained Elders………………………………………………………………...38
       K. Ordained Deacons………………………………………………………………44
       L. Licensed Ministers……………………………………………………………...45
       M. Tenured Evangelists …………………………………………………………....46
       N. Commissioned Evangelists……………………………………………………..46
       O. Registered Evangelists………………………………………………………….47
       P. Evangelist Service Retired……………………………………………………...47
       Q. Registered Song Evangelists……………………………………………………47

II.  General Information…………………………………………………………………..47
III. Plan of Examination…………………………………………………………………..49
IV. Daily Proceedings…………………………………………………………………….52
V. Reports………………………………………………………………………………..57
       A. District Officers………………………………………………………………...57
          1. District Superintendent……………………………………………………..57
          2. District NMI President……………………………………………………...68
          3. District Board of Sunday School and Discipleship Ministries International
              Chairperson…………………………………………………………………71
          4. District NYI President……………………………………………………...73
       B. District Boards………………………………………………………………....76
          1. District Advisory Board…………………………………………………….76
          2. Ministerial Credentials Board………………………………………………77
          3. Ministerial Studies Board…………………………………………………..78
       C. Assembly Committees…………………………………………………………79
          1. Committee on Nominations………………………………………………...79
          2. Finance Committee…………………………………………………………81
VI. MINUTES OF THE CONVENTIONS AND AUXILIARIES………………………90
     A. NYI Convention…………………………………………………………………90
     B. NMI Convention………………………………………………………………...92
VII. Financial and Statistical………………………………………………………….....96




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                                      I. Official Directory
                                  A. DISTRICT OFFICERS
General Superintendent-- Dr. Eugénio R. Duarte, 17001 Prairie Star Parkway, Lenexa, KS 66220
                                                                                 (913-577-0500)
District Superintendent—(2011) Rev. D. Geoffrey Kunselman (Mona), 272 Jack Oak Road, St.
        Marys, OH 45885 E-mail: nwods@bright.net                                 (419-394-4517)
District Superintendent Emeritus--Dr. Jack E. Shankel (Joyce), 14280 Heritage Lane, Mount
        Vernon, OH 43050                                                          (740-393-3643)
District Office--272 Jack Oak Rd., St. Marys, OH 45885
                                    (419-394-4517) District Office Fax Number: 419-394-5143)
                                 E-mail: nwodist@bright.net Webpage: http://www.nwonaz.org
Assistant to the Superintendent--Larry W. Fox, 272 Jack Oak Rd., St. Marys, OH 45885
                                                    (office: 419-394-4517; home: 419-738-8788)
District Camp Manager--John E. Dodds, 272 Jack Oak Rd., St Marys, OH 45885
                                                     (office: 419-394-4517; home: 419-394-4646)
Administrative Coordinator--Sue A. Fox, 272 Jack Oak Rd., St. Marys, OH 45885
                                                                                 (419-394-4517)
District Secretary—(2011) Larry D. Hamilton, 900 Fairground Road, Celina, OH 45822
               E-mail: RevDocBug@frontier.com (office: 419-586-4212; home: 419-584-0292)
District Treasurer—(2011) Larry W. Fox, 272 Jack Oak Rd., St. Marys, OH 45885
                                                                                 (419-394-4517)
District Board of Sunday School and Discipleship Ministries International (SDMI) Chairperson--
        (2011) Michael L. McClurg, 3414 Chagrin Valley Dr., Findlay OH 45840
                                                (mmcclurg@findlayfirstnaz.org, 419-420-1970)
District NMI President—(2011) Kristi Payne, 20875 Coleman Brake Road, Milford Center, OH
                            43045 (e-mail: payneministries@embarqmail.com , (937-578-3224)
District NYI President—(2012) Marcus Duff, 115 Penn Rd., Troy, OH 45373
                                                  (email: duffmarcus@aol.com, (937-335-2125)
District Chaplaincy Director—Charles W. Meinecke, 3250 S. Rangeline Rd., West Milton, OH
        45383-9652 (E-mail: wmnaz@verizon.net, office: 937-698-5782; home: 937-698-4620)
Church of the Nazarene Foundation---Dr. Mel McCullough, 13795 S. Mur- Len Rd., Suite 101,
        Olathe, KS 66062                 ( www.nazarenefoundation.org, 866-273-2549; toll free)

                                  B. DISTRICT BOARDS
                                       Advisory Board
Chairman—Rev. D. Geoffrey Kunselman
                                            Elders
Term to expire 2011
  Winston J. Hatcliff, P.O. Box 189, Fayette, OH 43521                         (419-237-2424)
  David B. Lutz, 22 Lakeview Dr., Napoleon, OH 43545                           (419-592-5540)
Term to expire 2012
  Donald P. Leonard, 19879 Switzer Rd., Defiance, OH 43512                     (419-782-1121)
Term to expire 2013
  Bret M. Layton, 1631 Murphy Court, Springfield, OH 45503                     (937-629-0613)
  Timothy M. Smith, 2009 Oxford Dr., St. Marys, OH 45885                          (419-394-
4579)




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                                        Laypersons
Term to expire 2011
  Sharon Dodds, 125 Virginia Dr., West Liberty, OH 43357                        (937-593-
2217)
  Douglas Wine, 227 Candlewood Pl., St. Marys, OH 45885
                                                 (home: 419-394-6848; office: 419-394-2397)
Term to expire 2012
  Richard Johnson, 8500 Dowling Road, Perrysburg, OH 43551                   (419-833-1239)
Term to expire 2013
  Melvin Miller, 2581 Debbie Dr., Lima, OH 45807-1216                       (419-225-7694)
   Kevin Young, 302 E. Garfield Ave., Swanton, OH 43558-1324                (419-826-8145)


                     Ministerial Credentials Board

Chairman--Rev. D. Geoffrey Kunselman
Secretary—Dr. Larry D. Hamilton
Term to expire 2011
  Larry W. Fox, 11717 Glynwood Rd., Wapakoneta, OH 45895                    (419-738-8788)
  Kim H. Semran, 806 Centerfield Dr., Paulding, OH 45879                    (419-399-3865)
  Dennis E. Kelley, P.O. Box 336, Fort Recovery, OH 45846                   (419-375-4020)
Term to expire 2012
  Bret M. Layton, 1631 Murphy Court, Springfield, OH 45503                  (937-629-0613)
  Carol K. Tumbleson, P.O. Box J, Willshire, OH 45898                       (419-495-2840)
  Timothy M. Smith, 2009 Oxford Dr., St. Marys, OH 45885                       (419-394-
4579)
Term to expire 2013
  Michael McClurg, 3414 Chagrin Valley Dr., Findlay, OH 45840              (419-420-1970)
  Ronald D. Reynolds, 281 New St., Mt. Sterling, OH 43143                  (740-869-3030)
  Keith E. Sarver, 1345 Shortcut Road, Urbana, Ohio 43078                  (937-631-3064)
  Raymond A. Sharpes, 2760 Ashlar Dr., Springfield, OH 45503               (937-399-8383)
Term to expire 2014
  John F. Perkins, 2214 N. Metcalf St., Lima, OH 45801                     (419-230-9882)
   Bradley W. Warkentine, 16 Navaho Ct., Tipp City, OH 45371               (937-667-2937)
  Paul A. Whiteford, 620 Millwood Blvd., Marysville, OH 43040              (937-642-4380)
   Brandon L. Williams, 110 Springwood East, Oregon, OH 43616              (419-371-3198)


                     Ministerial Studies Board

Chairman—Rev. Roger E. Blough
Secretary— Rev. Charles W. Meinecke
Term to expire 2011
      Claire L. Blanchett, P. O. Box 141229, Columbus, OH 43214             (866-678-3868)
      Winston J. Hatcliff, P.O. Box 189, Fayette, OH 43521                  (419-237-2424)




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    Timothy R. Moebs, 415 Indian Road, Wauseon, OH 43567                   (419-335-5403)
Term to expire 2012
       Charles W. Meinecke, 3250 S. Rangeline Rd., West Milton, OH 45383   (937-698-4620)
       Harold E. Ratliff Jr., P.O. Box 37, Swanton, OH 43558               (419-825-1230)
       Jonathon L. Spyker, 712 Woodridge Dr. Cridersville, OH 45806        (419- 645-4712)
Term to expire 2013
       Roger E. Blough, 306 Townline Rd., Bryan, OH 43506                  (419-636-2568)
       John E. Rumple, 1314 Cherry St., Montpelier, OH 43543               (419-485-8788)
      Gregory E. Stevens, P.O. Box 6, New Hampshire, OH 45870              (419-568-2185)
Term to expire 2014
      Scott A. Marsee, 614 Willow St, Celina, OH 45822                     (419) 586-9165)
       Kenneth G. Neighoff, 409 Washington Ave., Bellefontaine, OH 43311   (937-599-5653)
      Mary Lou Riggle, 710 West Light Street, Urbana, OH 43078             (937-653-7988)


                                  District Center Board

Chairman-- Rev. D. Geoffrey Kunselman
                                          Elders
Term to expire 2011
       John E. Rumple, 1314 Cherry St., Montpelier, OH 43543               (419-485-8788)
Term to expire 2012
       Brett W. Warkentine, 722 Kirkwood, Vandalia, OH 45377               (937-264-8425)
Term to expire 2013
       Harold E. Ratliff, Jr., P.O. Box 37, Swanton, OH 43558              (419-825-1230)
Term to expire 2014
       Paul A. Whiteford, 620 Millwood Blvd., Marysville, OH 43040         (937-642-5496)

                                         Laypersons
Term to expire 2011
       Walter Riggle, 2650 E. Kingscreek Rd., Urbana, OH 43078             (937-652-3527)
Term to expire 2012
       Becky Dusek, 1257 Gettysburg Dr., Troy OH 45373                        (937-408-
       2622)
Term to expire 2013
       Jack Hammill, 322 S. Rosedale, Lima, OH 45805                       (419-905-5614)
Term to expire 2014
       Ronald Wentling, Q-233 Rd. 16, Napoleon, OH 43545                   (419-592-6161)

                    Church Properties Board

Chairman-- Rev. D. Geoffrey Kunselman
Secretary--
                                           Elders
Term to expire 2011
       Richard A. Ketterman, 4850 Flanders Rd., Toledo, OH 43623           (419-843-3675)




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Term to expire 2013
       Bradley W. Warkentine, 16 Navaho Ct., Tipp City, OH 45371          (937-667-2937)
Term to expire 2014
      Ronald D. Reynolds, 281 New St., Mount Sterling, OH 43143          (740-869-3030)


                                         Laypersons
Term to expire 2011
        Ronald Wentling, Q-233 Rd. 16, Napoleon, OH 43545                (419-592-6161)
Term to expire 2012
       David Pauley, 3113 Meyer Ct., Springfield, OH 45503               (937-399-2944)
Term to expire 2013
       Jeffrey D. Fleagle, 10348 SR 66, St. Marys, OH 45885              (419-394-2084)
Term to expire 2014
       David M. Frye, 2620 Vista Ridge Dr, Troy, OH 45373-9397           (937-335-0451)

            Board of Sunday School and Discipleship Ministries International

Chairperson--(2011) Michael L. McClurg, 3414 Chagrin Valley Dr., Findlay OH 45840
                                     (Email: mmcclurg@findlayfirstnaz.org, 419-420-1970)

                                           Elders
Term to expire 2011
     Timothy D. Johnson, 14612 S. R. 235 N., Lakeview, OH     43331      (937-935-7533)
     Joel L. Nichols, 12111 Potter Rd., Weston, OH 43569                 (419-669-3936)
Term to expire 2012
     Jeffrey A. Hunter, 731 Lewis Blvd., Lima, OH 45801                  (567-204-6346)

                                         Laypersons
Term to expire 2011
       Cindy Crabtree, 10901 County Road 239, St. Paris, OH 43072       (937-663-5884)
      Cindy Porter, 110 Orchard Dr., Elida, OH 45807                    (419-339-1599)
Term to expire 2012
        Denise Rhodes, 8197 Post Road, Washington Court House, OH 43160 (937-596-6088)

                                          Mission Development Board

Home Mission Coordinator--Larry W. Fox
                                             Elders
Term to expire 2011
     Scott A. Marsee, 614 Willow St, Celina, OH 45822                   (419-586-9165)
Term to expire 2012
       Thomas D. Shobe, 312 Oak Dr., Spencerville OH 45887              (419-647-9207)
Term to expire 2013
       John F. Perkins, 2214 N. Metcalf St., Lima, OH 45801             (419-230-9882)




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Term to expire 2014
      Brandon L. Williams, 110 Springwood East, Oregon, OH 43616        (419-371-3198)

                                         Laypersons
Term to expire 2011
      Mary Jo Ledyard, P.O. Box 624, Fayette, OH 43521                 (419-237-2445)
Term to expire 2012
       Melvin Miller, 2581 Debbie Dr., Lima, OH 45807-1216             (419-225-7694)
Term to expire 2013
       Barry Stotler, 1903 Winchester Rd., Toledo, OH 43613           (419-475-8819)
Term to expire 2014
       Brenda Vinson, 684 Donnelly Ave, Springfield, Ohio 45503       (937-399-6060)


                                    Court of Appeals
Term to expire 2011
                                           Elders:
      D. Geoffrey Kunselman, 272 Jack Oak Road, St. Marys, OH 45885      (419-394-4517)
      Keith E. Sarver, 1345 Shortcut Road, Urbana, Ohio 43078            (937-631-3064)
      Paul A. Whiteford, 620 Mill Wood Blvd., Marysville, OH 43040       (937-642-5496)

                                      Laypersons:
     Richard Johnson, 8500 Dowling Road, Perrysburg, OH 43551             (419-833-1239)
     Douglas Wine, 227 Candlewood Pl., St. Marys, OH 45885
                                              (Home: 419-394-6848; office: 419-394-2397)

                         C. MISCELLANEOUS COMMITTEES

                       Mount Vernon Nazarene University Trustees

                                           Elders
Term to expire 2011
     Winston J. Hatcliff, P.O. Box 189, Fayette, OH 43521                (419-237-2424)
Term to expire 2012
     David B. Lutz, 22 Lakeview Dr., Napoleon, OH 43545                  (419-592-5540)

                                        Laypersons
Term to expire 2011
     Douglas J. Wine, 227 Candlewood Pl., St. Marys, OH 45885            (419-394-6848)
Term to expire 2012
     Sharon Dodds, 125 Virginia Dr., West Liberty, OH 43357              (937-593-2217)




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                              D. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEES
                                    Finance Committee

  That the committee be comprised of the District Superintendent, District Treasurer, and the
  District Advisory Board since the Manual of the Church of the Nazarene charges them with
  the responsibility of the financial affairs of the district.


                               E. Board of Sunday School and
                        Discipleship Ministries International (SDMI)

SDMI Board Chairman— Michael McClurg, 3414 Chagrin Valley Dr., Findlay, OH 45840
                                         (mmcclurg@findlayfirstnaz.org, 419-420-1970)

                                    SDMI Board Members
Cindy Crabtree, 10901 County Road 239, St. Paris, OH 43072                        (937-663-
5884)
Denise Rhodes, 8197 Post Road, Washington Court House, OH 43160                (937-596-6088)
Rev. Timothy D. Johnson, 14612 S. R. 235 N., Lakeview, OH 43331                (937-935-7533)
Joel L. Nichols, 12111 Potter Rd., Weston, OH 43569                            (419-669-3936)
Cindy Porter, 110 Orchard Dr., Elida, OH 45807                                 (419-339-1599)
Jeffrey Hunter, 731 Lewis Blvd., Lima, OH 45801                                (567-204-6346)

NMI President--Kristi Payne, 20875 Coleman Brake Road, Milford Center, OH 43045
                                   (e-mail: payneministries@embarqmail.com , (937-578-3224)
NYI President— Marcus Duff, 115 Penn Rd., Troy, OH 45373, email: duffmarcus@aol.com
                                                                            (937-335-2125)
Statistical Director—Gloria Johnson, 14612 S. R. 235 N., Lakeview, OH 43331
                                         (E-mail: indianlakenaz@woh.rr.com, 937-935-7774)

                                     Adult Ministries Council
This year we are beginning at Ground Zero. The council will be meeting to re-tool and place
different directors over ministry areas in this coming year. Great days are ahead.

                               Children's Ministries Council
Children’s Ministries Director—Melissa Sipes, 108 S. Kensington Pl, Springfield, OH 45504
                                          (E-mail: missysipes@gmail.com; 937-360-3752)

                               Zone Statistical Coordinators
Fort Defiance-- Rev. John E. Rumple, 1314 Cherry St., Montpelier, OH 43543
           E-mail: pastorjr@midohio.twcbc.com ; office 419-485-4116; home 419-485-8788)
Grand Lake-- Mrs. Gloria Johnson, 14612 S. R. 235 N., Lakeview, OH 43331
                               E-mail: indianlakenaz@woh.rr.com;           937-935-7774)
Mad River—Mrs. Dee Greene, 11390 US Rt. 36, Marysville, OH 43040
                                   (E-mail: hardeeg@peoplepc.com;           937-642-8280)
Maumee Valley—Rev. Harold E. Ratliff, Jr., 315 W. Airport Hwy. (mail: P.O. Box 37),
       Swanton, OH 43558 (E-mail: swantonnaz@aol.com; office: 419-825-1230;




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                                                                 home: 419-825-5811)
Miami Valley— Darryl Jent, 1506 Lamar Drive, Springfield, OH 45504    (937-390-0965)

                               F. DISTRICT NYI COUNCIL

President - (2012) Mr. Marcus Duff, 115 Penn Rd., Troy, OH 45373
                                                (E-mail: duffmarcus@aol.com; 937-335-2125)
Senior Vice President - (2012) Rev. Joshua L. Morgan, 327 Lunar Street, Sidney, OH 45365
                                            (E-mail: josh@sidneynazarene.org, 937-638-7674)
Vice President – (2012) Joe Proudfoot, 630 Appian Ave., Napoleon, OH 43545
                                               (E-mail: jproudfoot@napnaz.org; 419-592-1586)
Secretary—(2011) Alex E. Connell, 1625 E High Street, Springfield, OH45505
                                     (email: pastoralex@zoomtown.com Phone: 937-323-9686)
Treasurer—(2012) Rev. Brice D. Little, 212 S. Lawn Ave., Bluffton, OH 45817
                                                   (E-mail: ublittle@gmail.com,419-371-6606))

Early Youth Representatives:
Ashley Wall (Email: ash_music21@hotmail.com)
Jaylyn McBride

Senior Youth Representatives:
Matt Perdue (Email: mattperd@hotmail.com)
Bethany Borton (Email: tborton@fourcounty.net)
Grant Harder (Email: brianh@pauldingcountyoh.com)
Alyssa Smith (Email: angle_12-94@hotmail.com)

Young Adult Representatives:
Rachel Borton (E-mail: tborton@fourcounty.net)
Hannah Purdue (E-mail: jesusfreak_0@yahoo.com)

NYI MVNU Scholarships—Pastor Kevin Reed, (Mail: P.O. Box 201) 1126 N. Maple St.,
                  Marysville, OH 43044 (email: kgreed08@gmail.com Office: 937-642-5496)
Teen Quiz Director, Administration—Mrs. Teresa Borton, 18-889 Co. Rd. T, Napoleon, OH
                                43545 (E-mail: tborton@fourcounty.net; Home: 419-267-5168)
C-4 Camp Director - Rev. Joshua L. Morgan, , 327 Lunar Street, Sidney, OH 45365
                                           (E-mail: josh@sidneynazarene.org, 937-638-7674)
Fall Retreat— Alex Connell, 1625 E High Street, Springfield, OH45505
                                    (email: pastoralex@zoomtown.com Phone: 937-323-9686)
BLAST Director— Pastor Kevin Reed, (Mail: P.O. Box 201) 1126 N. Maple St., Marysville, OH
                                  43044 (email: kgreed08@gmail.com Office: 937-642-5496)
New Year’s Revolution Director (2012) Joe Proudfoot, 630 Appian Ave., Napoleon, OH 43545
                                              (E-mail: jproudfoot@napnaz.org; 419-592-1586)

                              G. DISTRICT NMI COUNCIL

NMI President--(2011) Mrs. Kristi Payne, 20875 Coleman Brake Road, Milford Center, OH




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                            43045 (e-mail: payneministries@embarqmail.com , (937-578-3224)
NMI Vice President--Mrs. Janis Griffin, 412 E. Second St. Spencerville, OH 45887
                                                                                (419-647-4945)
NMI Secretary-- Mrs. Joan Davidson, 2100 West Main Cross, Findlay, OH 45840
                                     (email: bettyjoandavidson@sbcglobal.net, 419-423-4198)
NMI Treasurer--Mrs. Jackie Blough, 306 Townline Rd., Bryan, OH 43506
                                              (email: jblough@cityofbryan.net, 419-636-2568)
Mission Call Coordinator - Mrs. Mary Jetter, 9111 Fry Ct., Piqua, OH 45356
                                                  (email: pmjetter@yahoo.com, 937-778-1758)
NMI LINKS--Mrs. Mary Jo Ledyard, 208 S. Lawrence St. P.O. Box 624, Fayette, Ohio 43521
                                                 (email: mjledyard@verizon.net, 419-237-2445)
Global Awareness— Mr. Tim Hicks, 1920 University Blvd. Lima, OH 45805
                                         (email: Hicks2281@embarqmail.com, 419-225-7688)
World Mission Broadcast--Mrs. Dorothy Rumple, 1314 Cherry St.,Montpelier, OH 43543
                                             (email: drumple@roadrunner.com, 419-485-8788)
Medical Plan--Mrs. Patty Ratliff, 102 Elm St., Swanton, OH 43558,
                                                       (email: swannaz@aol.com, 419-825-5811)
Compassionate Ministries— Mrs. Raeanne Marsee, 614 Willow St, Celina, OH 45822
                                           (email: raeannemarsee@yahoo.com, 419-586-9165)
Work/Witness Coordinator--Mr. Melvin Miller, 2581 Debbie Dr., Lima, OH 45807-1216
                                                    (email: mdmiller@wcoil.com, 419-225-
                                                  7694)
Youth Connection Coordinator- Mrs. Kim Rollison, 224 Grant St., Troy, OH 45373
                                                (email: luvtheson@hotmail.com, 937-216-4222)


                                  NMI Zone Chairpersons

Fort Defiance—Mrs. Linda Ricker, 15835 Highland Center Rd. Definance, OH 43512
                                                    (email: ricker@defnet.com, 419-395-1142)
Grand Lake—Mr. Bob Galbraith, 1748 Sherry Lee Dr. Lima, OH 45807
                                         (email: dixiebobgalbraith@juno.com, 419-228-4448)
Mad River--Mrs. Lori Anstine, 831 Lone Rise Drive W., Marysville, OH 43040
                                                  (email: sAnsti9@aol.com, 937-644-0935)
Maumee Valley—Mrs. Rita Stroble, 315 Valleywoods Dr. Swanton, OH 43558
                                               (email: rrstr@embarqmail.com, 419-826-4425)
Miami Valley-Mrs. Denise Baker, 230 W. Walnut Str. St. Paris, OH 43072
                                                      (pdembaker@yahoo.com, 937-663-
                                                     5790)




                               H. DISTRICT MISSION AREAS




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Fort Defiance--Antwerp Community, Bryan, Defiance, Fayette, Grover Hill, Hicksville, Leipsic,
      Montpelier, Napoleon, New Horizon Community, Paulding, Payne, Pioneer, Wauseon
      Community
Grand Lake--Celina, Countryside, Cridersville, Fort Recovery, Good Shepherd, Indian Lake
      Northside, Jackson Center, Kenton, Lima Community, Lima First, New Hampshire,
      St. Marys First, Spencerville, Wapakoneta
Mad River--Bellefontaine, Kennard, London, Marysville, Mount Sterling, New Life,
      Quest Community, Springfield First, Springfield Grace, Springfield High Street,
      Springfield Maplewood, Urbana
Maumee Valley--Bowling Green, Emmaus Road, Findlay First, Hope Community,
       Mount Blanchard, Swanton, Toledo Northpoint, Toledo Trinity
Miami Valley--Bethel Community, Bradford, Greenville, New Carlisle, Piqua, St. Paris
      Community, Sidney First, Tipp City, Troy First, Union City, Upper Valley Community,
      West Milton




                        I. DISTRICT CHURCH DIRECTORY




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ANTWERP COMMUNITY (Organized 2007) ( 075-0008 )
Mail - P.O. Box 574, Antwerp, OH 45813
Location - 704 S. Erie St., Antwerp, OH 45813
                                                (Website: www.antwerpcommunitychurch.net;
                                              Email: pastorrick61@gmail.com; 419-258-2069)
Pastor - (6/1/10) Ricky L. Grimes (Shelly), 509 S. Erie St., Antwerp, OH 45813 (419-258-2069)
Church Board Sec. - Karen Aldred, 16603 Rd. 138, Paulding, OH 45879            (419-399-3733)
Church Treas. - Jodi Barker, P.O. Box 304, Antwerp, OH 45813                   (419-258-9341)

BELLEFONTAINE                               (Organized 1954)         ( 075-0040 )
Location - 345 Washington Ave. Bellefontaine, OH 43311
                                             (Email: kgneighoff@hotmail.com; 937-593-2530)
Pastor - (6/27/94) Kenneth G. (Mary Beth) Neighoff, 409 Washington Ave. Bellefontaine, OH
         43311                                                                   (937) 599-5653)
SDMI Supt - Russ Irwin, 1600 S. Detroit St., Apt. 40, Bellefontaine, OH 43311 (937-592-0374)
Childcare/School (Dir./Principal) - Mary Beth Neighoff, 409 Washington Ave. Bellefontaine,
         OH 43311                                                                (937-599-5653)
Children's Min. Dir - Ronda Hunter, 3910 C.R. 1, Bellefontaine, OH 43311        (937 592-8351)
NMI Pres. - Mary Beth Neighoff, 409 Washington Ave. Bellefontaine, OH 43311
                                                                                 (937-599-5653)
Church Board Sec. - Robert Allison, 2660 Kennard-Kingscreek Rd., Urbana, OH 43078
                                                                                 (937-652-3233)
Church Treas. - Robert Hunter, 3910 C.R. 1, Bellefontaine, OH 43311              (937-592-8351)

BETHEL COMMUNITY                      (Organized 1966)    ( 075-0763 )
Mail: P.O. Box 38
Location: 4400 Osborne Road, Medway, OH 45341
             (Web Address: BethelCCNaz.com; Fax: (937- 873-8408; Phone: 937- 873-8088)

Pastor: (07/08/88) ) W. Daniel Witter (Sandi), 4010 Tomahawk Dr., Medway, OH 45341
                                                                              (937-879-7223)
Assoc. Pastor – Rick Fiste (Roxie), 835 Meyers Ct., Vandalia, OH 45377        (937-890-2508)
Music Dir. – Jerry Billheimer, 4608 Ridgewood West Rd., Springfield, OH 45503
                                                                             (937-399-2856)
SDMI Supt. – Johnda Hale, 348 Coronado Trail, Enon, OH 45323                 (937-864-1998)
Children’s Min. Dir. –Todd J. Edwards, 342 Stratmore St., New Carlisle, OH 45344
                                                                             (937- 974-0171)
NYI Pres. – Russ Parrish, 1590 Montego Dr., Springfield, OH 45503            (937-390-6863)
Youth Pastor – Rev. Todd Edwards (Shannon), 342 Stratmore St., New Carlisle, OH 45344
                                                                             (937- 974-0171)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Mr. Tim Snyder, 7371 Ballentine Pike, Springfield, OH 45502
                                                                             (937-964-8205)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Mrs. Barb Justice, 41 Oaklawn Avenue, Medway, OH 45341
                                                                             (937-849-0134)
NMI Pres. – Mrs. Billie Byrd, 363 Glenapple Dr., New Carlisle, OH 45344      (937-849-0434)
Work & Witness Coord. – W. Daniel Witter, 4010 Tomahawk Dr., Medway, OH 45341




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                                                                            (937-879-7223)
Church Board Sec. – Ms. Cindy Crabtree, 10901 County Rd. 239, St. Paris, OH 43072
                                                                            (937-663-5884)
Church Treas. – Mrs. Pamela Burlile, 12222 Rhonda Dr., Medway, OH 45341 (937-878-2106)


BOWLING GREEN                          (Organized 1932) ( 075-0070 )
Location: 1855 Gorrill Rd, Bowling Green, OH 43402
(Web Address: bgnaz.com; Email: bgnazarenechurch@gmail.com; Fax: 419-354-0350;
                                                                               491-352-2289)
Pastor: (11/27/05) Joel L. Nichols (Jennifer) 12111 Potter Rd., Weston, OH 43569
                                                                               (419-669-3936)
Vis. Min. – Rose Yoder, P.O. Box 98, Portage, OH 43451                         (419-686-1734)
Chr. Ed. (Dir/Min) – Ron Grimm, 1116 Oriole Dr,. Bowling Green, OH 43402 (419-352-5778)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Jennifer Nichols, 12111 Potter Rd., Weston, OH 43569 (419-669-3936)
Youth Pastor – Joel Heald, 1608 Clough St., Bowling Green, OH 43402            (630-596-7253)
NMI Pres. – Elaine Garrett, 17663 Brim Rd., Bowling Green, OH 43402            (419-352-0292)
Church Board Sec. – Lars Cleland, 712 Champagne, Bowling Green, OH 43402 (419-704-4206)
Church Treas. – Phil Cribbs, 16763 N. River Rd., Pemberville, OH 43450         (419-575-1889)


BRADFORD                        (Organized 1972)        ( 075-0072 )
Location: (Mail: 421 School St.) 300 W. Keller St., Bradford, OH 45308
(Email: loubar421@embarqmail.com;                                             (937-448-2074)
Pastor: (1/1/2007) Louis (Barbara) Reindel, 421 School St. Bradford, OH 45308
SDMI Supt. – Barbara Reindel, 421 School St., Bradford, OH 45308              (937-448-2308)
NYI Pres. – Lindsay Ross 5306 Beamsville Union-City Rd. Greenville, OH 45331
                                                                              (937-564-4114)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Peggy Clark 6098 Children's Home-Bradford Rd. Greenville, OH 45331
NMI Pres. – Pam Schmidt P.O. Box 288 Gettysburg, OH 45328
Church Board Sec. – Pam Schmidt P.O. Box 288 Gettysburg, OH 45328
Church Treas. – Susie Ross 5306 Beamsville Union-City Rd. Greenville, OH 45331
                                                                              (937-417-0739)

BRIDGEWAY        (Inactive)    ( 075-1110 )


BRYAN            (Organized 1940)     ( 075-0090)
Location: 312 Townline Rd, Bryan, OH 43506
            (Web Address: www.bryannaz.org; Email: office@bryannaz.org; 419-636-3371)

Pastor: (11/18/2001 ) Roger E. Blough, (Jackie), 306 Townline Rd Bryan, OH 43506,
                                                       (pastor@bryannaz.org; 419-636-2568)
Assoc. Pastor/ Senior Adults – Philip W. Morrison, (Marsha), 726 Wesley Ave. Bryan, OH
43506                                                                       (419-636-1903)
Children’s Pastor – Marianne McCord (Tony) 1106 Newdale Circle Bryan, OH 43506,




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                                                    (kidzpaz@cityofbryan.net, 419-636-0516)
Music Dir. – Jacqueline Blough 306 Townline Rd. Bryan. OH 43506              (419-636-3371)
NYI Pres. – Sadie Purk, 10458 Co. Rd. F, Bryan, OH 43506                     (419-636-8234)
NMI Pres. – Chris Bostater, 07792 St. Rte 249 Hicksville, OH 43526           (419-658-2745)
Church Board Sec. – Kent Purk, 10458 Co. Rd. F, Bryan, OH 43506              (419-636-8234)
Church Treas. – Terry Buntain, 1236 E. Madison Montpelier, OH 43543          (419-485-5370)



CELINA (Organized 1928) ( 075-0110 )
Location: 900 Fairground Road, Celina, OH 45822
                          (Email: Celinaz@frontier.com; Fax: 419-586-9517; 419-586-4212)
Pastor: (10/22/2000) Larry D. Hamilton (Janice) 418 North Main Street, Celina, OH 45822
                                                                                (419-584-0292)
SDMI Supt. – Bertie Muhlenkamp, 1021 Canterbury Dr., Celina, OH 45822 (419-586-
1270)
Youth Pastor – Scott Marsee (Raeanne), 614 Willow St, Celina, OH 45822          (419-586-9165)
Church Board Sec. – Jeff Partee, 2104 Cambridge Ct., St. Marys 45885            (419-300-9582)
Church Treas. – Larry Hammond, 17586 Ste. Rte. 116, St. Marys, OH 45885         (419-394-5503)

COUNTRYSIDE           (Organized 1956) ( 075-1240 )
Location: (Mail - P.O. Box J), 15465 S.R. 49, Willshire, OH 45898         (419-495-2909)
Pastor - (09/24/07) Carol K. Tumbleson, P.O. Box J, Willshire, OH 45898   (419-495-2840)
SDMI Supt - Gary Cearns 1888 N. U.S. Hwy 33, Decatur, IN 46733            (219-592-7181)
NYI Pres. - Dan Miller, 11175 Harrison-Willshire Rd., Convoy, OH 45832   (419-495-2142)
NMI Pres. - Fred Wittung, 8454 Augustine Rd., Van Wert, OH 45891          (419-238-6679)
Church Board Sec. - James Henrey, 2959 Wren-Landeck Rd., Ohio City, OH 45874
                                                                          (419-495-2767)
Church Treas. - Sue Henrey, 2959 Wren-Landeck Rd., Ohio City, OH 45874    (419-495-2767)


CRIDERSVILLE              (Organized 1970) ( 075-0300 )
Location: 500 S. Dixie Highway Cridersville, OH 45806
                                                  (Email: spyker@bright.net; 419-645-4680)
Pastor: (8/21?90) Jonathon L. Spyker (Barbara), 712 Woodridge Dr. Cridersville, OH 45806
                                                                              (419-645-4712)
SDMI Supt. – Barbara Spyker, 712 Woodridge Dr. Cridersville, OH 45806          (419-645-4712)
NMI Pres. – David Steveley, 17452 Freymuth Road, Wapakoneta, OH 45895
                                             (email: davidsteveley@bright.net; 419-645-5018)
Church Board Sec. – Beverly Wood , 100 W. Sugar St., Cridersville, OH 45806
                                                    (email: bawood@bright.net; 419-645-4392)
Church Treas. – Patrick Kennedy, 103 W. Silver St., Wapakoneta, OH 45895
                                                 (email: pkennedy3@bright.net; 419-738-9711)




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DEFIANCE          (Organized 1955) ( 075-0410 )
Location - 1656 S. Jefferson Ave., Defiance, OH 43512-3405
   (Website: www.defiancenazarene.com; Email: nazarene@defnet.com; Fax: 419-782-6429;
                                                                                  419-782-7491)
Pastor - (11/17/97) Donald P. Leonard (Cathy) 19879 Switzer Rd., Defiance, OH 43512
                                                                                 (419-782-1121)
Assoc. Pastor , Worship - Terra A. Gorrell (Brian), 813 Meadowbrook Dr., Paulding, OH 45879
                                                                                 (419-399-8473)
Assoc. Pastor , Children- Carol A. Retcher (Jerry) 28071 Hoffman Rd., Defiance, OH 43512
                                                                                 (419-395-1059)
Assoc. Pastor, Sr. Adults- Daniel E. Cook (Merleen), 422 Nicholas St., Defiance, OH 43512
                                                                                 (419-782-9265)
SDMI Supt - James McNeiece, 618 Riverside Ave., Defiance, OH 43512               (419-438-7569)
Children's Min. Dir - Randy Rue, 25772 Bowman Rd., Defiance, OH 43512            (419-395-2409)
NYI Pres. - James Rue, 12712 Dohoney Rd., Defiance, OH 43512                     (419-782-3813)
NMI Pres. - Mary Ann English, 11236 Buckskin Rd., Sherwood, OH 43556             (419-899-3171)
Church Board Sec. - Thomas Rue, P.O. Box 56, Grover Hill, OH 45849              (419-587-3930)
Church Treas. - Tammy Seifert, 1670 Fairlawn St., Defiance, OH 43512            (419-782-0901)


EMMAUS ROAD             (CTM) ( 075-0003 )
Location : (Mail - 2874 Kenwood Blvd., Toledo, OH 43606 ) 2602 Nebraska Avenue,
Toledo, OH 43608 (Website: www.emmausroadchurch.org; Email:
emmausroadchurch@gmail.com;
                                                                               419-389-7477)
Pastor - (4/1/08) Andrew J. Lauer (Barbara), 2874 Kenwood Blvd, Toledo, OH 43606
                                                                               (419-472-0568)
Assoc. Pastor - Melissa Berlean, 2682 Algonquin, Toledo, OH 43606              (419-450-9106)
Childcare/School (Dir./Principal) - Kathie Yeager, 4228 Boynton Dr., Sylvania, OH 43560
                                                                               (419-944-7619)
Church Treas. - Brian Hansen, 4729 Sutton PL, Toledo, OH 43623                 (419-410-0612)


FAYETTE (Organized 1925) ( 075-0470 )
Location: (Mail: P. O. Box 189, Fayette, OH 43521) 511 S. Fayette St., Fayette, OH 43521
                                       Website: www.nazarene.co/fayetteohio; 419-237-2789)
Pastor: TBS
SDMI Supt. – Valarie Keefer, 20482 U.S. 20, Fayette, OH 43521                 (419-237-2847)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Rachel Joost, 10468 Co. Rd. 17-75, West Unity, OH 43570
                                                                             (419-924-7776)
NYI Pres. – John Fether, 12532 Marzolk Ln., Fayette, OH 43521                (419-237-2094)
Youth Pastor – Johnnie Torres, P. O. Box 214, Fayette, OH 43521              (419-270-0401)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Elwyn Bates, P. O. Box 84, Fayette, OH 43521               (419-237-2271)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Kay Martin, 13330 Co. Rd. 23, Fayette, OH 43521          (419-237-2067)
NMI Pres. – Esther Borton, 212 North Pointe Dr. Archbold, OH 43502           (419-445-0424)
Church Board Sec. – Barbara Rash, 27520 Co. Rd. N, Fayette, OH 43521         (419-237-2480)




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Church Treas. – Kevin Boesger, 100 S. Maple St., Fayette, OH 43521            (419-237-3221)


FINDLAY FIRST (Organized 1939) ( 075-0490 )
Location: 2501 Broad Avenue, Findlay, OH 45840
(WebSite: www.findlayfirstnaz.org; Email: office@findlayfirstnaz.org; Fax: 1-866-316-4985;
                                                                                 419-422-8660)
Pastor: (07/01/2001) Michael L. McClurg (Vickie) 3414 Chagrin Valley Dr., Findlay OH 45840
                                                                                (419-420-1970)
Assoc. Pastor – Children's Pastor- Michelle Christopher; (Scott) 1323 E Main Cross St, Findlay
OH 45840                                                                        (419-722-8733)
Vis. Min. – Associate Pastor - Ann Knight (Robert), 720 1/2 W Melrose Ave., Findlay OH
45840                                                                           (304-839-8860)
 SDMI Supt. – Jenny Zirkle, 3218 Byrnwyck Dr., Findlay, OH 45840                (419-423-8035)
NYI Pres. – Brian Bratt, 145 Southcliff Dr., Findlay OH 45840                  (419-722-5517)
Youth Pastor – Brian W. Knight (Kimberly), 720 W Melrose Ave., Findlay OH 45840
                                                                               (419-889-5265)
Prime Time Dir. – Barb Gibbs, 2012 Cobblestone Dr, Findlay OH 45840            (419-581-2559)
NMI Pres. – Karen Wilson, 1812 Lakeland Dr, Findlay OH 45840                   (419-427-2726)
Work & Witness Coord. – Lyle Campbell, 18178 CR 162, Mt. Blanchard, OH 45867
Church Board Sec. – Jenny Zirkle, 3218 Byrnwyck Dr, Findlay OH 45840           (419-423-8035)
Church Treas. – Bob Gill, 1111 Amelia Ave, Findlay OH 45840                    (419-425-5037)

FORT RECOVERY (Organized 1928) ( 075-0510 )
Location: (Mail - P.O. Box 336) 401 E. Boundary St., Ft. Recovery, OH 45846
                                (Email: frnaz@verizon.net; Fax: 419-375-4680; 419-375-4680)
Pastor - (4/23/06) Dennis E. Kelley (Sharon) P.O. Box 336, Ft. Recovery, OH 45846
                                                                            (419-375-4020)
Youth Director - Patty Starr, 8274 S. 600 E, Portland, IN 47371             (260-335-2210)
Adult Min. Dir.- Diane Reichert, 1122 Union City Rd., Fort Recovery, OH 45846
                                                                            (419-852-1062)
Women's Min. Dir. - Thama Smith, P.O. Box 5, Fort Recovery, OH 45846        (419-375-4307)
NMI Pres. - Emily Daugherty, 5724 E. St. Rt. 26, Portland, IN 47371         (260-726-8112)
Caravan Dir - Emily Daugherty, 5724 E. St. Rt. 26, Portland, IN 47371        (260-726-8112)
Church Board Sec. - Carolyn Huntsman, 49 Zehringer Rd., Ft. Recovery, OH 45846
Church Treas. - Diane Reichert, 1122 Union City Rd., Ft. Recovery, OH 45846
                                                                             (419-852-1062)



GOOD SHEPHERD                                (Organized 2009)    (075-0002)
Location: 1145 West Main Street, Van Wert, Ohio 45891
                                                 (Email: stuartwyatt@tds.net; 419-605-7341)
Pastor: (09/23/07) Stuart Wyatt, (Amy), 3720 Converse Roselm Rd, Fort Jennings, Ohio 45844,
                                                                              (419-587-3128)
SDMI Supt. – Amy Wyatt, 3720 Converse-Roselm Rd., Fort Jennings, Ohio 45844




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                                                                             (419-587-3128)
NYI Pres. – Sharla Thompson, 2106 Road 165, Grover Hill, Ohio 45849          (419-587-3727)
NMI Pres. – Michelle Barnett, 411 N. Race St., Van Wert, Ohio 45891          (419-238-6135)
Church Board Sec. – Darlene Fisher, 771 S. Race St., Van Wert, Ohio 45891    (419-238-1435)
Church Treas. – Lori Garwood, 926 Pratt St., Van Wert, Ohio 45891            (419-238-5030)


GREENVILLE (Organized 1925) ( 075-0550 )
Location: 7584 Ste. Rte. 118 N, Greenviille, OH 45331                      (937-548-3451)
Pastor: (05/28/01) A. Wayne Thomas (Sheila), 9575 Landman Mill Rd., Piqua, OH 45356,
                                              (Email: wthomas19@live.com; 937-773-1568)
SDMI Supt. – Marti Worden, 801 E. Water St., Greenville, OH 45331          (937-548-7409)
NMI Pres. – Deb Roll, 126 Oxford, Greenville, OH 45331                     (937-548-1826)
Church Board Sec. – Marti Worden, 801 E. Water St., Greenville, OH 45331 (937-548-7409)
Church Treas. – Fred Roll, 126 Oxford, Greenville, OH 45331                 (937-548-1826)


GROVER HILL            (Organized 1940) ( 075-0560 )
Location: (Mail - P.O. Box 155) 300 E. Jackson St., Grover Hill, OH 45849
                                                    (Email: 4Lhoag@tds.net; 419-587-3376)
Pastor - (05/29/00) Jonathan L. Hoagland (Dorothy) 302 E. Jackson St., Grover Hill, OH
45849
                                                                             (419-587-3376)
SDMI Supt - Richard Martin, 519 Blaine St., Van Wert, OH 45851               (419-771-9868)
Children's Min. Dir - Dorothy Hoagland, 302 E. Jackson St., Grover Hill, OH 45849
                                                                             (419-587-3376)
NYI Pres. - Martha Welch, 543 Haig St., Defiance, OH 43512                   (419-438-4449)
Men's Min. Dir. - David Welch, 543 Haig St., Defiance, OH 43512              (419-438-4449)
Women's Min. Dir. - Joyce Bland, 1003 W. Wayne St. Apt. 1D, Paulding, OH 45879
                                                                             (419-796-8408)
NMI Pres. - Dorothy Hoagland, 302 E. Jackson St., Grover Hill, OH 45849      (419-587-3376)
Church Board Sec. - Martha Welch, 543 Haig St., Defiance, OH 43512           (419-438-4449)
Church Treas. - Ken Bland, 1003 W. Wayne St., Apt 1D, Paulding, OH 45879 (419-796-8408)




HICKSVILLE         (Organized 1963)     ( 075-0591 )
Location: (Mail - 501 Antwerp Drive) 505 Antwerp Dr., Hicksville, OH 43526
                                         (Email: hicksvillenaz@mchsi.com; 419-487-1324)
Pastor - (11/1/83) Robert R. Knapp, Jr. (Laura), 501 Antwerp Dr., Hicksville, OH 43526
                                                                            (419-487-1324)
Children's Min. Dir - Laura Knapp, 501 Antwerp Dr., Hicksville, OH 43526 (419-487-1324)




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NYI Pres. - Jamie Schimmoller, 220 Rock St., Hicksville, OH 43526        (419-487-0439)
NMI Pres. - Laura Knapp, 501 Antwerp Dr., Hicksville, OH 43526           (419-487-1324)
Church Board Sec. - Charity McMillan, 501 Antwerp Drive, Hicksville, 43526
                                                                         (419-487-0442)
Church Treas. - Charity McMillan, 501 Antwerp Drive, Hicksville, 43526 (419-487-0442)



HOPE COMMUNITY                   (Organized 1932)     (075-1070)
Location: 5650 Starr Avenue, Oregon, Ohio 43616
(Website: hopecommunity.tv; Email: officemanager@hopecommunity.tv;
                                                       Fax: 419-724-4655 419-724-4673)
Pastor: (5-4-09) Brandon (Bethany) Williams,110 Springwood East, Oregon, OH 43616
                                                                            (419-371-3198)
Executive Pastor – Thom (Robin) Sneed, 15 Springwood East, Oregon, OH 43616
                                                                           (419-698-1766)
Worship Pastor – Thom (Robin) Sneed, 15 Springwood East, Oregon, OH 43616
                                                                           (419-698-1766)
Pastor of Women – Sharon (Rob) McQueary, 5325 Seaman Road, Oregon, OH 43616,
                                                                          (419-754-7729)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Bethany Williams, 110 Springwood East, Oregon, OH 43616
                                                                         (419-371-3207)
Prime Time Dir. – Stella Rugg, 453 South Wynn Road, Oregon, OH 43616 (419-697-6175)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Sharon McQueary, 5325 Seaman, Oregon, OH 43616 (419-754-7729)
NMI Pres. – Diana Anderson, 11505 Rachel Road, Curtice, OH 43412          (419-836-9854)
Church Board Secretary – Rod Trim, 3341 Cromwell Drive, Oregon, OH 43616
                                                                          (419-697-0577)
Church Treasurer – Brenda Northrop, 1404 Blandin, Oregon, OH 43616        (419-693-3573)


INDIAN LAKE NORTHSIDE (Organized 1949) ( 075-0640 )
Location: 13699 State Route 235 N., Lakeview, OH 43331
Website: www.indianlakenaz.org; Email: indianlakenaz@woh.rr.com; Fax: 937-842-7513;
                                                                            937-843-5946)
Pastor: (11-20-05) Dr. Timothy D. Johnson, (Gloria), 14612 State Route 235 N., Lakeview, OH
                                                                    43331 (937-843-5946)
Assoc. Pastor – Rev. Gloria D. Johnson, 14612 Ste. Rte. 235 N., Lakeview, OH 43331
                                                                            (937-935-7774)
Music Dir. – Barb Keykens, 4111 Township Rd. 31 N., Huntsville, OH 43324 (937-843-5946)
SDMI Supt. – Larry Sutherland, 521 N. Westminster St., Waynesfield, OH 45896
                                                                               (419-568-4582)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Keith & Arlene Klauer, 8371 Indian Dr., Lewistown, OH 43333
                                                                               (937-843-4828)
NYI Pres. – Mandi Barnes, 1803 University Blvd., Lima, OH 45805                (937-597-8009)
Adult Min. Dir. – Ron Coleman, 7225 Ste. Rte 368, Huntsville, OH 43324         (937-843-3787)
Prime Time Dir. – Beth Carroll, 13773 Seminole Path, Lakeview, OH 43331 (937-843-4405)




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Men’s Min. Dir. – Ron Colman, 7225 Ste. Rte. 368, Huntsville, OH 43324       (937-843-3787)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Rose Hurley, 6469 Ste. Rte. 366, Huntsville, OH 43324 (937-686-2956)
NMI Pres. – Sue Spring, 11510 Big Bear Path, Lakeview, OH 43331              (937-441-0383)
Work & Witness Coord. – Mandi Barnes, 1803 University Blvd., Lima OH 45805
                                                                              (937-597-8009)
Church Board Sec. – Ethel Taylor, 8929 Lake Ave., Lakeview, OH 43331          (937-843-5252)
Church Treas. – Cheryl Griffths, 2023 Township Rd. 46 N., Bellefontaine, OH 43311
                                                                              (937-592-2326)


JACKSON CENTER (Organized 1984) ( 075-0644 )
Location: 405 w. Pike Street, Jackson Center, OH 45334
Pastor: TBS


KENNARD          (Organized 1938)      ( 075-0650 )
Location: (Mail - 831 Lone Rise Dr. W., Marysville, OH 43040) 3134 Reed St., Kennard,
OH 43078
                                (Email: sansti9@aol.com; Fax: 937-644-0935; 937-644-0935)
Pastor - (12/01/02) Stephen D. Anstine (Lori), 831 Lone Rise Dr. W., Marysville, OH 43040
                                                                               (937-644-0935)
Assoc. Pastor - Dene W. Anstine, 2943 Tarryton Ln., Springfield, OH 45503     (937-390-3550)
SDMI Supt - Roger Smith, 2128 Hadle St., Springfield, OH 45505                (937-244-2015)
NMI Pres. - Sharon Smith, 2128 Hadle St., Springfield, OH 45505               (937-244-2014)
Church Board Sec. - Lori Anstine, 831 Lone Rise Dr. W., Marysville, OH 43040 (937-644-0935)
Church Treas. - John Zornes, 320 Eveningway, Pickerington, OH 43147           (614-833-6165)


KENTON (Organized 1923) ( 075-0660 )
Location - 113 Jacob Parrott Blvd., Kenton, OH. 43326 (Website: www.kentonnaz.org;
                                               Email: ddooley@kentonnaz.org; 419-673-5265)
Pastor - (1/13/08) David Dooley (Britni)/ 113 Jacob Parrott Blvd. Kenton, OH. 43326
Children's Min. Dir - Britni Dooley, 113 Jacob Parrott Blvd., Kenton, OH. 43326
                                                  (Email: britni54@gmail.com ; 419- 675-
                                               2277)
NYI Pres. - Scott Hair, 690 N. High St., Kenton OH 43326 (Email: sahair92@yahoo.com;
                                                                                419-674-3440)
Men's Min. Dir. - Russell Frost, 12 Champion Ct., Kenton, OH. 43326           (419- 673-0222)

Women's Min. Dir. - Dianne Hanson, 421 Scioto St., Kenton OH 43326
                                      (Email: hansond@kentoncityschools.org; 419-674-4613)
NMI Pres. - Jeri Ashba, 310 Williams Ct., Kenton OH. 43326
                                              (Email: mommaj41@yahoo.com; 419- 675-2755)
Church Board Sec. - Lowell Cahill, 103 Jacob Parrott Blvd., Kenton, OH. 43326
                                             (Email: lowellc@windstream.net; 419-673-7177)
Church Treas. - Bret Bahr, 8133 SR 67, Kenton OH 43326




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                                                 (Email: Bret.Bahr@ipaper.com; 419-673-9835)


LEIPSIC (Organized 1950)          ( 075-0690 )
Location - 318 E Center St, Leipsic OH 45856       (Website: leipsicnazarene.org; Email:
                                                       nazarene@fairpoint.net; 419-943-3524)
Pastor - (08/6/06) Chris K. Riffle (Gretchen) 327 E Center St., Leipsic OH 45856
                                                                                 (419-943-1860)
SDMI Supt - Rueben Rodriguez 240 Poplar St., Leipsic OH 45856                   (419-943-4140)
Children's Min. Dir - Irma Rodriguez 4958 Rd 7, Leipsic OH 45856                (419-943-2822)
NYI Pres. - Jesse Rodriguez 4958 Rd 7, Leipsic OH 45856                         (419-943-2822)
NMI Pres. - Jan Riffle 25 Vine St. Apt 7, Leipsic OH 45856                      (419-890-6229)
Church Board Sec. - Jan Riffle 25 Vine St. Apt 7, Leipsic OH 45856              (419-890-6229)
Church Treas. - Jesse Rodriguez 4958 Rd 7, Leipsic OH 45856                     (419-943-2822)


LIMA COMMUNITY              (Organized 1941) ( 075-0710 )
Location - 2945 North Cole Street, Lima, OH 45801 (Website: LimaCC.com; Email:
                                       info@limacc.com; Fax: 419-228-9133; 419-223-9646)
Pastor - (8-1-03) Daniel J. Huckins (Pam) 2945 N. Cole St., Lima, OH 45801 (419-223-9646)
Executive Pastor - Vince Nelson (Trina) 2945 N. Cole St., Lima, OH 45801      (419-223-9646)
Pastor of Operations- Tim Thurston (Linda) 4350 Ridge Rd., Elida, OH 45807 (419-642-3111)
Vis. Min. - Robert E. Ferrell (Marilynn) 347 W. Grand Ave., Lima, OH 45801 (419-227-5186)
Journey Groups Pastor - Brian Romine (Stacey) 8722 Harding Highway, Lima, OH 45801
                                                                               (419-236-7112)
Connections & Family Ministry Pastor - Cindy Porter (Wayne) 110 Orchard Dr., Elida, OH
                                                                     45807 (419-339-1599)
Discipleship Pastor - Mike Huckins (Anita) 3892 Neely Rd., Elida, OH 45807 (419-339-9735)
Childcare /School (Co-Directors) - Lori Crider and Patty France 2945 N. Cole St., Lima, OH
                                                                     45801 (419-225-5437)
Adult Ministry Dir. - Mike Huckins (Anita) 3892 Neely Rd., Elida, OH 45807 (419-339-9735)
Junior High Pastor - Jessica Porter 110 Orchard Dr., Elida, OH 45807          (419-339-1599)
Source Venue Pastor -- Brian Romine (Stacey) 8722 Harding Highway, Lima, OH 45801
                                                                              (419-236-7112)
Eastside Venue Pastor - Tim Thurston (Linda) 4350 Ridge Rd., Elida, OH 45807
                                                                              (419-642-3111)
NMI Pres. - Melvin Miller (Jean) 2581 Debbie Dr., Lima, OH 45807              (419-225-7694)

Work & Witness Coord. - Melvin Miller (Jean) 2581 Debbie Dr., Lima, OH 45807
                                                                         (419-225-7694)
Multimedia/Communications - John Johnstone (Erin) 1236 Lakewood Ave., Lima, OH 45805
                                                                          (419-222-1153)
Church Treas. - Erline Binkley (Dale) 3124 Danny Dr., Lima, OH 45801      (419-227-
3296)
Care Pastor - Jim Mason (LeAnn) 9848 Rd Z, Columbus Grove, OH 45830      (419-659-5054)




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LIMA FIRST        (Organized 1926) ( 075-0700 )
Location: (Mail - P.O. Box 903, Lima, OH 45802) 300 W. Elm Street, Lima, Ohio 45801
                      (Email: lima1naz@embarqmail.com; Fax: 419-222-7531; 419-222-4596)
Pastor - (12/02/07) John F. Perkins, (Brenda), 2214 N. Metcalf Street, Lima, Ohio 45801
                                                                               (419-230-9882)
SDMI Supt - Paul Baker, 3455 Providence Drive, Lima, Ohio, 45801               (419-225-8699)
Children's Min. Dir - Pat Rigel, 1411 Glenn Avenue, Lima, Ohio 45804           (419-229-6004)
NYI Pres. - Chris Brunk, 1164 E. Fourth Street, Lima, Ohio 45804              (419-221-0504)
Men's Min. Dir. - David Donnelly, P.O. Box 161, Cairo, Ohio, 45820            (419-641-1000)
Women's Min. Dir. - Nancy VanDyke, 327 N. Baxter Avenue, Lima, Ohio, 45801
                                                                              (419-229-7258)
NMI Pres. - Tim Hicks, 1920 University Blvd, Lima, Ohio, 45805                (419-225-7688)
Church Treas. - Mary Hicks, 1920 University Blvd, Lima, Ohio, 45801           (419-225-7688)


LONDON        (Organized 1943) ( 075-0720 )
Location - 224 Elm Street, London, Ohio 43140     (Email: office@londonnazarene.com;
                                                        Fax: 740-852-3498; 740-852-3498)
Pastor - (5/27/2010) Jack L. (Judy) Davis
SDMI Supt - T.J. Leach, 765 S.R. 42SW, London, OH 43140                   (740-852-2399)
NYI Pres. - Willy Gregg. 221 West Center St., London, OH 43140            (740-852-0109)
NMI Pres. - Steve Elam, 50 North Street, London, OH 43140                 (740-852-2248)
Church Board Sec. -Beverly Fugate, 318 Norothview Drive, London, OH 43140 (740-852-9815)
Church Treas. - Gary Stickel, 3750 Old Springfield Rd., London, OH 43140   (740-852-1975)


MARYSVILLE           (Organized 1961)     ( 075-0760 )
Location: (Mail - P O Box 201) 1126 N. Maple St., Marysville, OH 43040     Website:
www.marysvillenazarene.org; Email: marynaz@marysvillenazarene.org; Fax: 937-642-5416;
                                                                              937-642-5496)
Pastor - (12/16/91) Paul Whiteford (Shiela), 620 Mill Wood Blvd, Marysville, OH 43040
Children's Pastor - Victoria Case, 130 N. Walnut St., Marysville, OH 43040   (937-243-6644)
Music Dir. - Amy Davis, 4352 B Clark St., Dublin, OH 43017                    (614-589-
5783)
Vis. Min. - Rich Applegarth, 99 Lynn St., Richwood, OH 43344                 (740-262-0895)
Chr. Ed. (DirMin)- Joseph Case, 130 N. Walnut St., Marysville, OH 43040      (937-243-0442)
 SDMI Supt - Bob Ciaraldi, 574 Garden Dr., Marysville, OH 43040              (937-209-2313)

NYI Pres. - Craig Elrod, 1197 Valley Dr., Marysville, OH 43040                (937-707-7029)
Youth Pastor - Kevin G. Reed, 549 N. Main St., Marysville, OH 43040          (937-707-4238)
Adult Min. Dir.- Joe Case, 130 N. Walnut St., Marysville, OH 43040          (937-243-0442)
Prime Time Dir. - Rich Applegarth, 99 Lynn St., Richwood, OH 43344          (740-262-0895)
Young Adult Min. Dir. - Chelsie Reed, 549 N. Main St., Marysville, OH 43344 (937-707-4237)
Men's Min. Dir. - Jeff Hatfield, 22757 Pelomar Ln., Marysville, OH 43040     (937-642-3092)




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Women's Min. Dir. - Judi Luginbill, 519 Grace Dr., Marysville, OH 43040     (937-309-9045)
NMI Pres. - Shirley Purdy, 12290 Irwin Rd., Irwin, OH 43029                 (937-834-3486)
Church Board Sec. - Carol Borland, 30425 Alder Rd., Richwood, OH 43344      (740-943-2298)
Church Treas. - Harold Greene, 11390 US 36, Marysville, OH, 43040           (937-642-8280)


MONTPELIER (Organized 1939) ( 075-0770 )
Location: 401 W. Brown Rd., Montpelier, Ohio 43543
                   (Email: pastorjr@midohio.twcbc.com; Fax: 419-485-4921; 419-485-4116)
Pastor: (4/6/98) John E. Rumple (Dorothy), 1314 Cherry St. Montpelier, OH 43543
                                                                             (419-485-8788)
Assoc. Pastor – James D. Mendenhall, 575 Seneca Drive, Montpelier, OH 43543
                                                                             (419-485-5122)
SDMI Supt. – James D. Mendenhall, 575 Seneca Drive, Montpelier, OH 43543 (419-485-5122)
Children’s Min. Dir. – James D. Mendenhall,575 Seneca Drive, Montpelier, OH 43543
                                                                              (419-485-5122)
NYI Pres. – Jennifer Cluckey, 402 S Pleasant, Montpelier, OH 43543            (419-485-4389)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Norman Coutz, 540 Bryant St., Montpelier, OH 43543         (419-485-3082)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Bonnie Coutz, 540 Bryant St., Montpelier, OH 43543       (419-485-3082)
NMI Pres. – Dorothy Rumple, 1314 Cherry St., Montpelier, OH 43543            (419-485-8788)
Church Board Sec. – William Freese, 526 Bryant St., Montpelier, OH 43543     (419-485-8578)
Church Treas. – Bonnie Wolff, 13564 Ste. Rte. 107, Montpelier, OH 43543      (419-485-3738)


MOUNT BLANCHARD             (ORGANIZED 1945)          ( 075-0790 )
Location: (Mail - P.O. Box 368 ) 308 S. Main St., Mount Blanchard, OH 45867
                      (Email: mbnazarene@yahoo.com; Fax: 419-694-1406; 419-694-1406)
Pastor - (05/01/00) James B. Williams Jr.(Barbara), 18718 TR 191, Mount Blanchard, OH
                                                                    45867 (419-694-4435)
SDMI Supt - David McRill 18223 CR 162, Mount Blanchard, OH 45867            (419-694-2015)
NMI Pres. - Jim Williams 18718 TR 191, Mount Blanchard, OH 45867            (419-694-4435)
Church Board Sec. - Carolyn McRill 17547 TR 182, Arlington, OH 45814        (419-365-5986)
Church Treas. - Carolyn McRill 17547 TR 182, Arlington, OH 45814            (419-365-5986)


MOUNT STERLING (Organized 1932) ( 075-0800 )
Location: 226 N. Market St., Mount Sterling, OH 43143 (Website: msnazarene.org;
                         Email: office@msnazarene.org; Fax: 740-869-3157; 740-869-3127)

Pastor: (9/28/98) Ronald D. Reynolds (Jeanne Ann), 281 New St., Mount Sterling, OH 43143
                                            (Email: rreynolds@msnazarene.org; 740-869-
                                           3030)
Assoc. Pastor – Dortha Ross, (Ralph), 340 N. Market St., Mount Sterling, OH 43143
                                               (Email: dross@msnazarene.org; 740-869-2401)
Music Dir. – Amy Stout, 221 New St., Mount Sterling, OH 43143                 (740-412-1146)
SDMI Supt. – Jean Bayes, 14300 Matville Rd., Orient, OH 43146                 (740-983-2789)




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Children’s Min. Dir. – Dorothea & Dwayne Porter, 8840 London Groveport Rd., Grove City OH
                                                                     43123 (614-877-0598)
Youth Pastor – David Stout, 221 New St., Mount Sterling, OH 43143
                                           (Email: dmstout@msnazarene.org; 740-412-4819)
Prime Time Dir. – Mae Barker, 2715 Ste. Rte. 323 SE, London, OH 43140        (740-874-3366)
NMI Pres. – Martina Bennett, 68 E. Main St., Mount Sterling, OH 43143        (740-869-2012)
Work & Witness Coord. – Martina Bennett, 68 E. Main St., Mount Sterling, OH 43143
                                                                              (740-869-2012)
Church Board Sec. –Joyce Beathard, 19960 Clarks Run Rd., Mount Sterling, OH 43143
                                                                              (740-869-4752)
Church Treas. – Tricia Maggard, 14100 Ste. Rte. 56 SE, Mount Sterling, OH 43143
                                                                             (740-869-2879)


NAPOLEON (Organized 1968) ( 075-0810 )
Location - 630 Appian Ave., Napoleon, OH 43545 (Website: www.napnaz.org;
                               Email: office@napnaz.org; Fax: 419-592-1586; 419-592-1586)
Pastor -(7/8/1991) David B. Lutz (Janet), 22 Lakeview Dr., Napoleon, OH 43545
                                                                              (419-592-5540)
Music Dir. - Candy Heath, 614 W. Clinton St., Napoleon OH 43545              (419-592-7048)
Chr. Ed. (DirMin) - Teresa Borton, 18-809 Co. Rd. T, Napoleon, OH 43545      (419-267-5168)
Children's Min. Dir - Carol Bidwell, P961 Co. Rd. 16, Napoleon, OH 43545     (419-592-6698)
Youth Pastor - Joseph Proudfoot (Sarah), 1395 Glenwood Ave., Napoleon, OH 43545
                                                                              (419-592-1586)
Church Board Sec. - Teresa Borton, 18-809 Co. Rd. T, Napoleon, OH 43545      (419-267-5168)
Church Treas. - David Spadafore, 126 Birch St., Wauseon OH 43567             (419-335-6668)


NEW CARLISLE          (Organized 1956) ( 075-0820 )
Location - 477 North Scott Street, New Carlisle, Ohio 45344 (Email: depskp@att.net;
                                                                              (937-845-9990)
Pastor - (9/19/04) David E. (Susie) Perry, 318 Funston Ave. New Carlisle, Ohio 45344
                                                                              (937-845-0522)
Music Dir. - Brian Lombard, 326 Funston Ave, New Carlisle, Ohio 45344         (937-845-1876)
SDMI Supt - Darryl E. Jent, 1506 Lamar Drive, Springfield, Ohio 45504         (937-390-0965)
NYI Pres. - Julie Keeton, 212 Zimmerman, New Carlisle, Ohio 45344             (937-845-1294)
Prime Time Dir. - Opal Johnson, 2163 Larch Street, Springfield, Ohio 45503     (937-322-4593)
Women's Min. Dir. - Sue Thompson, 331 Funston Ave., New Carlisle, Ohio 45344
                                                                               (937-845-1154)
NMI Pres. - Judy Hesson, 4670 Dayton-Brandt Road, New Carlisle, Ohio 45344 (937-845-
0575)
Church Board Sec. - Judy Hesson, 4670 Dayton-Brandt Road, New Carlisle, Ohio 45344
                                                                               (937-845-0575)
Church Treas. - David Johnson, 111 Cory Street, New Carlisle, Ohio 45344      (937-845-8685)




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NEW HAMPSHIRE (Organized 1943) ( 075-0830 )
Location: (Mail - P.O. Box 6) 272 N. Main St., New Hampshire, OH 45870
                                               ( Email: revgreg1960@aol.com; 419-568-2185)
Pastor - (8/18/02) Gregory A. Stevens (Lisa) (P.O. Box 6) 276 N. Main St., New Hampshire,
                                                                   OH 45870 (419-568-2185)
Music Dir. - Christin Ferguson, 712 St. Rte. 708, Russells Point, OH 43348   (419-302-5809)
SDMI Supt - Bruce Lynch, P.O. Box 144, Uniopolis, OH 45888                   (419-738-8646)
Children's Min. Dir - Susan Cohen, 14703, Waynesfield Rd., Waynesfield, OH 45896
                                                                             (419-568-9439)
NYI Pres. - Nicholas Shaner, 19020 N. Gossard Rd., Harrod, OH 45850          (419-296-2232)
Prime Time Dir. - Burt & Lorie Peterson, 15404 Wapak-Fisher Rd., Lot #38, Wapakoneta, OH
                                                                       45895 (567-356-7812)
Men's Min. Dir. - Garry Eaton, 7212 Allen Dr., Russells Point, OH 43348       (937-844-3677)
Women's Min. Dir. - Barbara Spencer, 19067 N. Gossard Rd., Harrod, OH 45850
                                                                             (419-648-5935)
NMI Pres. - Marilyn Lynch, P.O. Box 144, Uniopolis, OH 45888                  (419-738-8646)
Church Board Sec. - Marilyn Lynch, P.O. Box 144, Uniopolis, OH 45888          (419-738-8646)
Church Treas. - Barbara Spencer, 19067 N. Gossard Rd., Harrod, OH 45850       (419-648-5935)


NEW HORIZON COMMUNITY                  (Organized 1950) ( 075-0430 )
Location: 400 WEST MAIN ST, DELTA, OHIO 43515 (Website: deltahorizon.com;
                          Email: mrison3866@yahoo.co; Fax: 419-822-3866; 419-822-3866)
Pastor: (11/29/98) David W. Rison(Mary), P.O. Box 178, Waterville, Ohio 43566
SDMI Supt. – DAVID JONES, 318 W. OAK, WAUSEON, OHIO 43567
NYI Pres. – FREDERICK SHANK, 4980-C, DELTA, OHIO 43515
NMI Pres. – MARY RISON, P.O. BOX 178, WATERVILLE, OHIO 43566
Church Board Sec. – DOROTHY VANTASSEL, 1518 EASTGATE ST., TOLEDO, OHIO
43614
Church Treas. – DANIEL LILLY, 3402 STE. RTE. 109, LOT 37, DELTA, OHIO 43515



NEW LIFE (Organized 1978) ( 075-1215 )
Location: 2020 Ste. Rte. 142 N.E., West Jefferson, OH   43162
Pastor: (TBS)



PAULDING (Organized 1917)           ( 075-0860 )
Location: (Mail - 210 Dooley Drive) 210 Dooley Drive, Paulding, Ohio 45879
                 (Website: pauldingnaz.org; Email: rksemran@earthlink.net; 419 - 399 – 3932)
Pastor - (10/31/05)
Kim H. Semran (Cindy), 806 Centerfield Dr., Paulding, OH 45879               (419-399-3865)
Assoc. Pastor - Cindy R. Semran (Kim), 806 Centerfield Dr., Paulding, OH 45879
                                                                             (419-399-3865)




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Music Dir. - Cindy R. Semran (Kim), 806 Centerfield Dr., Paulding, OH 45879
                                                                             (419-399-3865)
SDMI Supt - Jason Sheets (Carrie), 1485 Rd. 137, Grover Hill, OH 45849       (419-587-3449)
Children's Min. Dir - Sarah Harpel (Dan), 326 W. Wayne Street, Paulding, OH 45879
                                                                             (419-399-5913)
NYI Pres. - Jeff Schultz (Christa), 8109 St. Rt. 613, Paulding, OH 45879     (419-263-1382)
Adult Min. Dir.- Andy Fry (Heidi), 13488 Nancy St., Paulding, OH 45879        (419-399-9335)
Prime Time Dir. - Joan Hoisington, 13356 Nancy St., Paulding, OH 45879       (419-399-2160)
Men's Min. Dir. - Andy Fry (Heidi), 13488 Nancy St., Paulding, OH 45879      (419-399-9335)
Women's Min. Dir. - Karen Pollard (Charlie), 917 W. Wayne St., Paulding, OH 45879
                                                                             (419-399-4985)
NMI Pres. - Warren Thomas (Sue), 10650 Road 169, Oakwood, OH 45873           (419-594-2319)
Church Board Sec. - Rick Nickols (Joan), 16499 Ste. Rte. 613, Paulding, OH 45879
                                                                             (419-399-5299)
Church Treas. - Carrie Sheets (Jason), 1485 Rd. 137, Grover Hill, OH 45849    (419-587-3449)


PAYNE       Organized 1918)         ( 075-0870 )
Location: (Mail - P.O. Box 350) 509 E. Orchard St., Payne, OH 45880-0350
                             (Email: msharper1@verizon.net; Fax: 419-263-3447; 419-263-2422)
Pastor - (11/9/07) Michael D. (Sandy) Harper, 217 W. Townline St., Payne, OH 45880
                                                                              (419-263-2900)
SDMI Supt - Roger Chester, 625 Plainfield Dr., Payne, OH 45880                (419-263-3297)
Children's Min. Dir - Tracy Hower, P.O. Box 286, Payne, OH 45880              (419-263-3202)
NYI Pres. - Justin Sterrett, 310 W. Merrin St., Payne, OH 45880               (419-263-1030)
NMI Pres. - Wendy Tumbleson, P.O. J, Willshire, OH 43898                     (419-495-2840)
Church Board Sec. - Julie Zuber, 10579 SR 49, Payne, OH 45880                 (419-263-3278)
Church Treas. - Carl Wyatt, 2376 Road 17, Payne, OH 45880                     (419-263-2674)


PIONEER (Organized 1943)            ( 075-0880 )
Location: (Mail - P.O. Box 205) 13962 Co.Rd. S, Pioneer, OH. 43554
                                                 (Email: sweelyw@gmail.com; 419-737-3083)
Pastor - (8/3/03) Wayne H. Sweely (Teresa) P.O. Box 205, 206 N. Wyandot, Pioneer, OH
                                                                            (419-737-3083)
Church Board Sec. - Carol Miller, P.O. Box 296, Pioneer, OH 43554           (419-553-0544)
Church Treas. - Linda Cummins, 15612 Co. Rd.15, Pioneer, OH 43554          (419-737-2039)

PIQUA (Organized 1926) ( 075-0890 )
Location: 400 South Sunset Dr., Piqua, OH 45356       (Website: www.piquanaz.com;
         Email: pastorsteve@piquanaz.com; Fax: 937-773-9483;                 937-778-0052)
Pastor: (12/25/06) Steve Spoon, (Sonja), 1925 Fenner Rd., Troy, OH 45373
                                        (Email: pastorstevespoon@yahoo.com; 937-214-5891)
Vis. Min. – Lincoln Robinson (Shirley), 420 S. Wayne St., Piqua, OH 45356    (937-773-
2966)
Church Board Sec. – Mark Walker, 4009 Ste. Rte., Piqua, OH 45356            (937-773-6832)




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Church Treas. – Carolyn Pemberton, 1856 Carol Dr., Piqua, OH 45356            (937-778-
1417)



QUEST COMMUNITY (CTM) ( 075-0001 )
Location: (Mail - 113 Ashbrook Drive, Bellefontaine, OH 43311) 110 South Street, West Libery,
Ohio 43357       (Website: questchurchonline.com; Email: bill@questchurchonline.com;
                                                                               937-599-9910)
Pastor - (06/08/06) William J. Walker (Mary) 113 Ashbrook Dr., Bellefontaine, OH 43311
                                                                              (937-292-7597)
Assoc. Pastor - Kristi L. Payne, 20875 Coleman Brake Rd., Milford Center, OH 43045
                                                                              (937-578-3224)
Church Board Sec. - Scott Steiner, 125 Virginia Ave., West Liberty, OH 43357 (937-935-2671)
Church Treas. - Robert Hoover, 3433 TR 175 West Liberty OH, 43357            (937-465-8276)


SIDNEY FIRST                 (Organized 1924) ( 075-0970 )
Location: 1899 Wapakoneta Avenue, Sidney, OH 45365 (Website: www.sidneynazarene.org;
                         Email: Sidney1stSec@gmail.com; Fax: 937-492-3674; 937-492-4492)
Pastor: (1/11/2004) Chad Wilson (Susan), 13625 Ailes Road, Anna, OH 45302 (937-394-2762)
Assoc. Pastor – Joshua L. Morgan (Kristen), 327 Lunar Street, Sidney, OH 45365
                                                                              (937-638-7674)
SDMI Supt. – Abby Bowman, 1331 Dartmouth, Sidney, OH 45365                    (937-492-4486)
Childcare/School (Dir./Principal) – Jayma Dodds, 209 Sapphire, Anna, OH 45302
                                                                              (937-394-3633)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Sharon Richards, 203 Onyx, PO Box 552, Anna, OH 45302
                                                                              (937-394-5135)
NYI Pres. – Jason VanHorn, 1122 Hamilton Court, Sidney, OH 45365              (937-492-5841)
Prime Time Dir. – Ralph McLain, 10064 State Route 47W, Sidney, OH 45365 (937-498-3809)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Jim Burkart, 1409 Gearhart Road, Sidney, OH 45365           (937-498-3718)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Laura Carlson, 560 Spyglass Court, Sidney, OH 45365       (937-418-6242)
NMI Pres. – Patsy Guenthner, 2316 Armstrong Drive, Sidney, OH 45365            (937-498-1036)
Work & Witness Coord. – Tom Judy, 75 Champaign-Shelby Road, Conover, OH 45318
                                                                              (937-658-4153)
Church Board Sec. – Valarie O'Connell, 2962 W Mason Road, Sidney, OH 45365
                                                                              (937-497-7523)
Church Treas. – Keith Richards, 203 Onyx Drive, PO Box 552, Anna, OH 45302
                                                                               (937-394-5135)
SPENCERVILLE                 (Organized 1935) ( 075-0990 )
Location: (Mail: P.O. Box 26) 319 W. North St, Spencerville, OH 45887
                                                  (Email: tshobe2@verizon.net; 419-296-2561)
Pastor: (5/26/2003) Thomas Shobe (Sharon), 312 Oak Dr, Spencerville, OH 45887
                                                 (Email: tshobe2@verizon.net; 419-647-9207)
SDMI Supt. – Joyce Temme, 6446 Spencerville Rd., Lima, OH 45801               (419-229-6446)
NYI Pres. – Randi Painter, 519 S. Jefferson, Delphos, OH 45833                (419-692-2641)




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NMI Pres. – Bobbie Hamman, 1437 S. Sugar St., Lima, OH 45804                  (419-227-5815)
Church Board Sec. – Lora Bolinger, 4500 East Rd., Elida, OH 45807             (419-339-6837)
Church Treas. – Joe Painter, 519 S. Jefferson St., Delphos, OH 45833          (419-692-2641)


SPRINGFIELD FIRST            (Organized 1924)          ( 075-1020 )
Location - 901 E. Home Road, Springfield, Ohio 45503
                        (Email: sprfirst@homeroadnaz.org; Fax: 937-399-1215; 937-399-3600)
Pastor - (11/16/03) Keith E. Sarver (Pamela), 1345 Short Cut Road, Urbana, Ohio 43078
                                                                                (937-631-3064)
Minister of Music - Rick L. James, 1831 Hillside Ave., Springfield, OH 45503 (937-206-1146)
Children's Pastor - Melissa Sipes (Brandon), 108 S. Kensington Place, Springfield, OH 45504
                                                                                (937-360-3752)
NYI President - Steve E. Earley, 1412 Montego, Springfield, OH 45503            (937-390-1799)
NMI President - Joyce Redder, 34 East North Street, Cedarville, OH 45314         (937-766-5154)
Sunday Supt. - Judy Runyan, 2640 Vernon Asbury Road, South Vienna, OH 45369
                                                                                (937-568-4714)
Discipleship - Doug & Barb Reed, 5715 Victorian Way, Springfield, OH 45503 (937-342-1808)
Parish Nurse Min. - Judy Brammer, 1423 N. Lowry Avenue, Springfield, OH 45504
                                                                                (937-390-9716)
Prayer Coordinator - Barb Reed, 5715 Victorian Way, Springfield, OH 45503 (937-342-1808)
Women's Ministry Director - Marcia Hiles, 4133 Tacoma, Springfield, OH 45503
                                                                                 (937-390-1628)
Church Board Sec. - Brenda Thornberry, 2401 Home Orchard, Springfield, OH 45503
                                                                                (937-399-4438)
Church Treas. - Alan Judy, 6408 Renee, Springfield, OH 45502                    (937-342-0443)

SPRINGFIELD GRACE (Organized 1949) ( 075-1010 )
Location - 2041 Erie Avenue, Springfield, OH 45505 (Email: gracenazarene@sbcglobal.net;
                                                                              937-324-5412)
Pastor - (09/04/05) Claire L. Blanchett, P.O. Box 141229, Columbus, OH 43214
                                                                             (866-678-3868)
Church Board Sec. - Leta Miller, 101 Johnny Lytle Ave., Springfield, OH 45506 (937-322-9362)
Church Treas. - Leta Miller, 101 Johnny Lytle Ave., Springfield, OH 45506     (937-322-9362)




SPRINGFIELD HIGH STREET (Organized 1942) ( 075-1030 )
Location:1625 E. High Street, Springfield, OH 45505
(Website: highstreetnaz.org; Email: highstreetnaz@zoomtown.com; Fax: 937-325-2078;
                                                                               937-323-9686)
Pastor: (12/30/02) Bret M. Layton (Beth), 1631 Murphy Court, Springfield, OH 45503
                                                                              (937-629-0613)
Music Pastor – Kevin R. Mays (Julie), 4637 Eastridge St., Springfield, OH 45503
                                                                              (937-399-7193)




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Children’s Pastor – Israel E. Schertz (Jennette), 1422 Erica Dr., Springfield, OH 45503
                                                                                  (937-323-9686)
Youth Pastor – Alex E. Connell, 2550 N. Limestone St. Apt. 209, Springfield, OH 45503
                                                                                  (937-926-0733)
SDMI Supt – Linda White, 3017 Bahia Dr., Springfield, OH 45503                    (937-390-3886)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Barb Grimm, 12510 Old Troy Pike, St. Paris, OH 43072 (937-857-0146)
NMI Pres. – Donna Hinkle, 856B Stone Crossing Lane, Springfield, OH 45503 (937-327-0616)
Work & Witness Coord. – Homer & Grace Smith, 788 Mohawk Dr., Springfield, OH 45502
                                                                                  (937-323-6956)
Church Board Sec. – Cheryl Fuson, 2073 Simon Court, Springfield, OH 45503 (937-342-1939)
Church Treas. – David Maute, 5523 Adaway Trail, Springfield, OH 45503              (937-717-5567)


SPRINGFIELD MAPLEWOOD (Organized 1975) ( 075-1035 )
Location - 110 Lawnview Ave., Springfield, OH 45505 (Website: www.maplewoodnaz.com;
                              mail: rasharpes@aol.com; Fax: 937-399-8383; 937-322-3503)
Pastor - (1/1/01) Raymond A. Sharpes, 2760 Ashlar Dr., Springfield, OH 45503
                                                                             (937-399-8383)
SDMI Supt - Jeff Yinger, 5835 Twitchell Rd., Springfield, OH 45502           (937-390-0689)
Children's Min. Dir - Larry Johnson, 1740 Victory Dr., Springfield, OH 45505 (937-325-
1747)
NYI Pres. - Amanda Jackson, 106 Roosevelt Dr., Springfield, OH 45504         (937-450-4972)
Adult Min. Dir.- Gary Sowards, 6323 Ballentine Pike, Springfield, OH 45502   (937-964-8689)
Prime Time Dir. - Paul England, 80 Banyon Dr., South Vienna, OH 45369        (937-568-9555)
NMI Pres. - Cheryl Mullenix, 2706 Allen Dr., Springfield, OH 45505           (937-323-1875)
Church Board Sec. - Deb Rodgers, 2341 Dellwood Dr., Springfield, OH 45505 (937-322-9146)
Church Treas. - Paul England, 80 Banyon Dr., South Vienna, OH 45369          (937-568-
9555)


ST. MARYS FIRST (Organized 1942) ( 075-0940 )
Location: (Mail - P.O. Box 425) 390 Indiana Ave., St. Marys, OH 45885
        (Website: bright.net/~naz; Email: naz@bright.net; Fax: 419-394-4833; 419-394-4833)
Pastor - (11/1/01) Timothy M. (Jackie) Smith, 2009 Oxford Dr., St. Marys, OH 45885
                                                                                 (419-394-4579)
Music Dir. - Robert E. Griffin (Janis), 412 E. Second St., Spencerville, OH 45887
                                                                                 (419-647-4945)
Vis. Min. - Bill Drummond (Paula), 544 Defiance Rd., St. Marys, OH 45885        (419-394-2178)

SDMI Supt - Laura Brandt, 7446 Lynch Rd., St. Marys, OH 45885                  (614-425-
7018)
Childcare/School (Dir./Principal) - Melissa Mullenhour, 876 Townview Terr., St. Marys, OH
      45885                                                                   (937-533-3951)
Prime Time Dir. - Bill Drummond, 544 Defiance Rd., St. Marys, OH 45885        (419-394-2178)
Men's Min. Dir. - Kurt Haberkamp, 13671 Barrington Rd., St. Marys, OH 45885 (419-394-3480)
NMI Pres. - Janis Griffin, 412 E. Second St., Spencerville, OH 45887          (419-647-4945)




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Church Board Sec. - Craig Morton, P.O. Box 205, New Knoxville, OH 45871       (419-753-2111)
Church Treas. - Doug Schmidt, 9526 Rice Rd., Celina, OH 45822                 (419-795-4420)


ST. PARIS COMMUNITY                (Organized 1928) ( 075-0950 )
Location: 3560 St. Rte. 235 North, St. Paris, OH 43072 (Email: pastorpaul2@windstream.net;
                                                          Fax: 937-663-0195; 937-663-4011)
Pastor: (07/03/06) Paul D. Baker (Denise), 230 W. Walnut St., St. Paris, OH 43072
                                                                                (937-663-5790)
SDMI Supt. – Janet Evans, 636 Kiser Lake Rd., St. Paris, OH 43072               (937-663-
4090)
NYI Pres. – Jerome Bernardi, 5940 St. Rte. 235, Conover, OH 45317              (937-362-9793)
Youth Pastor – Mike Tobias (Andrea), 822 Boyce St., Urbana, OH 43078            (937-631-
3443)
NMI Pres. – Denise Baker, 230 W. Walnut St. Paris, OH 43072                    (937-663-5790)
Church Board Sec. – Janet Evans, 636 Kiser Lake Rd., St. Paris, OH 43072       (937-663-4090)
Church Treas. – Katy Cupps, 2085 N. Rte. 560, Urbana, OH 43078                 (937-652-3624)


SWANTON (Organized 1978) ( 075-1038 )
Location: (Mail: PO Box 37) 315 W Airport Hwy, Swanton, OH 43558
                (Website: www.swantonnaz.org; Email: swantonnaz@aol.com; 419-825-1230)
Pastor: (8/7/00) Harold E. Ratliff, Jr, (Patty), 102 Elm St, Swanton, OH 43558
SDMI Supt. – Judy Young, 302 E. Garfiels, Swanton, OH 43558                     (419-826-
8145)
NYI Pres. – Kelly Harlett, 408 Chestnut, Swanton, OH 43558                      (419-825-
2714)
Prime Time Dir. – Karen Pever, 5702 Angola Rd. #206, Toledo, OH 43615           (419-868-
8295)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Tim Judson, 7235 Jeffers Rd, Whitehouse, OH 43571            (419-875-5633)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Sandy Judson, 7235 Jeffers Rd, Whitehouse, OH 43571 (419-875-5633)
NMI Pres. – Rita Stroble, 315 Valleywoods Dr, Swanton, OH 43558                (419-826-4425)
Church Board Sec. – Kathy Kreuz, 100 Academy Dr, Swanton, OH 43558             (419-826-3033)
Church Treas. – Gladys Faulkner, 8730 Monclova Rd, Monclova, OH 43542          (410-865-0534)


TIPP CITY       (Organized 1937) ( 075-1040 )
Location: (Mail - PO Box 187) 1221 W Main St, Tipp City, OH 45371
                                 (Email: info@tcnaz.com; Fax: 937-667-0514; 937-667-6586)
Pastor - (09/25/94) Bradley W Warkentine (Dianne), 16 Navaho Ct, Tipp City, OH 45371
                                                                             (937-667-2937)
Assoc. Pastor - Brett W Warkentine (Serenity), 722 Kirkwood, Vandalia, OH 45377
                                                                            (937-264-8425)

Music Dir. - Richard T. Bowden (Carolyn), 209 George Wythe Way, Beavercreek, OH
         45434                                                            (937-620-4489)




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Vis. Min. - James R. Brown, 3710 Teakwood Dr, Tipp City, OH 45371             (937-552-7082)
Min.of Christian Education - Craig Dusek, 1257 Gettysburg Dr, Troy, OH 45373
                                                                              (937-408-2622)
Childcare/School (Dir./Principal) - Dottie Musselman, 677 Cassel Creek Dr, Vandalia, OH
      45377                                                                   (937-689-2597)
Children's Min. Dir - Becky Dusek, 1257 Gettysburg Dr, Troy, OH 45373         (937-408-2622)
NYI Pres. - Donna Hatfield, 1035 Rosewood Creek Dr, Troy, OH 45373            (937-552-7538)
Women's Min. Dir. - Miriam Ratliff, 340 Tulip Ln, Troy, OH 45373              (937-216-1308)
NMI Pres. - A J (Bunch) Paulsen, 744 Cheyenne, Tipp City, OH 45371            (937-667-7101)
Work & Witness Coord. - James R. Brown, 3710 Teakwood Dr, Tipp City, OH 45371
                                                                              (937-552-7082)
Church Board Sec. - Diana Baldwin, 761 Shashoni Way, Tipp City, 45371         (937-669-2011)
Church Treas. - Gordon Green, 6800 Roberta Dr, Tipp City, OH 45371            (937-470-3137)


TOLEDO FAITH         (Inactive)   ( 075-1080 )


TOLEDO NORTHPOINT               (Organized 1976)     ( 075-1090 )
Location - 5825 Suder Ave., Toledo, OH 43611 (Website: www.northpointnazarene.com;
                                            Email: northpointnaz.1@juno.com; 419-726-5423)
Pastor - (2/2/03) Steven Salyers (Mindy), 1336 Sterns Rd., Erie, MI 48133   (734) 848-9260
Chr. Ed. (DirMin) - Ruth Kohn, 6159 Bahiamar, Toledo, OH 43611               (419-729-
2147)
NYI Pres. - Judy McCabe, 6400 S. Dixie Hwy. # 10, Erie, MI 48133             (734-848-
3098)
Prime Time Dir. - Ruth Kohn, 6159 Bahiamar, Toledo, OH 43611                (419-729-2147)
Church Board Sec. - Kay Crutchfield, 2047 Woodland, Temperance, MI 48182 (734-847-
7988)
Church Treas. - Barry Stotler, 1903 Winchester St., Toledo, OH 43613        (419-475-8819)



TOLEDO TRINITY              (Organized 1930)      ( 075-1060 )
Location: 4930 Flanders Rd., Toledo, OH 43623 (Website: www.trinaz.org;
                            Email: tinity.office@bex.net; Fax: 419-885-5867; 419-882-8734)
Pastor: (12/29/02) Richard A. Ketterman (Vivian), 4850 Flanders Rd., Toledo, OH 43623
                                               (Email: rick.ketterman@bex.net; 419-843-3675)
Assoc. Pastor – Melissa D. Berlean, 2682 Algonquin Pkwy, Toledo, OH 43606 (419-450-
9106)
SDMI Supt. – Deanne Smale, 7409 Wicklow Woods, Sylvania, OH 43560             (567-455-6736)
NYI Pres. – Ian Hoen, 1750 Perrysburg-Holland Rd., Holland, OH 43528           (419-865-
0862)
Youth Pastor – Daniel Taylor, 4930 Flanders Rd., Toledo, OH 43613              (419-882-
8734)




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NMI Pres. – Dolores Long, 200 E. Perry St., Walbridge, OH 43465               (419-666-
4734)
Church Board Sec. – Margie Kayser, 5865 Cook Dr., Toledo, OH 43615            (419-865-6795)
Church Treas. – Gilbert Duke, 2674 Secor Rd., Toledo, OH 43606                (419-536-0455)

TROY FIRST            (Organized 1908) ( 075-1130 )
Location: (Mail: P.O. Box 605) 1200 Barnhart Rd., Troy, OH 45373 Website:
               www.troynaz.net; Email: info@troynaz.net; Fax: 937-335-5258; 937-339-3117)
Pastor: (8/20/07) Jeffrey A. Rollison (Kim), 224 Grant St., Troy, OH 45373    (937-216-4222)
New Church-Type Mission Sponsorship This Year: 1 Yes 0 No
Assoc. Pastor – Ronald L. Barber (Shirley), 2815 Southside Dr., ,OH Troy 45373
                                                                               (937-216-9744)
Music Dir. – Kim Rollison, 224 Grant St.,Troy, OH 45373                       (216-570-5897)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Kim Marks, 1535D Hawk Circle, Troy, OH 45373           (937-499-4726)
Youth Pastor – Grant Warner, 1448 Covent Rd.,Troy, OH 45373                   (567-204-9328)
Prime Time Dir. – Ronald L. Barber, 2815 Southside Dr., Troy, OH 45373        (937-216-9744)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Don Marshall, 571 Locust Lane, Troy, OH 45373               (937-339-6141)
NMI Pres. – Sue Dodds, P.O.Box 439, Pleasant Hill, OH 45359                  (937-405-6546)
Church Board Sec. – David Frye, 2620 Vista Ridge, Troy, OH 45373              (937-216-0755)
Church Treas. – Tim Johnson, 5335 S. County Rd.25A, Tipp City, OH 45371 (937-506-2606)


UNION CITY         (Organized 1936)    ( 075-1140 )
Location: (Mail - 900 W. Hickory St.) 1118 W. Oak St., Union City, IN 47390
                                                                             (765-964-4410)
Pastor - (Interim)   Thomas M. Davis (Mary) , 202 E. Park Dr., Greenville, OH 45331
                                                                              (937-548-1378)
SDMI Supt - Odine Starbuck, R.R. 1, W. Division St., Union City, IN 47390 (765-964-5423)
NYI Pres. - Terry Sibery, 917 W. Hickory St., Union City, IN 47390            (765-964-6075)
NMI Pres. - Pauline Conyers, 2796 UC Pike, Winchester, IN 47394
Church Board Sec. - Odine Starbuck, R.R. 1, Union City, IN 17390             (765-964-5423)
Church Treas. - Robert Burns, 1118 W. Oak St., Union City, IN 47390          (765-964-3780)


UPPER VALLEY COMMUNITY                  (Organized 1999)         ( 075-0893 )
Location - 1400 Eidel Pkwy, Piqua, OH 45356
                             (Website: www.uvcc.org; Email: uvcc@uvcc.org; 937-778-
8822)
Pastor - (7/1/94) Paul Jetter (Mary) 9111 Fry Ct., Piqua, OH 45356            (937-778-1758)
New Church-Type Mission Sponsorship This Year: 1 Yes 0 No
Executive. Pastor - Andrew J. Monnin (Paula), 635 W. North St., Piqua, OH 45356
Children's Pastor - Amy Davis, 807 Boone St., Piqua, OH 45356                 (419-230-9897)
Youth Pastor - Stephen D. Marcum (Julie), 2204 Navajo Tr., Piqua, OH 45356 (937-773-4973)
Women's Min. Dir. - Julie Alexander, 8389 N. Union-Shelby Rd., Piqua, OH 45356
                                                                              (937-773-5761)
Church Board Sec. - Doug Smith, 10990 Ft. Loramie-Swanders Rd., Sidney, OH 45365




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                                                                            (937-492-7331)
Church Treas. - Kathy Bushnell, 1005 Christine Ln., Piqua, OH 45356          (937-778-
0946)



URBANA               (Organized 1931) ( 075-1150 )
Location: 1999 E. St. Rte. 29, Urbana, Ohio 43078 (Website: www.urbananazarene.org;
                                   Email: urbcon@ctcn.net; Fax: 937-653-3646; 937-653-6000)
Pastor: (TBS)
Exec. Pastor – Vernon Tobias (Terrie); 4724 Cane Lane, Urbana, Ohio           (937-653-8856)
Music Dir. – Matt Sertell, 8371 Stevenson Rd. Cable, Ohio 43009              (937-747-2591)
Vis. Min. – John Ware, P.O. Box 38097, Urbana, Ohio, 43078                   (937-653-4631)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Crystal Burgel, 2756 E. Kanagy Rd., Cable, Ohio 43009 (937-243-1066)
Youth Pastor – Mike McKenzie 4338 Joshane Street, Springfield, Ohio 45502 (937-408-4209)
Adult Min. Dir. – Vernon Tobias, 4724 Cane Lane, Urbana, Ohio 43078          (937-508-8312)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Walt Riggle 2650 E. Kingscreek Rd. Urbana, Ohio 43078      (937-652-3527)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Susan Stonerock, 4169 Post Rd. Urbana, Ohio 43078        (937-408-7285)
Church Board Sec. – Nick Christian, 876 S. Main St. Urbana, Ohio 43078       (937-652-3782)
Church Treas. – Renee Crabill, 2450 Sloan Rd. Urbana, Ohio 43078             (937-652-2487)

VAN WERT         (Inactive)    ( 075-1160 )


WAPAKONETA           (Organized 1926) ( 075-1180 )
Location - 401 Court Street, Wapakoneta, OH 45895 (Website: wapaknaz.org;
                                              Email: wardrlewis@gmail.com; 419-738-9070)
Pastor - (6/1/02) Ward R. Lewis (Brenda) 17618 Moulton Ft. Amanda Rd.
Assoc. Pastor - Brenda E. Lewis 17618 Moulton Ft. Amanda Rd. Wapapkoneta, OH 45895
                                                                          (419- 657-6138)
Music Dir. - Sandi Gesler 231 E. Main Street, Cridersville, OH 45805      (419- 645-5280)
SDMI Supt - Brenda E. Lewis 17618 Moulton Ft. Amanda Rd. Wapapkoneta, OH 45895
                                                                          (419- 657-6138)
NYI Pres. - Sandi Gesler 231 E. Main Street, Cridersville, OH 45805       (419-645-5280)
NMI Pres. - Sue Fox, 11717 Glynwood Road, Wapakoneta, OH 45895           (419-738-8788)
Church Board Sec. - Faye Fisher, 508 W. Auglaize, Wapakoneta, OH 45895   (419-738-3904)
Church Treas. - Mildred Hershberger, 11221 Wrestle Creek Road, Wapakoneta, OH 45895
                                                                         (937- 569-6097)

WAUSEON COMMUNITY (Organized 1926) ( 075-1200 )
Location: 136 Cherry St, Wauseon, OH 43567 (Website: www.wauscom.com;
                                               Email: wcc@embarqmail.com; 419-335-3561)
Pastor: (11/29/04) Timothy R. Moebs (Shelley) Address, 415 Indian Rd., Wauseon, OH 43567
                                          (Email: tsmoebs@embarqmail.com; 419-335-5403)
SDMI Supt. – Kris Wagner, 15200 Co. Rd., J, Wauseon, OH 43567                (419-335-5587)
NYI Pres. – Trisha Spadafore, 226 W. Oak St., Wauseon, OH 43567             (419-335-6535)




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Men’s Min. Dir. – Michael Haley, 19640 Co. Rd., Archbold, OH 43502            (419-445-1657)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Carol Hill, 1891 Co. Rd. K, Swanton, OH 43558            (419-825-1778)
NMI Pres. – Mary Jo Ledyard, P.O. Box 624, Fayette, OH 43521                   (419-237-2445)
Church Board Sec. – Jolene Seineur, 17375 Co. Rd. K, Wauseon, OH 43467       (419-335-1837)
Church Treas. – Jolene Seineur, 17375 Co. Rd. K, Wauseon, OH 43467            (419-335-1837)
WEST MILTON (Organized 1962) ( 075-1220 )
Location: 151 W. Baker Rd., West Milton, OH 45383-9749 Website: www.wmnaz.org;
                                                   Email: wmnaz@verizon.net; 937- 698-5782)
Pastor: (10/15/89) Charles W. Meinecke (Judy), 3250 S. Rangeline Rd., West Milton, OH 45383
                                            (Email: cmeinecke@woh.rr.com; 937- 698-4620)
SDMI Supt. – David Paulus, 9343 W. Pearson Rd., West Milton, OH 45383         (937-698-6422)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Melissa Ritchey, 1323 Willow Way, West Milton, OH 45383
                                                                             (937- 698-8027)
Adult Min. Dir. – Charlotte Powers, 4400 Ste. Rte. 48, West Milton, OH 45383 (937-698-1932)
NMI Pres. – Marilyn Morgan, 15 Duerr Dr., West Milton, OH 45383              (937-698-3042)
Church Board Sec. – Jane Johnston, 140 Bruce Dr., West Milton, OH 45383      (937-698-5051)
Church Treas. – Dale Morgan, 15 Duerr Dr., West Milton, OH 45383              (937-698-3042)




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                                  J. ORDAINED ELDERS

                                      Ministerial Role Codes

 CED – Christian Education Minister                  MIS – Missionary
 CHP – Chaplain                                      PAS – Pastor
 DA – District Assignment                            PSV-FT – Pastoral Service Full-time
 DIA – District Interim Assigned                     PSV-PT – Pastoral Service Part-time
 DS – District Superintendent                        RA – Retired, Assigned
 EDU – Education                                     RU – Retired, Unassigned
 ESR – Evangelism Service Retired                    SEC – Song Evangelist Commissioned
 EVC – Evangelist, Commissioned                      SER – Song Evangelist Registered
 EVR – Evangelist, Registered                        SPC – Special Service/Interdenominational
 EVT – Evangelist, Tenured                           STU – Student
 GA – General Church Assignment                      TRF – In process of Transfer
 GS – General Superintendent                           U – Unassigned


1976 RA     Adams, John R. (St. Paris), 11800 Grandview Hts. Rd., St. Paris, OH 43072
                                                                               (937-663-5294)
1970 RU/ESR Anstine, Dene W. (Kennard), 2943 Tarryton Ln., Springfield, OH 45503
                                                                               (937-390-3550)
2008 PAS    Anstine, Stephen D. (Kennard), 831 Lone Rise Dr. W, Marysville, OH 43040
                                                                               (937-644-0935)
1973 RA     Armstrong, Mack J. (Swanton), 284 Patricia Ave., Napoleon, OH 43545
                                                                               (419-592-2755)
2003 PAS    Baker, Paul D. (St. Paris), 230 W. Walnut St., St. Paris, OH 43072
                                                                               (937-663-5790)
2005 U      Baldwin, Linda L. , 3426 Michael Drive, New Carlisle, OH 45344
                                                                               (937-679-5097)
1952 RU     Ballmer, Verl W. (Fort Recovery), P.O. Box 178, 418 E. Broadway,
               Fort Recovery, OH 45846                                         (419-375-2499)
1966 RA     Barber, Ronald L., (Troy First), 2815 Southside Dr., Troy, OH 45373
                                                                               (937-335-5721)
1991 RA     Blain, William E., Jr. (Springfield High Street), 4227 Imperial Dr., Springfield,
            OH 45503                                                            (937-390-1055)
2000 PAS    Blanchett, Claire L., (Springfield Grace), P.O. Box 141229, Columbus, OH 43214
                                                                                (866-678-3868)
2003 PAS    Blough, Roger E. (Bryan), 306 Townline Rd., Bryan, OH 43506
                                                                               (419-636-2568)
1983 PSV-FT Bowden, Richard (Tipp City), 209 George Wythe Way, Beavercreek, OH
            45434                                                              (937-429-2879)




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1982 U      Bressler, Brian L. (Defiance), S-721 Ste. Rte. 109, Liberty Center, OH 43532
                                                                               (419-205-8804)
2002 U      Brooker, Jerry L. (New Life), 5023 Plain City-Georgesville Rd., Plain City, OH
            43064                                                              (614-879-7591)
1968 PSV-FT Brown, James R. (Tipp City), 3710 Teakwood Dr., Tipp City, OH 45371
                                                                               (937-667-6586)
1999 CHP    Bruce, Thomas D. (St. Paris Community), 101 S. Bunker Hill Dr., Junction City,
            KS 66441                                                           (785-209-4676)
1974 RA     Case, Max A. (Marysville), 1162 SR 81 W., Willshire, OH 45898
                                                                               (419-495-4167)
1977 RA     Clark, Lester L. (Piqua), 400 Westview Dr., Piqua, OH. 45356
                                                                               (937-778-8292)
2003 PSV-PT Cook, Daniel E., (Defiance) 422 Nicholas St., Defiance, OH 43512
                                                                               (419-782-9265)
1999 U      Davidson, Darrell K. (Findlay First), 2100 West Main Cross, Findlay, OH 45840
                                                                               (419-423-4198)
1988 PAS    Davis, Jack L. (London), 224 Elm Street, London, OH 43140          (740-852-3498)
1976 RA/PAS Davis, Thomas M. (Greenville), 202 E. Park Dr., Greenville, OH 45331
                                                             (937-548-1378)
1968 EVR    Dodds, John E. (Lima Community), 3790 Edgewater Dr., St. Marys, OH 45885
                                                                               (419-305-1946)
2010 PAS    Dooley, David R. W. (Kenton), 113 Jacob Parrott Blvd. Kenton, OH 43326
                                                                             (419-675-2277)
2010 PSV-FT Drummond, Wilbur A. (St. Marys), 544 Defiance Road, St. Marys, OH 45885
                                                                               (419-394-2178)
2002 PSV-PT Edwards, Todd J. (Bethel Community), 342 Stratmore St., New Carlisle, OH
            45344                                                              (937-974-0171)
1952 RU     Ellis, Robert L. (Celina), 816 Hierholzer St., Celina, OH 45822
                                                                               (419-586-1141)
1982 PSV-PT Ferrell, Robert E. (Lima Community), 347 W. Grand Ave., Lima, OH 45801
                                                                              (419-227-5186)
2004 PSV-PT Fiste, Rick (Bethel Community), 835 Meyers Ct., Vandalia, OH 45377
                                                                              (937-890-2508)
1982 EVC    Flint, Robert E. (Marysville), 508 Surrey Ln., Marysville, OH 43040
                                                                              (937-644-9857)
1967 DA     Fox, Larry W. (Wapakoneta), 11717 Glynwood Rd., Wapakoneta, OH 45885
                                                                                  (419-738-
            8788)
1946 RA     Gambill, Verne E. (Findlay First), 2725 Robie Ave., Mt. Dora, FL 32757
2008 PSV-PT Gorrell, Terra A., (Defiance) 813 Meadowbrook Dr., Paulding, OH 45879
                                                                              (419-399-8473)
2004 U      Gurschick, Thomas M. (Hope Community), 3189 Princeton Road #272,
            Hamilton, OH 45011                                                (419-349-6650)
1979 PAS    Hamilton, Larry D. (Celina), 418 N. Main St., Celina, OH 45822 (419-584-0292)
1989 PAS    Harper, Michael D. (Payne), 217 Townline Rd., Payne, OH 45880
                                                                              (419-263-2900)




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1965 RA        Hatcliff, Winston J. (Fayette), P.O. Box 189, Fayette, OH 43521
                                                                               (419-237-2424)
1985 RA      Hoagland, David A. (Springfield High Street), 2032 Sunset Ave., Springfield, OH
             45505                                                             (937-323-6242)
1996 PAS     Hoagland, Jonathan L. (Grover Hill), 302 E. Jackson Street, Grover Hill, OH
             45849                                                             (419-587-3376)
2010 U       Holtz, David W. (Celina), 425 Main Street, Brookville, PA      15825
                                                                               (814-715-9315)
1972 RA      Howard, Robert L. (Bryan), 01-156 State Route 2, Bryan, OH 43506
                                                                               (419-630-0208)
1997 PAS     Huckins, Daniel (Lima Community), 2945 N. Cole St., Lima, OH 45801
                                                                               (419-223-9646)
1988 EVR     Imboden, Paul (Antwerp), 500 N. Laura St., Payne, OH 45880
                                                                                  (419-487-
             3053)
2002 PSV-PT/ James, Rick L. (Springfield First), 1831 Hillside Ave., Springfield, OH 45503
   EVR/SER                                                                     (937-206-1146)
1999 U       Jenkins, Daniel L. (St. Marys), 4747 St. Rte. 29W, Celina, OH 45822
                                                                               (419-586-9956)
1999 U       Jenkins, Susan L. (St. Marys), 4747 St. Rte. 29W, Celina, OH 45822
                                                                               (419-586-9956)
1975 PAS     Jetter, Paul L. (Upper Valley Community), 9111 Fry Ct., Piqua, OH 45356
                                                                               (937-778-1758)
2008 PSV-FT Johnson, Gloria D., (Indian Lake Northside), 14612 S.R. 235 N., Lakeview, OH
             43331                                                             (937-935-7774)
2002 PAS     Johnson, Timothy D. (Indian Lake Northside), 14612 S. R. 235 N., Lakeview, OH
             43331                                                             (937-935-7774)
1993 U       Jones, Gary E. (Lima Community), 1845 W. Breese Rd., Lima OH 45806
                                                                               (419-225-9567)
2006 U       Kaiser, Darren William (Troy First), 689 Sherwood Drive, Troy, OH 45373
                                                                              (937-216-3680)
1982 PAS     Kelley, Dennis E. (Ft. Recovery), 207 N. 1st Street (P.O. Box 336), Ft. Recovery,
             OH 45846                                                          (419-375-4020)
1992 PAS     Ketterman, Richard A. (Toledo Trinity), 4850 Flanders Rd., Toledo, OH 43623
                                                                               (419-843-3675)
2010 PSV-FT Knight, Brian W. (Findlay First), 720 Melrose Ave., Findlay, OH 45840
                                                                               (419-889-5265)
1988 PAS     Knapp, Robert R. (Hicksville), 501 Antwerp Dr., Hicksville, OH 43526
                                                                                (419-487-1324)
1984 DS      Kunselman, D. Geoffrey (Celina), 272 Jack Oak Road, St. Marys, OH 45885
                                                                               (419-394-4517)
2007 PAS     Lauer, Andrew J. (Emmaus Road) 2874 Kenwood Blvd., Toledo, OH 43606
                                                       (419-472-0568)
1989 PAS     Layton, Bret M. (Springfield High St.), 1631 Murphy Court, Springfield, OH
             45503                                                             (937-629-0613)
1989 PAS     Leonard, Donald P. (Defiance), 19879 Switzer Rd., Defiance, OH 43512




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                                                                               (419-782-1121)
1998 PAS      Lewis, Ward R. (Wapakoneta), 17618 Moulton-Ft. Amanda Rd., Wapakoneta,
              OH 45895                                                         (419-657-6138)
2002 U        Little, Brice D. (Lima Community), 212 S. Lawn Ave., Bluffton, OH 45817
                                                                               (419-371-6606)
1993 PAS      Lutz, David B. (Napoleon), 22 Lakeview Dr., Napoleon, OH 43545
                                                                               (419-592-5540)
2002 PSV-FT   Marcum, Stephen D. (Upper Valley), 2204 Navajo Trail, Piqua, OH 45356
                                                                               (937-773-4973)
2001 PSV-FT   Marsee, Scott A. (Celina ), 614 Willow St, Celina, OH 45822      (419-586-9165)
1999 PSV-FT   Mays, Kevin R. (Springfield High Street), 4637 Eastridge St., Springfield, OH
              45503                                                            (937-399-7193)
1958 RA       McAdams, Douglas D. (Bellefontaine), 4045 Ste. Rte. 292S, Zanesfield, OH
              43360                                                            (937-441-6795)
1982 RA       McClurg, Lloyd C. (Sidney First), 13135 E. Miami-Shelby Rd., Piqua, OH 45356
                                                                               (937-773-8562)
1996 PAS      McClurg, Michael L. (Findlay First), 3414 Chagrin Valley Dr., Findlay, OH
              45840                                                            (419-420-1970)
1954 RA       McNeely, Robert W. (Mount Sterling), 3305 Big Run S Rd., Grove City, OH
              43123                                                            (614-875-5912)
1989 PAS      Meinecke, Charles W. (West Milton), 3250 S. Rangeline Rd., West Milton, OH
              45383-9652                                                       (937-698-4620)
2001 U        Merritt, Steven W. (Toledo Northpoint), 20 State Street, Norwalk, OH 44857
                                                                               (419-706-6813)
1954 RU       Miller, Lowell B. (Spencerville), 20107 S.R. 117 W., Spencerville, OH 45887
                                                                               (419-647-6133)
2002 PAS      Moebs, Timothy R. (Wauseon Community), 415 Indian Road, Wauseon, OH
              43567                                                            (419-335-5403)
2004 PSV-FT   Monnin, Andrew J. (Upper Valley), 1400 Seidel Parkway, Piqua, OH 45356
                                                                               (937-778-8822)
2008 PSV-FT   Morgan, Joshua L. (Sidney First), 327 Lunar Street, Sidney, OH 45365
                                                                               (937-638-7674)
1992 PAS      Neighoff, Kenneth G. (Bellefontaine), 409 Washington Ave., Bellefontaine, OH
              43311                                                            (937-599-5653)
1968 EVC      Nicholas, Claude G. (Springfield First), 2831 Balsam Dr., Springfield, OH 45503
                                                                               (937-536-5757)
2002 PAS      Nichols, Joel L. (Bowling Green), 12111 Potter Road, Weston, OH 43569
                                                                               (419-669-3936)
1964 RA       Noonan, Kenneth E. (Urbana), 435 E. Water St. Apt. 2, Urbana, OH 43078
                                                                               (937-652-2726)
1988 EVR      Perdue, Kenneth W. (Marysville), 2571 State Route 245 East, Cable, OH 43009
                                                                               (937-465-8476)
1975 EVT      Perdue, Nelson S. (Marysville), 1559 Grimes Ave., Urbana, OH 43078
                                                                               (937-652-3301)
1979 PAS      Perkins, John F. (Lima First), 2214 N. Metcalf St., Lima, OH 45801
                                                                                (419-230-9882)




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2009 PAS      Perry, David E. (New Carlisle), 318 Funston Ave., New Carlisle, OH 45344
                                                                                  (937-845-0522)
2005 U        Porter, Dwayne R. (Mount Sterling), 8840 London-Groveport Rd., Grove City,
              OH 43123                                                           (614-877-0598)
1993 U        Potter, Thomas L. (Toledo Northpoint), P.O. Box 5, Millbury, OH 43447
                                                                                 (419-340-7010)
2005 PSV-FT   Proudfoot, Joseph A. (Napoleon), 1395 Glenwood Ave., Napoleon, OH 43545
                                                                                 (419-592-1586)
1994 PAS      Ratliff, Harold E., Jr. (Swanton), 102 Elm St., Swanton, OH 43558
                                                                                 (419-825-1230)
2008 PAS      Reindel, Louis R. (Bradford) 421 School Street, Bradford, OH 45308
                                                                                  (937-448-2308)
2005 PSV-PT   Retcher, Carol Ann (Defiance), 28071 Hoffman Drive, Defiance, OH 43512
                                                                                 (419-395-1059)
1971 PAS      Reynolds, Ronald D. (Mount Sterling), 281 New St., Mount Sterling, OH 43143
                                                                                 (740-869-3030)
2001 PAS      Riffle, Christopher K. (Leipsic), 327 E. Center St., Leipsic, OH 45856
                                                                                 (419-943-1860)
1969 RA       Riggle, Mary Lou (Urbana), 710 West Light Street, Urbana, OH 43078
                                                                                 (937-653-7988)
1980 PAS      Rison, David W. (New Horizon Community), P.O. Box 178, Waterville, OH
              43566                                                              (419-822-3866)
1989 PAS      Rollison, Jeffery A. (Troy First), 224 Grant St., Troy, OH 45373 (937-216-4222)
1982 PSV-FT   Ross, Dortha Jean (Mount Sterling), 340 N. Market St., Mount Sterling, OH
              43143                                                              (740-869-2401)
2000 PAS      Rumple, John E. (Montpelier), 1314 Cherry St., Montpelier, OH 43543
                                                                                 (419-485-8788)
2004 PAS      Salyers, Steven R. (Toledo Northpoint), 1336 Sterns, Erie, MI 48133
                                                                                  (734-848-9260)
1987 PAS      Sarver, Keith E. (Springfield First), 1345 Shortcut Road, Urbana, Ohio 43078
                                                                                 (937-631-3064)
2003 PSV-PT   Semran, Cynthia R. (Paulding), 806 Centerfield Dr., Paulding, OH 45879
                                                                                 (419-399-3865)
1993 PAS      Semran, Kim H. (Paulding), 806 Centerfield Dr., Paulding, OH 45879
                                                                                 (419-399-3865)
1964 RA       Shankel, Jack E. (Celina), 14280 Heritage Ln., Mount Vernon, OH 43050
                                                                                 (740-393-3643)
1965 PAS      Sharpes, Raymond A., (Springfield Maplewood), 2760 Ashlar Dr., Springfield,
              OH 45503                                                           (937-399-8383)
2006 PAS      Shobe, Thomas D. (Spencerville), 312 Oak Dr., Spencerville OH 45887
                                                                                 (419-647-9207)
2004 PSV-PT   Sipes, Melissa L. (Springfield First), 108 S. Kensington Pl, Springfield, OH
              45504                                                              (937-360-3752)
2003 EDU      Smith, James W., Jr. (Bowling Green), 407 Martinsburg Rd., Mount Vernon, OH
              43050                                                              (419-788-0390)




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1990 PAS    Smith, Timothy M. (St. Marys), 2009 Oxford Dr., St Marys, OH 45885
                                                                                (419-394-
            4579)
1957 RA     Smith, Walter W. (Bethel Community), 2699 Brittany Oaks Blvd., Hilliard, OH
            43026                                                            (614-876-8379)
1972 RA     Smitley, Melvin L. (Marysville), 153 North High Street (Box 172), Mount
            Victory, OH 43340                                                (937-354-5129)
1984 RA/ESR Snyder, William G. (Springfield First), 6585 Pied Piper Parkway, Hillsboro, OH
            45133                                                            (937-393-6591)
1972 RA     Spencer, K. Darrell (Countryside), 8135 W. Prospect Road, Hillsboro, OH
            45133                                                            (937-393-2620)
1989 PAS    Spoon, Steve H. (Piqua), 1925 Fenner Rd., Troy, OH 45373         (937-214-5891)
1993 PAS    Spyker, Jonathon L. (Cridersville), 712 Woodridge Dr. Cridersville, OH 45806
                                                                             (419-645-4712)
1970 RA     Steveley, Larry M. (Springfield High St.), 741 S. Fountain Ave., Springfield, OH
            45506                                                            (937-325-6010)
2004 PAS    Stevens, Gregory A. (New Hampshire), P.O. Box 6, New Hampshire, OH 45870
                                                                             (419-568-2185)
1988 SPC    Stewart, Challen W., Jr. 2112 S.CR.32, Risingsun, OH 43457 (419-457-5502)
1998 U      Strombom, Steven S. (Hope), 4318 NE 39th Street, Vancouver, WA 98661
                                                                             (503-753-3148)
2006 U      Stukey, Marlyn L. (New Horizon Community), 1242 C. R. 3, Swanton, OH 43558
                                                                             (419-875-5307)
2002 PAS    Sweely, Wayne H. (Pioneer), (P.O. Box 205) 206 N. Wyandot Ave., Pioneer, OH
            43554                                                            (419-737-3083)
1993 RA     Taylor, Anna M. (Grover Hill), 1254 S. Shannon St., No. 202, Van Wert, OH
            45891                                                            (419-232-2072)
1961 U      Taylor, Charles R., 1079 Keeler St., Maumee, OH 43537               (419-893-
            9696)
2004 PAS    Thomas, A. Wayne (Greenville), 9575 Landman Mill Rd., Piqua, OH 45356
                                                                             (937-773-1568)
1988 U      Tipton, James L. (Mt. Sterling First), 68 E. Lincoln Ave., London, OH 43140
                                                                             (740-852-2175)
1980 CHP    Trim, Rodney L. (Hope Community ), 3341 Cromwell Rd., Oregon, OH 43616
                                                                             (419-697-0577)
2006 PAS    Tumbleson, Carol Kay (Countryside), P.O. Box J, Willshire, OH 45898
                                                                             (419-495-2840)
2009 PAS    Walker, William J. (Quest Community), 113 Ashbrook Drive, Bellefontaine, OH
            43311                                                             (937-292-7597)
1980 PAS    Warkentine, Bradley W. (Tipp City), 16 Navaho Ct., Tipp City, OH 45371
                                                                             (937-667-2937)
2004 PSV-FT Warkentine, Brett W. (Tipp City), 722 Kirkwood, Vandalia, OH 45377
                                                                             (937-264-8425)
1991 PAS    Whiteford, Paul A. (Marysville), 620 Mill Wood Blvd., Marysville, OH 43040
                                                                              (937-642-5496)




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2009 PAS       Williams, Brandon L. (Hope Community), 110 Springwood East, Oregon, OH
               43616                                                             (419-371-3198)
1995 PAS       Williams, James B., Jr. (Mount Blanchard), P. O. Box 368, Mount Blanchard,
               OH 45867                                                         (419-694-4435)
2001 U         Williams, Scott (Defiance), 215 E. High St., Defiance, OH 43512
                                                                                (419-438-1165)
2001 PAS       Wilson, Chad J. (Sidney), 13625 Ailes Rd., Anna, OH 45302        (937-394-2762)
1981 PAS       Witter, W. Daniel (Bethel Community), 4010 Tomahawk Dr., Medway, OH
               45341                                                            (937-879-7223)
1960 RA        Womacks, Clifford J. (Springfield High Street), 62 Cherry Ln., Springfield, OH
               45504                                                            (937-323-1502)
2006 PSV-PT    Yoder, Rose Ellen (Bowling Green), 332 N. Findlay Pike (Box 98), Portage, OH
               43451                                                           (419-686-1734)

                             K. ORDAINED DEACONS

2008 PSV-FT  Case, Victoria M. (Marysville), 130 N. Walnut St., Marysville, OH 43040
                                                                               (937-642-2277)
2008 PSV-FT Davis, Amy K. (Upper Valley),807 Boone St., Piqua, OH 45356 (419-230-9897)
2003 PSV-FT Griffin, Robert E. (St. Marys First), 412 E. Second St., Spencerville, OH 45887
                                                                               (419-647-4945)
1997 PSV-FT Johnstone, John Russell (Lima Community), 1236 Lakewood Ave., Lima, OH
             45805                                                             (419-222-1153)
1998 PSV-PT Lewis, Brenda E. (Wapakoneta), 17618 Moulton/Ft. Amanda Rd., Wapakoneta,
             OH 45895                                                          (419-657-6138)
2006 PSV-FT/ Sneed, Thomas Edward (Hope Community), 15 Springwood East, Oregon, OH
     SER     43616                                                             (419-698-1766)
2002 U       Stanifer, Twyla J. (Lima Community), 950 North Main Street, Findlay, OH
             45840                                                              (614-273-9204)
1999 U       Steele, Kenneth A. (Springfield High Street), 4420 McConkey Rd., South Vienna,
             OH 45369                                                          (937-828-1902)
2006 U       Waal, Tracy J. (Hope Community ), 800 Martinsburg Road, Box Y-3515, Mount
             Vernon, OH       43050                                            (419-367-8687)




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                                L. LICENSED MINISTERS
                                           Code
G – Graduated from course of study Date – Year granted license
Numerals indicate year in study   EC – Elder candidate
DC – Deacon candidate

2010 PSV-PT EC 2 Applegarth, Richard A. (Marysville), 99 Lynn Street, Richwood, OH
                 43342                                                   (740-262-0895)
2007 PSV-PT DC G Berlean, Melissa D. (Toledo Trinity), 2682 Algonquin Pkwy, Toledo,
                 OH 43606                                                (419-450-9106)
2008 PSV-PT EC G Case, Joseph (Marysville), 130 N. Walnut St., Marysville, OH 43040
                                                                         (937-642-2277)
2006 PSV-FT EC 4 Connell, Alex E. (Springfield High Street) 1625 E High Street,
                 Springfield, OH       45505                             (937-323-9686)
2010 U      EC 4 DeWeese, Stephen W. (Sidney First), 3300 Chief Tarkee Ct., Sidney,
                 OH 45365                                                       (937-638-
                 1635)
2008 STU    EC 4 Dusek, Craig Allan, (Marysville), 1257 Gettysburg Dr., Troy, OH 45373
                                                                         (937-408-2622)
2009 PAS    EC G Grimes, Ricky L. (Antwerp), 509 S. Erie St., Antwerp, OH 45813
                                                                         (419-258-2069)
2010 U      EC 2 Hartman, Eldon E. (Lima First), 1652 Lee Ann Dr., Lima, OH 45801
                                                                         (419-233-7041)
2008 PSV-FT EC G Heald, Joel R. (Bowling Green), 1608 Clough St., Apt. 3, Bowling
                 Green, OH 43402                                         (630-596-7253)
2008 U      EC 4 Holmgren, Edward, C. (Lima First), 326 West Main Street, Cridersville,
                                                    OH 45806             (419-645-5326)
2005 PSV-FT EC G Huckins, Michael R. (Lima Community), 3892 Neely Road, Elida, OH
                 45807                                                   (419-339-9735)
2003 PSV-FT EC G Knight, C. Ann (Findlay First), 720 1/2 Melrose Ave., Findlay, OH
                                                                 45840 (304-839-8860)
2003 U      EC 4 Knurek, Bryan J. (Marysville), P.O. Box 423, Milford, OH 43045
                                                                         (937-349-9562)
2000 PSV-PT EC 4 Kuehne, Susan E. (Sidney), 1978 Fair Oaks Drive, Sidney, OH
                 45365                                                  (937-726-6264)
2006 PSV-FT DC G Marks, Kimberly Joy (Troy First), 1535D Hawks Circle, Troy, OH
                 45373                                                  (937-499-4726)
2008 PSV-PT EC 2 McCord, Marianne (Bryan), 1106 Newdale Circle, Bryan, OH 43506
                                                                        (419-636-0516)
2009 PSV-PT EC G McQueary, Sharon (Hope Community), 5325 Seaman, Oregon, OH
                 43616                                                   (419-754-7729 )
2009 U      EC 2 McRill, Jamie S. (New Blanchard), 1480 Shore Dr. Apt. A, Findley, OH
                 45840                                                   (740-485-3260)
2007 PSV-PT EC 3 Mendenhall, Jr., James D. (Montpelier), 575 Lake Seneca Dr.,
                 Montpelier, OH 43543                                    (419-485-5122)




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2007 PSV-PT EC 4  Morrison, Phillip W. (Bryan), 726 Wesley Ave., Bryan, OH 43506
                                                                             (419-636-1903)
2006 PSV-FT EC G  Mullenhour, Melissa K. (St. Marys First), 876 Townview Terr., St.
                  Marys, OH 45885                                            (937-533-3951)
2008 U      EC 2  Myers, Andrew J. (Lima Community), % 5 Lost Nation Rd, Essex
                  Junction, VT 05452
2005 PSV-FT EC 3  Nelson, W. Vincent, (Lima Community) 2945 N. Cole St., Lima, OH
                                                                    45801 (419-223-9646)
2006 DA/EVR/ EC 4 Payne, Kristi L., (Marysville, Quest Community) 20875 Coleman
     PSV-PT       Brake Road, Milford Center, OH 43045                       (937-578-3224)
2009 PSV-FT EC 2  Porter, Cynthia D. (Lima Community) 110 Orchard Dr., Elida, OH
                                                                    45807 (419-339-1599)
2005 PSV-FT DC 4  Porter, Dorothea A. (Mount Sterling), 8840 London- Groveport Rd.,
                  Grove City, OH 43123                                      (740-877-0598)
2009 PSV-FT EC G  Porter, Jessica E. (Lima Community) 110 Orchard Dr., Elida, OH
                  45807                                                      (567-204-2199)
2007 PSV-FT EC G   Reed, Kevin G., (Marysville), Kevin G. Reed, 549 N. Main St.,
                   Marysville, OH 43040                                      (937-707-4238)
2006 STU EC 1      Robbins, Mary E. (Marysville), 118 Reed Street., Milford Center, OH
                   43045                                                     (937-243-7321)
2006 PSV-FT EC G   Schertz, Israel E. (Springfield High Street), 1422 Erica Dr., Springfield,
                   OH 45503                                                  (937-323-9686)
2010 U      DC 2   Smazenko, Betty S. (Paulding), 3405 Rd 192, Antwerp, OH 45813
                                                                             (419-258-6921)
2010 U      EC 2   Smazenko, Jessica L. (Paulding), 3405 Rd. 192, Antwerp, OH 45813
                                                                             (740-390-0454)
2010 PSV-FT EC 3   Stout, Jr., David M. (Mt. Sterling), 221 New Street, Mount Sterling, OH
                            43143                                            (740-412-4819)
2005 PSV-FT DC 3   Thurston, Timothy D. (Lima Community), 4350 Ridge Road, Elida,
                   OH 45807                                                  (419-642-3111)
2007 PSV-FT DC 4   Tobias, Vernon L. (Urbana), 4724 Cane Lane, Urbana, OH 43078
                                                                             (937-653-8856)
2008 PAS    EC 2   Wyatt, Stuart E. (Good Shepherd), 3720 Converse Roselm,
                  Ft. Jennings, OH 45844                                     (419-587-3128)


                               M. TENURED EVANGELISTS
Perdue, Nelson S., 1559 Grimes Ave., Urbana, OH 43078                        (937-652-3301)


                              N. COMMISSIONED EVANGELISTS
Nicholas, Claude G., 2831 Balsam Dr., Springfield, OH 45503                  (937-536-5757)
Flint, Robert E., 508 Surrey Ln., Marysville, OH 43040                          (937-644-
        9857)




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                              O. REGISTERED EVANGELISTS
Dodds, John E., 3790 Edgewater Dr., St. Marys, OH 45885                      (419-394-4646)
Imoden, Paul, 500 N. Laura St., Payne, OH 45880                              (419-263-5606)
James, Rick L. 1831 Hillside Ave., Springfield, OH 45503                     (937-206-1146)
Payne, Kristi L., 20875 Coleman Brake Road, Milford Center, OH 43045         (937-578-3224)
Perdue, Kenneth, 2571 State Route 245 East, Cable, OH 43009                  (937-465-8476)

                           P. EVANGELIST SERVICE RETIRED
Snyder, William G., 6585 Pied-Piper, Hillsboro, OH 45133                     (937-393-6591)

                          Q. REGISTERED SONG EVANGELISTS
James, Rick L., 1831 Hillside Ave., Springfield, OH 45503                    (937-206-1146)
Sneed, Thomas E., 15 Springwood East, Oregon, OH 43616                       (419-698-1766)


                             II. GENERAL INFORMATION

                    A. RECEIVED AND RECEIPTED ON TRANSFER

                                           Elders
     Richard T. Bowden from Southwestern Ohio, Jack L. Davis from North Central Ohio,
                           James L. Tipton from North Dakota.

                                    Licensed Ministers
          Ricky L. Grimes from South Carolina, Joel R. Heald from Chicago Central,
                             Jamie S. McRill from Central Ohio.

                      B. GRANTED TRANSFERS AND RECEIPTED
                                             Elders
L. Russell Fairbanks, Jr. to East Tennessee, Carlton Hamrick, Jr. to Wisconsin, David M. Kemp
to Alabama South, Gary L. Morgan to East Ohio, Paula S. Nartker to North Central Ohio.

                                    Licensed Ministers
                              Diana L. Mueller to Central Ohio.

                         C. ELECTED TO ELDER’S ORDERS
             David R. W. Dooley, Wilbur Alan Drummond, Brian Wesley Knight.

                             D. GRANTED MINISTER'S LICENSE
                                      Elder Candidates
     Richard A. Applegarth, Stephen W. DeWeese, Eldon E. Hartman, Betty S. Smazenko,
                          Jessica L. Smazenko, David M. Stout, Jr.




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                 E. GRANTED RENEWAL OF MINISTER'S LICENSE
                                       Elder Candidates
Joseph D. Case, Alex E. Connell, David W. Dooley, Wilbur A. Drummond, Craig A. Dusek,
Ricky L. Grimes, Joel R. Heald, Edward C. Holmgren, Michael R. Huckins, Brian W. Knight, C.
Ann Knight, Bryan J. Knurek, Susan E. Kuehne, Marianne McCord, Sharon E. McQueary, Jamie
S. McRill, James D. Mendenhall, Phillip W. Morrison, Melissa K. Mullenhour, Andrew J.
Myers, W. Vincent Nelson, Kristi L. Payne, Cynthia D. Porter, Jessica E. Porter, Kevin G. Reed,
Mary E. Robbins, Israel E. Schertz, Stuart E. Wyatt.

                                    Deacon Candidates
       Melissa D. Berlean, Kimberly J. Marks, Dorothea A. Porter, Timothy D. Thurston,
                                      Vernon L. Tobias.

         F. GRANTED RENEWAL OF MINISTER OF MUSIC COMMISSION
                            Robert E. Griffin

            G. GRANTED RESTORATION OF MINISTERIAL CREDENTIALS
                               David W. Holtz

                                     H. DECEASED ELDER
                       Dale T. Bass, Roger A. Kincaid, Orville L. Maish

                         I. GRANTED RETIRED RELATIONSHIP
                                      ELDER
                                  Winston J. Hatcliff

                              J. Minister’s License Not Renewed
Alvin L. Birt, Jeffrey A. Hunter, Justin P. Hill, Michael T. Remole, D. Dwayne Sayre.

                           K. MINISTER’S NAME CHANGE
            Melissa K. Browning shall further be known as Melissa K. Mullenhour.


                                   L. CHURCHES INACTIVE

                             Bridgeway, Toledo Faith, Van Wert


                              M. WHERE TO SEND MONEYS

World Evangelism Fund and Alabaster:
      Global Treasury Services, Church of the Nazarene, P.O. Box 843116
      Kansas City, MO 64184-3116
Pension Fund:
      N.W.O. District, 272 Jack Oak Rd., St. Marys, OH 45885
Mount Vernon Nazarene University Fund:




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       N.W.O. District, 272 Jack Oak Rd., St. Marys, OH 45885
District Unified Fund:
       N.W.O. District, 272 Jack Oak Rd., St. Marys, OH 45885

Sunday School and NYI dues, NMI dues and offerings except World Evangelism Fund and
Alabaster
      N.W.O. District, 272 Jack Oak Rd., St. Marys, OH 45885

Special Offerings such as Nazarene Theological Seminary, Nazarene Bible College,
American Bible Society, Work and Witness projects, World Mission Broadcast, etc.
       N.W.O. District, 272 Jack Oak Rd., St. Marys, OH 45885



                           III. Plan of Examination
                   A. MEMBERS OF MINISTERIAL STUDIES BOARD

Chairman – Roger E. Blough, 306 Townline Rd., Bryan, OH 43506-9307
                                        (E-mail: pastorroger@cityofbryan.net; 419-636-2568)
Secretary – Charles W. Meinecke, 3250 S. Rangeline Rd., West Milton, OH 45383-
       9652 (E-mail: wmnaz@verizon.net; 937-698-4620)

Advisors:
Roger E. Blough, 306 Townline Rd., Bryan, OH 43506
    (E-mail: pastorroger@cityofbryan.net; 419-636-2568)
Claire L. Blanchett, P. O. Box 141229, Columbus, OH 43214
   (E-mail: grace.nazarene@sbcglobal.net; 866-678-3868)
Winston J. Hatcliff, P.O. Box 189, Fayette, OH 43521
   (E-mail: hatcl@verizon.net; 419-237-2424)
Richard A. Ketterman, 4850 Flanders Rd., Toledo, OH 43623
   (E-mail: rick.ketterman@verizon.net; 419-843-3675)
Charles W. Meinecke, 3250 S. Rangeline Rd., West Milton, OH 45383-9652
 (E-mail: wmnaz@verizon.net; 937-698-4620)
Timothy Moebs, 415 Indian Road, Wauseon, OH 43567
   (E-mail: tsmoebs@embarqmail.com; 419-335-5403)
Kenneth G. Neighoff, 345 Washington Ave., Bellefontaine, OH 43311
   (E-mail: bookwo6808@embarqmail.com; 937-599-5653)
Harold E. Ratliff Jr., P.O. Box 37, Swanton, OH 43558
   (E-mail: swantonnaz@aol.com; 419-825-1230)
Mary Lou Riggle, 710 West Light Street, Urbana, OH 43078
   (E-mail: Marylou@riggle.com; 937-653-7988)
John E. Rumple, 1314 Cherry St., Montpelier, OH 43543
   (E-mail: pastorjr@midohio.twcbc.com; 419-485-8788)

Jonathon L. Spyker, 712 Woodridge Dr. Cridersville, OH 45806
   (Email: spyker@bright.net; 419- 645-4712)




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Gregory E. Stevens, P.O. Box 6, New Hampshire, OH 45870
  (E-mail: revgreg1960@aol.com; 419-568-2185)


                               B. INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS
                                        Eligibility

       The board serves only those persons who are properly enrolled. Enrollment is open only
to local licensed preachers, district licensed ministers, local licensed deacons, and district
licensed deacons. Such qualifications are listed in the 2009-2013 Manual and the Handbook for
Christian Ministries.
                                         Mode of Study
       The recommended mode of preparation for full-time Christian service is by attending a
Nazarene liberal arts college or university and, if possible, the Nazarene Theological Seminary.
Other modes are the Nazarene Bible College On-line, Northwest Nazarene University On-line, or
module and intensive courses taught on the district.
       All modes of study are under the immediate supervision of this district studies board.
       The modular course of study is in the Handbook for Christian Ministries, and can be
downloaded at www.nwonaz.org.

                                     Instruction for Enrollment
1.   The pastor of the enrollee shall send a letter of recommendation to the district superintendent,
     accompanied by the Ministerial Studies Board Enrollment Form completed and signed by the
     applicant and the pastor. A copy of the interview guidelines completed by the local pastor
     should accompany the letter of recommendation.
2.   A copy of the enrollment form is to be sent to the secretary of the Ministerial Studies Board.
3.   Upon approval by the district superintendent information will be forwarded to the secretary
     of the Ministerial Studies Board, and a letter of verification will be sent to the new enrollee.
4.   The District Ministerial Studies Board enrolls the candidate and gives guidance to the pastor
     and new enrollee relative to the ministerial course of study.
5.   Licensed local ministers attending one of the Nazarene institutions of higher education will
     be required to inform both the pastor of the local church and the District Ministerial Studies
     Board, of their status: (a) by providing transcripts of courses completed and (b) the current
     subjects being studied.
6.   Any change of address or status is the responsibility of the student and should be reported to
     the secretary of the Ministerial Studies Board.
7.   The local church is encouraged to provide each new enrollee with a copy of the Handbook
     for Christian Ministries, which can be downloaded at www.nwonaz.org.

                             Modular Course of Study Regulation
1. Each student is instructed to download a copy of the Handbook for Christian Ministries in
   order that he/she may become familiar with the details of the entire program. This can be
   downloaded at www.nwonaz.org.
2. Students not attending one of the Nazarene institutions of higher education should plan to
   attend modular course of study classes offered on the district. Each class is $70. Dates, class
   names, registration, and location information can be found at www.nwonaz.org.




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3. Due dates for all assignments for modular courses are as follows. Weekend modular
   intensive course assignments are due 3 months after the last day of class. Assignments for
   modular courses that are taught over a 10 to 13 week period are due two weeks after the last
   class. The deadline to receive credit for courses taken during the 2010-2011 church year is
   March 31, 2011.
4. Students must complete at least two modular courses a year.
5. Students have 10 years from the date of their first district minister’s license to complete the
   modular course of study.
6. Candidates should be prepared to appear for an interview as called upon by the Ministerial
   Studies Board at any time during the assembly year. All enrollees must attend the mandatory
   interview with the District Ministerial Studies Board on April 23, 2011.
7. All college transcripts are to be sent to the secretary of the Ministerial Studies Board at the
   end of each semester or trimester or quarter to allow for a continual evaluation of the full-
   time college student.
                                           Where to Go
1. For information or guidance, go first to your advisor, next, to either the secretary or chairman
   of the Ministerial Studies Board.
2. For the Handbook for Christian Ministries, go to www.nwonaz.org. For modular course
   study guides, and updates on the modular course of study visit the Website:
   www.nazarenepastor.org.
3. For District Minister License applications and church board recommendation to the District
   Assembly of District Minister License, contact the secretary of the Ministerial Credentials
   Board, the district secretary, or go to www.nwonaz.org.

                                        Vital Information
1. The Ministerial Studies Board can only go by information received from or credited by the
   college, university, seminary, or institutions attended or by grades received through the
   modular course of study. Therefore, it is important that an updated transcript of completed
   work in the college, university, seminary, or institution attended be sent each semester to the
   secretary of the Ministerial Studies Board.
2. Students who have not sent a transcript or completed two module courses during the year
   will be placed on probation. Students who have not sent a transcript or completed any work
   in the Modular Course of Study for a period of two years will be dropped from the
   Ministerial Studies program.
3. Current tracks of study include Elder, Elder-New Start, Elder-Chaplaincy, Elder-
   Compassionate Ministry, Deacon-Children’s Ministry, Deacon-Youth Ministry, and Deacon
   Music.
4. It is necessary that each student keep the secretary informed of change of address, change of
   email address, or status.



                                     IV. Daily Proceedings

      The Fifty-first Annual District Assembly of the Northwestern Ohio District Church of the
Nazarene was held June 8-9, 2010. The District Nazarene Youth International Convention was




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held May 1, 2010 and the Fifty-first Annual Nazarene Missions International Convention was
held June 7-8, 2010. These events were held at the Lighthouse Camp and Conference Center, St.
Marys, Ohio.

Tuesday Evening, June 8, 2010, 7:00 P.M.
        The Fifty-first District Assembly began at 7 P.M. on June 8, 2010. The Bowling Green
worship team led by Rev. Joel L. Nichols opened the service.
        District Superintendent Rev. Geoff Kunselman entered the tabernacle on a John Deere
tractor dressed in overalls to illustrate his theme: “Sow. . . You Never Know.” Rev. Kunselman
welcomed the congregation to the service. Following congregational singing, Rev. Geoff
Kunselman asked Rev. Brandon L. Williams to come to the platform and share about the
destruction suffered in the Toledo area by tornadoes that came through the area on the previous
Saturday. Rev. Brandon L. Williams then led the congregation in prayer. Following prayer and
a congregational song was led by Rev. Joel L. Nichols. Rev. Bret Layton shared his SDMI
Board Report. A plaque was given to Rev. Layton for his years of service as District
Chairperson.
        Rev. Geoff Kunselman introduced Dr. Eugenio R. Duarte to the congregation. Rev.
Kunselman then turned the platform over to Rev. Ronald Reynolds, Rev. Paul Jetter, and Rev.
Paul Whiteford so that they could interviewed Dr. Duarte. Rev. Reynolds opened the interview
by saying that the interview was meant to help the people of the Northwestern Ohio District get
to know the new General Superintendent.
        Following the interview, Rev. Joel L. Nichols sang a special song.
        Rev. Geoff Kunselman shared a message with the congregation. He referenced the
parable Jesus told of the Sower and the Seed, reminding the congregation that you never know
when the seed will fall on the good soil. He illustrated his theme: “Sow . . .You Never Know”
by sharing several illustrations from the Pastors’ Work and Witness trip to Honduras.
        Correlating with his message, Rev. Geoff Kunselman stated that an offering be taken to
assist with putting a roof on a church in Honduras.
        The Bowling Green Worship Team closed the service with a song.



Wednesday, June 9, 2009, 8:30 A.M.
        District Superintendent Rev. Geoff Kunselman opened the assembly with words of
welcome. Rev. Thom Snead led the congregation in worship.
   Dr. Eugenio R. Duarte greeted the assembly and preached an anointed message from Exodus
25:1-22.
        Dr. Eugenio R. Duarte called the business meeting to order and asked the district
secretary, Dr. Larry Hamilton to organize the assembly and to name his assistants. They were
named as follows: Statistical Secretary, Larry Fox; Recording Secretary, Jennifer Nichols; Pages,
David Dooley, Andrew Myers in the morning, and Israel Schertz and Joel Heald in the
afternoon; Office Assistants, Janice Hamilton and Kathy Phillips; Assembly Journal Committee,
Larry Fox, Sue Fox, Larry D. Hamilton and Jennifer Nichols. Board of Tellers chairperson,
Winston Hatcliff.
        The voting area was established as the three center sections, the sound booth and the
platform. Delegates were asked to move within the voting area. It was suggested that the times




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of the sessions and services be set as 8:30 to noon, 1:30 P.M. to adjournment and 7 P.M. until
adjournment.
        The Boards of Tellers were named. Board of Tellers No. 1: Sandi Witter, Barb Reindel,
Jackie Blough, Barbara Spyker, Sam Rhodes, Larry Leady, Ann Knight, Sharon Kelley, Sharon
Wann, Sharon McQueary, Gloria Johnson, Jan Riffle, Harry Street, Randi Painter, Barb Reed,
Cindy Chance, Paul England Judy, Young, and Becky Dusek.
        Board of Tellers No. 2: Bob Ferrell, Larry Sprague, Mary Hicks, Sharon Parrott, Dorothy
Rumple, David McRill, Ralph Ross, Jerry Rich, Lisa Stevens, Mary Rison, Karen Pollard,
Wendy Tumbleson, Dave Good, Lois Adams, Barb Smith, Matt Sertell, Kim Rollison, Wesley
Knight, Larry Dodds, Matt Sertell, and Jane Johnston.
        The special orders of the day are the report of the District Superintendent, Rev. Geoff
Kunselman, the ordination service to be held at 7:00 P.M., and the University report to be given
immediately on reconvening of the session following lunch. Motion and second to adopt these
orders.
        Dr. & Mrs. Shankel were greeted. Greetings were sent to former District
Superintendents: Dr. and Mrs. Carl B. Clendenen, Dr. M. V. Scutt as well as to Christine
Blankenship and Kathy Fairbanks. The motion was made, seconded, and passed.
        Dr. Duarte asked the secretary to certify the alternates. Motion and second to seat
alternates was made.
        Rev. Kunselman gave greetings to Dr. Daniel Martin, President of MVNU, Rev. Mike
Williams, MVNU Church Relations Director, and Dr. Harold Henderson, Nazarene Foundation.
He asked the Senior Pastors to introduce their new associates.
        Dr. Eugenio R. Duarte called for the Partial Report No. 1 & 2 of the Board of Ministerial
Credentials which was read and on motion adopted (see reports).
        Dr. Eugenio R. Duarte called for the Partial report No. 1 & 2 of the Nominating
Committee. The reports were read by Sue Fox. Dr. Duarte called for a motion to adopt, second,
and the motion was adopted.
        Dr. Eugenio R. Duarte spoke of the privilege of meeting and working with Rev. Geoff
Kunselman. He then called for Rev. Kunselman to present his report. Rev. Geoff Kunselman
shared some of the many positive things that had taken place on the district in the past year, as
well as the goals he has for the future of the NWO District. At the conclusion of the report the
assembly stood and applauded.
        Dr. Eugenio Duarte addresses the assembly following the report. He encouraged the
assembly to reflect on this report and try to meet the challenge of Rev. Geoff Kunselman.
        Rev. Geoff and Mona Kunselman presented Dr. Eugenio R. Duarte with gifts from
churches on the district.
        Dr. Eugenio Duarte called for the Distribution of Ballot #1. Board of Tellers’ No. 1 was
called and the ballot cast. The tellers were dismissed.
        Dr. Eugenio Duarte asked for the report of the Nazarene Foundation. A video was
shown. Rev. Harold Henderson then addressed the assembly.
        Dr. Duarte called for Report of the District Treasurer (see report) and the District
Auditing Committee (see report). The reports were read and adopted.
        Dr. Duarte asked the assembly to review the Report of the Finance Committee (see
report). There was a motion to adopt the report, a second, and the report was adopted.
        Dr. Eugenio Duarte introduced a video presentation highlighting the new structure for
giving to the World Evangelism fund.




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        General Assembly Resolutions were presented by Dr. Eugenio Duarte to the assembly.
Manual paragraph 6 was reviewed. The floor was opened for questions and comments, and then
the assembly voted on the revision. Dr. Duarte asked the assembly to review the revisions to
Manual paragraph 1. The assembly reviewed the paragraph, the floor was opened for discussion,
and the assembly voted on the revision. Article 10, paragraphs 13 and 14 were reviewed by the
assembly, the floor was opened for comments or questions, and then the revisions to the
paragraphs were voted on. Article 11 was reviewed. A question and a comment from the floor
were addressed by Dr. Duarte. The assembly voted on the revision. Paragraph 31.2 was
reviewed, the floor was opened for discussion, and the assembly voted on the revision.
        Following announcements from Rev. Geoff Kunselman and prayer by Rev. Mike Harper,
the assembly was dismissed for lunch at 12:09.


Wednesday Afternoon Session, 1:30 P.M.
        Dr. Eugenio R. Duarte introduced Dr. Daniel Martin, MVNU president. Dr. Martin
addressed the assembly. He included in his presentation a video highlighting some of the ways
MVNU students are changing the world through service organizations and projects.
        Rev. Geoff Kunselman presented idea of the NTS endowed Scholarship for NWO
students to the assembly.
        Dr. Duarte called for the report of the first ballot.
        Report of ballot one is as follows with the chair declaring the underlined elected:
District Advisory Board – Minister Term to Expire 2013, vote for two – Bret Layton 165,
Steve Spoon 102, Roger Blough 149, Timothy Smith 166. District Advisory Board –
Layperson Term to Expire 2013. Vote for two: Homer Smith 113, Kevin Young 136, Melvin
Miller 194, Tony McCord 112. Ministerial Credentials Board – Term to Expire 2014. Vote
for four: Bradley W. Warkentine 174, Paul Whiteford 195, Brandon L. Williams 150, John F.
Perkins 141, Wayne Thomas 92, Paul D. Baker 112, Daniel Witter 137, Richard Ketterman 134.
District Center Trustee – Minister. Term to expire 2014. Vote for one: Jeffrey Rollison 133,
Paul Whiteford 155. District Center Trustee – Layman Term to expire 2014. Vote for one:
Ronald Wentling 174, William Stukey 105. Mission Development Board – Minister. Term to
expire 2014. Vote for one: Steve Spoon 133, Brandon L. Williams 158. Mission Development
Board – Layman. Term to expire 2014. Vote for one: Brenda Vinson 111, Brain Harder 85,
Scott Steiner 86.
        Dr. Eugenio R. Duarte called for the Distribution of Ballot #2. Board of Tellers’ No. 2
was called and the ballot cast. The tellers were dismissed.
        Dr. Duarte instructed the assembly to review Partial Report #3, Credentials (see report).
The assembly voted to adopt the report by a show of hands. The report was adopted. The
assembly was then instructed by Dr. Duarte to review the Ministerial Studies Board report (see
report). The assembly voted by a show of hands. The report was adopted. The Report of the
District Advisory Board (see report) was reviewed, and adopted. The Mission Development
Board report (see report) was reviewed and adopted.
        A video from NPH was shown to the assembly.
   Rev. Geoff Kunselman distributed Evangelistic Honor Role awards to, Bradford, Bryan,
Findlay First, Good Shepherd, Indian Lake Northside, Leipsic, London, Marysville, Mount
Blanchard, New Carlisle, New Horizon Community, Sidney First, and Springfield First.




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    Rev. Geoff Kunselman presented Stewardship Honor Roll Awards to Bryan, Celina,
Countryside, Cridersville, Fayette, Findlay First, Fort Recovery, Greenville, Kenton, Leipsic,
Lima Community, London, Mt. Sterling, Napoleon, New Carlisle, Springfield First, St. Marys
First, St. Paris Community, Swanton, Tipp City, Toledo Trinity, Union City, Upper Valley
Community, West Milton.
    Rev. Geoff Kunselman presented Church Excellence Awards to Findlay First, Pastor Michael
L. McClurg, Good Shepherd, Pastor Stuart E. Wyatt, and Leipsic, Pastor Christopher K. Riffle.
        Rev. Kunselman presented The Second Commandment Award to Indian Lake, Pastors
Tim & Gloria Johnson for the distribution of food to those in need at their church. The Caleb
Award was presented to Pastor Tom Davis for his service at the Union City Church.
        Dr. Duarte called for the Camp Manager’s Report. Rev. John Dodds presented the report
to the assembly.
        Rev. Kunselman gave a preview of the 2010Camp Meeting which will be held July 25 to
August 1.
        Dr. Duarte called for the report of ballot number two. Report of ballot two is as follows
with the chair declaring the underlined elected: Ministerial Studies Board. Term to expire
2014. Vote for three: Scott A. Marsee 158, Ken Neighoff 149, Marylou Riggle 184, Chad
Wilson 125, Timothy Johnson 140, Louis Reindel 103. Church Properties Board – Minister
Term to expire 2014. Vote for one: Andrew Monnin 96, Ronald Reynolds 188 Church
Properties Board – Layperson. Term to expire 2014. Vote for one: Kevin Young 126, David
Frye 150. SDMI Chairperson. Term to expire 2011. Vote for one: Michael McClurg 184,
Paul D. Baker 102.
        Dr. Duarte called for Dr. Larry Hamilton to give the report of the voting on the General
Assembly Resolutions. Manual paragraph 31.2: Concur 277, Does Not Concur 0. Manual
paragraph 15: Concur 273, Does Not Concur 0. Manual paragraph 13: Concur 269, Does Not
Concur 0. Manual paragraph 6: Concur 274, Does Not Concur 0. Manual paragraph 1: Concur
266, Does Not Concur 2. A Majority Vote was needed.
        Rev. Kunselman introduced Marcus Duff, District NYI President. Marcus addressed the
assembly.
        Rev. Kunselman asked Roger Blough to share with the assembly about updates to the
District Web Site.
        Rev. Kunselman led a devotional and asked that Dr. Duarte to lead in a special prayer for
the pastors of the District.
        Dr. Duarte moved to adjourn the assembly following the ordination service this evening.
Dr. Duarte gave a special thank you to Dr. Larry Hamilton for all his work for the assembly.
        Announcements were given. Rev. Kunselman thanked Dr. Duarte, Rev. Larry and Sue
Fox and Rev. John Dodds for their work. The assembly recessed at 3:38 until the evening
ordination service at 7 P.M.

Wednesday Evening 7 P.M.
       The service of ordination began with Rev. Kunselman welcoming the congregation and
congregational singing of “How Firm a Foundation” led by Rev. Paul D. Baker.
       Rev. Brad Warkentine led in prayer.
       An offering was received received for the Northwestern Ohio District Nazarene
Theological Seminary Endowed Scholarship.




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        Dr. and Mrs. Winston Hatcliff were presented to the congregation by Rev. Kunselman in
recognition of their Retirement. They were honored with a plague presented by Dr. Duarte on
his Retirement.
        The Newly Licensed Ministers were presented by Rev. Kunselman. A word was spoken
of Aaron Griffith who was to receive his first license, but had passed away unexpectedly in the
past month. The newly licensed ministers were presented with their license by Dr. Winston
Hatcliff: Richard A. Applegarth, Stephen W. DeWeese, Eldon E. Hartman, Betty S. Smazenko,
Jessica L. Smazenko, David M. Stout, Jr. Rev. Kunselman commissioned them and their
ministry.
        This was followed by the Processional of Ordinands: “Holiness Unto the Lord.”
        Dr. Larry Hamilton presented the ordinands to Dr. Eugenio R. Duarte: David R. W.
Dooley, Wilbur Alan Drummond and Brian Wesley Knight.
         Dr. Eugenio R. Duarte received the ordinands. He then proceeded to examine the
ordinands.
        Rev. Donald P. Leonard read the Manual paragraphs 401.1-5.
        The Ministers’ Choir sang “You Are My Life.”
        Rev. Roger Blough read I Peter 5:1-11.
        Rev. Paul and Denise Baker sang: “It’s My Desire.”
        General Superintendent Dr. Eugenio R. Duarte shared a message from Isaiah 6
concerning Elijah responding to “Here I am! Send me.” During the Ritual of Ordination:
David R. W. Dooley, Wilbur Alan Drummond and Brian Wesley Knight were ordained as
Elders. Dr. Duarte asked the ordinands to come forward and he gave the ordinands the charge
of ordination. A special person in each life prayed for the ordinand. The certificates of
ordination were then presented.
        Mike Williams from MVNU presented the ordinands with a gift from the University.
        Dr. Duarte presented the new elders to the congregation. Rev. Kunselman gave
instructions for the reception to follow the service. He then delivered the benediction.
        The service closed with the recessional of “The Church’s One Foundation.”
        The 2010 District Assembly stood adjourned.
A reception was held for the ordinands in the Lighthouse Camp and Conference Center activity
center.
             DR. EUGENIO R. DUARTE
             REV. GEOFF KUNSELMAN
             DR. LARRY D. HAMILTON
             JENNIFER NICHOLS




                                       V. REPORTS

                                  A. DISTRICT OFFICERS

                                 1.   DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT

Dear Friends,




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Time is marked by official means: seconds, minutes, months, years, decades, centuries, and the
like. Time, too, is marked by experiences, encounters, and events. Three hundred sixty-five
days have come and gone since our last assemblage. More so life- life with it’s’ surprises, its’
ecstasies, its’ heartbreaks, its’ moments that are now forever memories- has happened since we
last gathered.

From our last district assembly we trekked to Orlando for the twenty-seventh General Assembly
of our beloved denominational family. Few events of these quadrennial gatherings can be placed
on the same page as the election of Dr. Eugenio Duarte as the thirty-seventh General
Superintendent of the Church of the Nazarene. Welcome, Dr. Duarte, to Northwestern Ohio!
Please know of our prayers and support for you and your family.

On the district front July brought Family Camp Meeting. Our pastors and worship leaders did
outstandingly well. I am told more teens were present for youth night than ever before, and the
closing night attendance was the highest in many years. Throughout the year the NWO family
was diligently raising up yet another generation of champions for Christ. NYI filled the calendar
with spiritual and social events for the purpose of evangelizing and discipling teenagers.
Children’s Ministries offered camps, quizzing, and talent events nurturing the hearts and minds
of children toward the One who loves them most. Through NMI initiatives the dynamic world
evangelism enterprise of the Church of the Nazarene was supported by prayer, giving, and
personal involvement. Work and Witness teams from NWO, of which I am aware, traveled to
Peru, Honduras, Jamaica, Haiti, and the Ukraine.

It would be impossible to describe the magnitude of what has happened in and through our local
churches this year. Hundreds of people, young and old, came to know Jesus Christ as their
personal Savior this year here in northwestern Ohio. Others came to a place of full surrender and
in such found a freedom they had never known before. People were healed. Marriages and
families were restored. The hungry were fed, the imprisoned were visited, the naked were
clothed, the poor were welcomed and valued among us. There was deliverance from every sort
of sin and addiction.

God is worthy of much praise for what He is doing through His people. I hope you will read
every pastor’s report. Together these accounts read like a continuation of the early church and
Luke’s reflection that “great grace was upon them all.” Thanks be to God!

On a personal note, thirteen months after accepting this assignment trucks showed up in South
Carolina, and moved our stuff, including one surprised and surprising big black snake, to our
new abode. Thank you to everyone who blessed and assisted our family during this transitional
time in our lives. Thank you especially to Larry Hammond who was sensitive to our situation
and made available very accommodating temporary housing, and served as chair of the
parsonage renovation committee. Thank you to the District Advisory Board for so generously
making possible a complete renovation of the district parsonage. Thanks to Dodds Custom
Homes for their work in taking a house with many issues and making it into a solid, healthy,
comfortable, attractive home. In the words of Scripture, “Old things passed away, and all (most)
things became new.” After living in our own homes for twenty years I never imagined that we




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would be living in a parsonage again, and certainly not one at the front of a Nazarene
campground. However, so far it is working out quite well. Rush hour traffic is usually
moderate, I have my own short-iron driving range, and John Dodds shoots more squirrels than I
can eat.

My first few months here were spent getting acclimated to northwestern Ohio, becoming
acquainted with our pastors, and adjusting from twenty-five years of pastoring to this apparatus
referenced as “the superintendency.”

After I had been in this position a few months a friend called and asked, “What do you miss
most?” I answered, “Lay people.” This past year going from church to church to church Mona
and I have been getting acquainted with our churches in worship and the thousands of Nazarene
laity who comprise our fellowship.

Along the way there have been some memorable moments. One Sunday morning I had arrived
early, and made my way to a seat about three rows from the front. As the worship hour neared a
good-sized congregation began making their way to the sanctuary and their favorite seats. While
I was conversing with some friendly people behind me a lady came to the end of my row, looked
at me and asked, “Who are you?” It hit me funny. I smiled, stood, and said, “I’m Geoff
Kunselman.” “Geoff Kunselman”, she repeated slowly, “Geoff Kunselman…. you aren’t one of
our city council members, are you?” I assured her I was not, and with such I was warmly
welcomed.

However, I will admit that I am still finding my way, and sometimes my confidence is more than
it should be. On the last Sunday of the church year, certain that I could find my way to Mount
Blanchard without a map or GPS, I met a courteous and helpful highway patrolman. Realizing
my lost state, he provided me with a map and the address of his favorite charity. That’s one. At
present I am within a few weeks of being in every church for a Sunday morning service.

After eighteen months of going from place to place, and church to church, my brilliant bottom-
line deduction is this: we… are… different. You might not think so about good ol’ homogenous,
look-a-like, sound-a-like northwestern Ohio. But it’s true. Maybe we take it from our
geography. You probably know that Ohio’s highest point is on our district: Campbell Hill in
Bellefontaine. At the same time we are home to Ohio’s flattest county – Paulding. We are
different.

The variance among our churches is distinct. Allow me to illustrate. For twenty-five years I
never gave much thought as to what to wear to church on Sundays. I always knew. But now I
never know. Is it a suit or sport coat? Tie or no tie? Jacket or sweater? Sweater or vest? Dress
pants or Dockers? Dockers or blue jeans? Nice jeans or ones with holes? And if they ask me to
play in the band do I wear shoes or not? The whole matter is very stressful. I have gained
appreciation for what women have gone through for years in wondering what they should wear
to church. And that’s just the start.

We are different. It’s not like it used to be. Does anybody remember when Nazarenes, and
Nazarene churches were much alike? Piano on the left, organ on the right, brown tile in the




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basement. Choirs wore robes, there was just one “song leader”, and there was always a “special”
song (some more special than others) right before the message? We came back on Sunday
nights, and year in and year out we had prayer meeting and Caravan on Wednesday nights. We
sang the same songs from the same hymnal and always had two revivals a year. On the bulletin
board hung the Prayer and Fasting list next to the Missionary Reading Book chart so that
commitment could be easily evaluated.

Now being an eyewitness I can tell you first-hand: it’s not like that anymore. From Sunday to
Sunday I never know what to expect. Our worship services are so different from one another
that few would ever guess that we are in the same tribe. Some sing only from the hymnal, some
don’t sing anything in the hymnal. Some have Sunday School, some have small groups, home
groups, recovery groups, or support groups. Some have Sunday evening services, some don’t.
Some have revivals, some don’t. Some downplay denominational affiliation, some play it up (at
least on the days I am there.) Mother Goose was spot-on: “Some like it hot, some like it cold,
some like it in the pot nine days old.”

However, my observation is that we are desirous of many of the same things, and we do believe
the same things. Furthermore, while we are different from one another we want to belong to one
another, and for the most part we value our common interests. So while we are different from
one another, yet united in the things that matter most, we are also bound to one another by
geographical parameters. Our common mission field is simply described as northwestern Ohio:
twenty-two counties, with a population of approximately 1.7 million people. While northwestern
Ohio is religiously diverse, especially among Christian churches, the best information available
tells us that somewhere near one million of our neighbors have no present active church
affiliation. To say the least we still have a mission to fulfill our Master’s mandate.

Last year I outlined several matters about which I would feel very good if they occurred in the
next five years. Let’s review each of these in light of this year’s activity.

1. I would feel good if after five years 75 percent of our churches had grown in worship
attendance. This year 26 of our churches and church-type missions report an increase in Primary
Worship attendance, 4 report the same, and 31 report a decline. As a district we averaged 9292
in primary worship attendance, a decrease of 135. On the plus side weekly Sunday School and
Small Group attendance increased by 231 to 6520.

Of significant note, Upper Valley Community surpassed the 500 mark in average weekly
worship attendance. Those with double digit increases include: Upper Valley Community,
Pastor Paul Jetter (+47), Hope Community, Pastor Brandon L. Williams (+44), Quest
Community, Pastor Bill Walker (+33) Leipsic, Pastor Chris Riffle (+22), Findlay First, Pastor
Mike McClurg (+21), Spencerville, Pastor Tom Shobe (+15), Defiance Pastor Don Leonard
(+13), Swanton, Pastor Harold Ratliff (+12), and Tipp City, Pastor Brad Warkentine (+12).
Congratulations!

2. I would feel very good if in five years Northwestern Ohio had five more fully-organized
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ten more off-site venues or preaching points, resulting in twenty new locations of Nazarene
presence and congregational life.

In this matter we celebrate the development of two of our church-type missions that made
significant progress toward becoming fully-organized. Quest Community, with Pastor Bill
Walker, purchased a restaurant south of Bellefontaine, remodeled it, and in January started
holding services there. For the year Quest averaged 92 in worship attendance. Quest is a shining
example of what we desire in the planting of new churches, and an excellent return on the
investment local churches make by supporting the district unified budget. Quest will be fully
self-supporting in September.

Upon leaving last year’s assembly our Toledo-area pastors took seriously my challenge to plant
many new churches, especially in their city. Andy and Barb Lauer had come to Toledo in March
of 2008. While they had made many contacts, gathering a core group had proven to be a
challenge. So, this year our Toledo area pastors, namely Rick Ketterman, Brandon L. Williams,
and Steve Salyers, started talking to their churches about supporting this new work. Today there
are persons from each of these congregations, including several from Trinity, who have banded
together to form the nucleus of our Emmaus Road Church. A re-launch of Emmaus Road
occurred on Easter Sunday morning with 41 in attendance. Good.

Pray for Toledo, and our churches there. One out of every six persons within the boundaries of
our district lives in Toledo. One out of every forty-two Nazarenes in northwestern Ohio attends a
Toledo church.

On another front Lima Community launched its first off-site venue in east Lima that is being lead
by Tim Thurston. Excellent.

3. I would feel very good, very good, if in five years every church had ongoing evangelistic
children and youth outreach ministries.

One example of such would be Upward Sports Ministries. Allow me to highlight our churches
with Upward programs of which I am aware: Bowling Green (Pastor Joel L. Nichols), Bryan
(Pastor Roger Blough), Findlay (Pastor Mike McClurg), Mount Sterling (Pastor Ron Reynolds),
and Napoleon (Pastor David Lutz). Hundreds of children were involved in this ministry in these
churches this year. Because of the clear focus of Upward in regard to evangelism these children
and their parents heard the gospel of Christ week after week, many of them for the first time.
Seeds were sown, watered, and in some places, harvested.

On the screen you will see “my” Upward Team just a few months before coming here. As
players were being divvied up I said to our church’s recreational director: “I don’t want a bunch
of church kids.” He took me seriously. Only one of these boys was from our church, only one
attended any other church, and only one had his father living in the home. But week after week
friendships were made, and the gospel was clearly presented. On the week I left Columbia, the
one dad I referenced, came to me. He had started bringing his family to our church. He said,
“You’re rockin’ my world, pastor. But thank you, thank you so much, for what you have done
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On other fronts some of our churches are involved in mentoring and tutoring ministries. Several
of our smaller and medium sized churches are effectively utilizing Sunday evenings or
Wednesday evenings for intentional outreach to children. For example Fort Recovery (Pastor
Dennis Kelly) has had notable growth in their youth group.

I recognize that many of us do not have facilities or staff to operate large ministries, but each of
us, God helping us, can do, and must do something to bring children and youth into the fold of
the church and into a personal saving relationship with Jesus Christ. Sow…you never know.

4. I would feel very good if during the next five years the Northwestern Ohio district became
more colorful and multicultural.

I know that our populace is largely Caucasian. However, there are 100,000 African-Americans
living in our district, and while relatively small, I am learning of pockets of Hispanic
communities. I don’t want us to forget about this matter. It is much on my mind. I rejoice each
time I meet persons of various races and/or ethnicities in our churches. I repeat what I said last
year based on personal experience, “Love, respect, warmth, and acceptance are appealing to
every person regardless of ethnicity.”

5. I would feel very good if during the next five years pronounced concern for and compassion
for the needy of our world were woven into the fabric of every local church’s mission and into
every district ministry.

It has been most heartwarming for me to learn of the considerable good that is being done in this
regard through our local churches. Allow me to mention a couple: Lima First Church with
Pastor John F. Perkins has been holding a once a month free lunch for persons in their
community along with an annual free garage sale. This past Christmas they held a dinner for
their community. To their amazement and glee, some 272 persons showed up.

While several of our churches participate in low cost grocery programs, Indian Lake Northside,
and Pastor Tim Johnson, provide groceries purchased from the generosity of the church’s people
for thirty to forty families every week for free. That is so generous!!

Tipp City with Pastor Brad Warkentine continues to be a church with a big heart, including the
sending of four hundred Crisis Care Kits this year. Our churches were extremely generous in
regard to Haitian earthquake relief. Read the pastors’ reports and you will see that Northwestern
Ohio Nazarenes, like Jesus “went about doing good.”

6. I would feel very good if over the next five years we baptized 3,000 persons and received
3,000 new Nazarenes.

We have not been in the habit of counting baptisms until this year, so I have no idea how we
have done in the past. This year 293 believers were baptized in Nazarene churches in
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We received 276 new Nazarenes into the fellowship and ministry of our churches. This is low for
our district; however, many of our churches had notable increases. Allow me to acknowledge the
following pastors and churches with double digit figures of new Nazarenes received: Findlay
First, Pastor Mike McClurg (30), Springfield High Street, Pastor Bret Layton (25), Marysville,
Pastor Paul Whiteford (22), Springfield First, Pastor Keith Sarver (20), Hope Community, Pastor
Brandon L. Williams (15), Sidney, Pastor Chad Wilson (14), Spencerville, Pastor Tom Shobe
(14), New Horizon Community, Pastor Dave Rison (13), London (10). I urge every pastor to
make church membership a significant and purposeful step in the discipleship process.

Let’s look at our financial stewardship:

In regard to denominational allocations we exceeded 100% of our World Evangelism Fund goal
for the twenty-seventh consecutive year! This is even more remarkable in that this year there
was no “over-assignment” of this budget. The WEF allocation for New Carlisle (Pastor David
Perry) was $4800; they gave $9300. That’s almost 200%! Springfield First (Pastor Keith Sarver)
overpaid their WEF by $16,000+!

Pensions and Benefits payment was 90.59%, MVNU was 80%, and the District Unified was
84.5% (actually that figure is closer to 90% considering the amount reduced due to “early bird”
payments.) Especially given the present economic realities I am proud of our churches and
church boards, our pastors, and our NMI leaders. Well done!!

On the matter of funding for our campground you will note in the Finance Committee Report
that the asking amount from the Unified Budget for the campground is $157,000. This is
$57,000 less than last year, and $97,000 less than just two years ago. In that I don’t want to steal
our camp manager’s thunder allow me just to mention there have been many significant
improvements on the grounds this year. (If my district superintendent were to state that the camp
asking budget had been reduced by nearly $100,000 in two years, that the debt is now under
$100,000, while notable improvements are being made, and that the camp treasury had not been
diminished at all, I think I would applaud.) We appreciate the labor and devotion of John Dodds,
Mark Dodds, and Aaron Dodds.

We celebrate each victory, and esteem the eternal significance of each life the aforementioned
statistics represent. At the same time these numbers point up that we have considerable potential
for improvement.

While you and I are still getting to know one other allow me to take this opportunity to share
some of what comprises this psyche of mine. Seventh grade didn’t start particularly well for me.
During my sixth grade year our family had moved. In that new place seventh grade meant
moving up to the junior high school. During the summer I had heard that Sam Mitchell, a rising
eighth grader, didn’t like the new kid in town, and had announced he was going to beat me up
the first day of school. Sam was lanky, tough, and already had a mustache. I had never been in a
real fight before. That dreaded first day of school came, and sure enough while I was in between
buildings Sam and a posse came after me. I knew I was soon to be black, blue, and bloody.
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eighth grader, and catcher on my baseball team, stepped in and saved my life. I have been partial
to people whose names end in “s-k-i” ever since.

Then there was music class. Most of us were first-year seventh graders, and our teacher was in
her first year of teaching any grade. Such was not proving to be an orderly arrangement. The
principal stepped into the room one day and barked, “Heads down on your desks! Nobody say
another word.” I whispered something to the girl next to me. For having thick glasses Mr.
Pecuch had very good ears. The next thing I knew I was bent over the teacher’s desk while he
made a lesson application. My parents were old school. They had put their offspring on notice,
“If you ever get spanked in school, you will get another one when you get home.” Now I was
more frightened of my future than I was pained by my past.

Then at the end of the first nine-week grading period I took home a grade in Physical Science
that had only showed up before in penmanship. Having heard that forgery was a federal offense,
I nonchalantly laid down the report card and requested a signature. Thinking she needed to
actually read the card before signing it my dear, sweet, loving mother then looked at me and
said, “I don’t ever want to see that grade again.” I protested, “But it’s average, lots of kids get
that. There’s nothing wrong with that.” Unimpressed by my high-powered defense she repeated,
“I don’t ever want to see that grade again”, and then added, “You can do better.”

Many of us have had a similar experience somewhere in life. A parent, a spouse, a coach, a
teacher, an employer, somebody looked at us, and said, “You can do better.”

I know that there are many areas in my life where I’m just average, and in many others in which
I just wish I were that good. But in the big things I don’t want to be average. I don’t want to be
an average American Christian, an average husband, an average dad, an average pastor, leading
an average church. And now, the truth be told, I don’t want to lead an average district with
average results.

Maybe I need to move away form the word “average.” By definition it’s comparative or
competitive, and that’s really not me (and I have the “Strengthsfinders test” to prove it), nor what
I wish to portray. But you know what I mean when I say “average.” Mediocre. Not too bad, not
too good. So-so. My aim for us as a district, and what I desire each of our churches to be is:
first-class, top drawer, in dogged pursuit of excellence. In his book Our Goal is Excellence Dr.
C. William Fisher, the pronounced Nazarene author, wrote of such in terms of a certain style of
life, a manner of living, a bigness of spirit, a frame of reference, a set of priorities, a hierarchy of
values, and an admirable self-imposed standard.

Our goal is excellence. It’s my aim for every church on this district. I’m talking about the full
gamut: our facilities, our worship services, our ministries. To be and do so will stretch us. It will
require effort. Some of it may take a little money, some of it will mean doing things differently.
But it all begins by setting high the bar, necessitating initiative and focus to propel us from
ordinary (or worse) to excellence.

The same goes for who we are and what we do as a district: It goes for this campground. Come
back to camp meeting, and we’ll talk more about this. The same for every aspect of our district




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program- NYI, NMI, SDMI, Children’s Ministries, Ministerial Preparation, New Starts: the
whole ball of wax.

We can do better. Say it to yourself: “We can do better.” Say it to your church leadership: “We
can do better.” Say it for your church: “We can do better.” Say it for our district: “We can do
better.”

While going through this change of life I have been asking myself, “What is a district
superintendent to do?” More specifically, “What is the paradigm through which I ought to
function in this position?”

One would be ceremoniously. Drive around like a head of state, pontificate perpetually,
manufacture an aura of mystery and majesty (at least in my own mind), bring greetings at church
anniversary potlucks. What a life it could be!

Another approach is clerically. There is so much paperwork in a district office: reports, forms,
letters, permission slips. How’s the paperwork in your new assignment, Dr. Duarte?

Reactively is a third option. Many days I wouldn’t have to plan. Just show up. Before long
there will be problems, questions, difficulties, conflicts, complaints, or needs. These are usually
serious matters that I take seriously. Truly, this matter alongside the required tasks of this
position could make for a full-time job. But should it be?

Numbers two and three are important and necessitate tremendous time and energy demands. We
are so blessed to have Larry Fox, Sue Fox, and Kathy Phillips handling the bulk of
administrative matters that everyday pour into the district office. They are very good people
doing very good work! They are a gift to this district and especially to me.

However, it is my intention to pursue this assignment strategically. Such implies objectives,
desires, outcomes. To do so I believe I (we) must give priority to the following:

1. Pastoral Enlistment and Placement
The median tenure for a pastorate now in the Church of the Nazarene is four years, five months.
That is longer than it used to be. However, Northwestern Ohio District must be near the top of
the list in regard to long-term pastorates. Such is noteworthy enough to share with you that we
have nineteen pastors who by the end of 2010 will have been in their present assignment for at
least ten years, many of them longer. Allow me to call them out: Ken Neighoff, Bellefontaine
(16), Dan Witter, Bethel Community (22), Larry Hamilton, Celina (10), Jon Spyker, Cridersville
(20), Don Leonard, Defiance (13), Winston Hatcliff, Fayette (26), Jon Hoagland, Grover Hill
(10), Bob Knapp, Hicksville (27), Paul Whiteford, Marysville (19), John E. Rumple, Montpelier
(12), Jim Williams, Mount Blanchard (10), Ron Reynolds, Mount Sterling (12), Dave Lutz,
Napoleon (19), New Horizon, Dave Rison (12), Mike Harper, Payne (13), Claire Blanchett,
Springfield Central/Grace (10), Harold Ratliff, Swanton (10), Brad Warkentine, Tipp City (16),
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When I was a young pastor a superintendent called me about a certain church. That was way
back in the day when I thought if a superintendent called I needed to check it out. Besides, in
this case, I had never been to New York. Arrangements were made. It was a beautiful day for
flying: a blue sky with the green of Ohio and Pennsylvania below. Suddenly there it was – the
BIG Apple. To quote Gomer Pyle, “Shazam!” Dr. Dallas Mucci met me there at LaGuardia. He
was so gracious, took me to his office, and then to dinner at a little Italian restaurant, and on out
to Long Island. I must have expressed my gratitude for his courtesy and time once too often
because he said to me, “Geoff, you don’t need to thank me. This is what I do. I have learned
that if we get the right pastor in the right church ninety percent of everything else takes care of
itself.”

Occasionally a church comes open in northwestern Ohio. We receive many resumes from
pastors near and far interested in moving to our district. It would not be hard to “fill holes.” But
I am not interested in simply filling churches, or just moving pastors around. I want the right
pastor at the right church at the right time, and am committed to doing everything I can with our
Lord’s help and direction to make that happen.

This is not as easy as it sounds. Some years ago a friend of mine told me of a pastor who wanted
to move to a certain church. The would-be pastor had said, “I can give them what they want.”
When told that I asked, “But can he give them what they need?” Just because “all is quiet on the
western front” doesn’t automatically signify that the church is doing well. I am learning that
churches can slowly but steadily move toward their own demise with hardly a whimper.

At the other extreme are would-be pastors who are sure they can provide needed direction.
However, their approach to leadership is more like the proverbial bull in the china shop that only
leaves a mess, sometimes requiring years of effort by others to put things back in order.

So what am I looking for in pastors? Number one, far and above everything else, is Christian
character. Scripture is clear about the kind of persons who should be entrusted with pastoral
responsibility and leadership. Nothing trumps character: not personality, not education, not
native abilities. We want pastors who are sincere in their pursuit of holiness of heart and life.
We want pastors who “walk circumspectly” and refrain from the “very appearance of evil.” We
want pastors who live in such a way that “even outsiders have nothing to say against them.”
However, we are not looking for pastors who are merely absent of evil. We desire pastors whose
hearts are filled with the love and grace of God, pastors who are living close to the Lord, pastors
whose hearts brim with passion for Christ, and for the lost.

That being the footer, the foundation is pastors who are Nazarene in doctrine and polity, and are
active players on the district and denominational team. If you are a Nazarene, be a Nazarene.
Amen!

Built on these then is one more matter: effectiveness. Gender, age, district tenure, or Nazarene
bloodlines are not primary factors. The rightful questions are, “What have been the evidences of
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2. Pastoral education and training
Several months ago a long-recognized leader and insightful student of the Church of the
Nazarene said to me, “Geoff, now more than ever US Nazarene DS’s must give themselves to
training pastors.” Hence, at present we are re-examining our own training program here on the
district for those enrolled in the course of study. We want to know that these persons have
received a quality education with a preparedness to lead healthy, growing, soul-winning,
disciple-making churches.

Second is the continued development and enhancement of our pastors. In his signature work,
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Steven Covey describes and details Habit Seven as
Sharpen the Saw. Just recently I heard Bill Gates describe his long-standing pattern of “think
days” and “think weeks.”

Beginning this September will be bi-monthly one-day gatherings for pastors. These will be well-
organized, pertinent, and insightful events addressing vital matters to effective pastoral ministry
and church health. Some of the presenters will be pastors on our district, some will be off
district, some will be via various technologies, some will be from yours truly. There will be
settings for group discussions especially related to various church situations and sizes. These
will be encouraging, inspirational, relational, and spiritual occasions for every pastor.

3. Proficient evaluation of our churches with an eye toward action.
In conducting church/pastor reviews I am finding without exception that church boards and
pastors grade their churches and their leadership lowest in the areas of goals, plans, and
strategies. Some seem stuck with knowing where to go next.

My aim is to provide resources including a well-trained team of pastors and laypersons who can
help our churches identify their God-given mission, formulate meaningful, measurable
objectives, linked with plans and strategies to accomplish such resultant in action.

4. Plant churches with entrepreneurial leaders while at the same time partnering with
existing churches to new support new church plants and initiate ministry foci aimed at
unreached people groups.
We need to scour for and pray in men and women who can and will start churches from near-
scratch. Some of these will be licensed or ordained. Some of these will be lay persons. (We do
believe in the priesthood of all believers, don’t we? Yes! Do we always need a pastor to start a
new church? No!) We need pastors and lay leaders who will arrange their schedule so that they
can serve where they are, and yet drive ten or fifteen miles to foster a new ministry, venue, or
church. We need to be creative. Many of these very small communities I drive through each
week seem to be off limits in our minds because they are small and couldn’t support a full-
fledged church. But think with me if somehow we created satellite arrangements where they
could be linked to a strong Nazarene church in a nearby community. Come on, brothers and
sisters, dream with me, think with me, pray with me. Let’s get our minds out of the boxes of the
past and the status quo.

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Pastors and office secretaries should not be saddled with serving as the primary communicative
network between district ministries and district laity. Fortunately technology: e-mail, the
internet, Facebook, and the like make it possible for us now to communicate directly and
immediately with large numbers of persons. This has tremendous implications for good in many
ways.

6. Provide equipping in key areas for lay leaders and workers.
The greatest potential for exponentially expanded ministry in northwestern Ohio is in and
through the laity. I am a big, huge believer in the potential of rightly positioned, empowered,
informed, encouraged lay persons.

At the same time many laypersons feel in need of training in certain ministry capacities. In no
way do I wish to circumvent the place of the pastor(s) in equipping the saints for ministry in the
local church. My desire is to enhance such by resourcing lay persons for effectiveness. Some of
this can be done on a district level where there can be larger audiences, with more opportunities
and resources to bring in effective trainers. Did I mention I am a big, huge believer in lay
persons and their roles in ministry?

7. Enlighten our people of the dynamic and expanded possibilities of planned giving.
Here’s something I know: much of what needs to be done on every level requires funding.
Here’s something I believe: Most committed Nazarenes want to be wise Kingdom stewards. We
don’t want to bury our silver and gold in the dirt. We want to invest in matters of eternal
significance. But often we just don’t know what to do. I urge you to listen, think, ponder, and
even pray for God’s wisdom regarding the information that is shared by the Nazarene
Foundation today. There are new opportunities that are “win” the whole way around (If you
think this is just about wills and estates you need to listen again.)

 8. Pray expectantly. Pray earnestly. Hebrews 11:6 tells us that, “Without faith it is impossible
to please God, because anyone who comes to Him must believe he exists and that He rewards
those who earnestly seek Him.”

Sometimes in ministry it seems like we are perpetually called upon to feed the 5000 and all we
have are a couple of fish and a few small loaves. But the good news is that Jesus Christ is the
same. The One who calls us will is with us. We need to be careful of how we speak: “What are
they among so many?” I am learning all over again how I need the Lord, and how He meets our
needs, especially when it draws people to Himself. It would almost be embarrassing if I had to
report today how many times I have prayed this past year and a half, “Lord, you’re going to have
to help (me) us.” And He has. And He does. And He will.

Allow me to conclude. On the day before President Kennedy was assassinated he visited the
Aerospace Medical Center in San Antonio. His speech there expressed his convictions regarding
the necessity of the space program. In his comments he told a story from Irish writer, Frank
O’Conner. O’Connor had written that as a boy when he and his friends were playing in the
orchards and came up against a high stone wall that they would throw their hats over the wall.
Somehow knowing that their hats were on the other side inspired them to figure out a way to get
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I read that speech recently. These specific phrases came off the page at me: “ We have a long
way to go.” “There will be pressures…to do less…and temptations to do something else that is
perhaps easier…but …this…effort must go on.”

I guess you could say I’ve thrown my hat over the wall. Nineteen months ago, northwestern
Ohio didn’t mean much to me. Today I am passionate with the mission we have together. To
move from the ordinary, the predictable, the “average” will require our best and even more so
The Anointing, The Guidance, The Provisions of the Holy Spirit. It is not my intent to be
shallow or showy by challenging us to set aside the status quo. It is my hope to ignite and give
permission to the imaginations of the young, and to inspire “old” men (and women) to dream
new dreams for Jesus’ sake.

Thank you for the manner in which you are encouraging me to lead. As I have said many times
this past year in response to your affirmations, “It’s easier to lead when people want to follow.”
I believe in God. I believe in you.

Thus, I continue to believe that
Together…with God…we can.

Geoffrey Kunselman



                                         2. District NMI President
                                               June 8, 2010


Rev. Kunselman, Distinguished Missionary Guests, Pastors, Delegates, Friends and Family:

   The people of the Northwestern Ohio District have not disappointed this year in showing their
passion for missions. It is with humility and pleasure that I report to you that everything we set
out to do, we accomplished by the grace of our Savior, Jesus Christ. This district is known for its
generosity in scheduling and hosting missionaries throughout the year, the way our children
embrace their project each year and for 100% payment of the World Evangelism Fund. Because
of our belief in a living God, our love for people and a determination to extend the grace of God
to others, we have accomplished much for the glory of God. Together let’s take a look back at
the past year.
   We were blessed this year with missionaries who were willing to share their lives with us,
challenge us to see people as Jesus sees them and inspire us to continue doing the work of the
Kingdom.
   Together we packed 810 School Pal-Paks, an increase of 160 paks over last year and 1,470
Crisis Care Kits, again with an increase in the number of kits we packed of 144. The NMI
council had fully expected that the number of Pal-Paks and CCK’s would decrease because of
the economy, but again, God provided and people gave generously. For that we give Him all the
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    Our children participated in the GOL soccer ball project sponsored by Jesus Film. The goal
of the project has been to raise enough money to purchase 10,000 soccer balls to be used in
soccer camps around the world in conjunction with the World Cup to be held this summer in
South Africa. Today, our own children who are participating in the convention will be learning
how to use the vivid colors on the GOL soccer ball to share Jesus with their friends. We will
also be taking the soccer balls with us to Cherokee this summer during our Work and Witness
Summer Marathon as an evangelism tool while interacting with the people on the reservation.
Our children have raised over $10,000 for this project this year! That’s enough money to
purchase 1,000 soccer balls! Again, we give praise and glory to God the Father.
    Our churches have participated in Faith Promise services and Thanksgiving and Easter
offerings to raise monies for World Evangelism Fund, also known as WEF. The World
Evangelism Fund financially supports our missionaries while on the field. The church of the
Nazarene is one of the few denominations that pay the salaries of their missionaries. Providing
this kind of financial support keeps our missionaries on the field where they have been called to
serve, rather than spending the majority of their time in their home churches raising funds. The
church of the Nazarene has one of the most efficient, productive strategies of all denominations
for equipping, assigning and supporting missionaries in the 156 world areas in which we now
have a presence. Nazarene Missions International is strong. It is critical to the mission of not
only our church, but more importantly to the great commission. Jesus said, “Therefore, go and
make disciples of all nations…” The World Evangelism Fund allows us to “go” as a church into
all the nations just as Jesus commanded.
    This district has some of the finest NMI presidents at the local level in the country. I truly
mean that and I know it to be true, because I meet with the district presidents on the East Central
Region twice a year and they are always astounded by the local leadership of this district. I want
to speak just to my presidents for a moment and ask that the rest of you will kindly allow me to
do this. To those of you who served as a local NMI president this past church year, I want to say
to you that I am proud of you. I am amazed by your leadership in your local churches. I am in
awe of your creativity in promoting our causes and the ways in which you motivate the people in
your congregations to be involved in missions. I give thanks to God for you and am a better
person for having served with you.
    I would also like to take this time to apologize to you. I have not been the leader you have
needed this year. I found myself in some of the most spiritually barren months of my life and I
struggled. But, while I was seeking the face of God and pleading with Him for answers, you
carried on. Everything that was accomplished this year in missions was because of your sheer
determination to serve your God through the ministry He has given you in NMI. Thank you,
from the bottom of my heart, thank you for moving forward on your own.
    As we look to a new year, we are emphasizing one-on-one discipleship. Why is it so
important that we each find one or two people in whom we invest our time, energy and
knowledge? It is so important, no not just important, it is absolutely critical that we, each
individual, commit to disciple another! Our culture has shifted and whether we like it or not,
the institutional church is simply not meeting the needs of the majority of those seeking the truth.
In a culture where trust is at a minimum and young people have no moral compass, the only way
to show them Jesus is to invest in them one-on-one, pouring ourselves into them by being willing
to be vulnerable and real as we teach them about the forgiveness and love of Jesus. Can
discipling another be a scary proposition? Absolutely! But, do we have to go this new journey
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to ask. Our pastors, others who are currently discipling someone, books, videos and a myriad of
resources exist to teach us the importance of and how to disciple another. And, then there is
Jesus himself who said in Matthew 28: 20, “And surely I am with you always, to the very end of
the age.” He will never ask us to do something He is not willing to equip us for. Ask Him! He
will guide you through every step of the process and you will find a deep, satisfying joy in
knowing that you have been obedient.
    Jesus said, “Go…into all the nations…and I will be with you always to the very end.” He
means for each of us to into all the nations. Maybe that will be through sending CCK’s to Sri
Lanka, maybe it will be through sponsoring a child in Lebanon, or maybe it will be by discipling
our Buddhist neighbor, but make no mistakes, Jesus is commanding each of us into all the
nations. He will not send us where He is not already. He will go before us, He will enable us
and He will be, as He promised, “With (us) always, to the very end of the age.”
    The people of the Northwestern Ohio district are known for doing many outstanding things
for missions. Will we also be known for our commitment to disciple others, “Teaching them to
obey everything (He) has commanded.” We have a challenge before us. Let us commit together
to bring the lost to Jesus one at a time as we invest ourselves in them, as Jesus has done for us.
“All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore, go and make disciples of
all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and
teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to
the very end of the age.” Matthew 28:18-20 All glory and praise be to God the Father!

Respectfully Submitted,

Kristi Payne


   3. DISTRICT BOARD OF SUNDAY SCHOOL AND DISCIPLESHIP MINISTRIES
                     INTERNATIONAL CHAIRPERSON

Dr. Duarte. Rev. Kunselman, members and friends of this great assembly…
Stretched out before us is the enormous yet unavoidable task of making disciples. In Woody
Steven’s new book entitled, Beyond Sunday, District Superintendent John Denny has a chapter
called… “Being, Before Making. The idea of this chapter is simple…before we can make
disciples, we must be disciples. Our District Sunday School and Discipleship Ministry Board is
composed of terrific people who take that idea seriously. They are not only involved in the work
of making disciples, as we all should be. They are also involved in the experience of being
disciples, as we all should be.
I want to begin by thanking the following people for serving this past year on the SDMI Board:
Timothy Johnson, Joel L. Nichols, Jeffrey Hunter, Cindy Crabtree, Cindy Porter, and Denise
Rhodes.
I would also like to thank Gloria Johnson for the excellent work she does as our Statistical
Secretary. Missy Sipes has been an awesome Children’s Ministry Director, Christa Spencer has
done a superb job as Women’s Ministry Directory, and Russ Fairbanks has done fine work as our
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In addition, I wish to thank our District Superintendent, Rev. Geoff Kunselman for his
unwavering support and encouragement. He is a real leader who has breathed new life into so
many of us and into so many of our endeavors! We are so blessed to have him leading the way!
Quickly, let me highlight just a few things that took place this past year in the name of SDMI…
    1. In May, almost 300 ladies gathered at High Street Nazarene for the annual Ladies’ Day
         Out. Candace Cameron spoke to them and shared with them about being a wife and a
         mother full of the Holy Spirit.
    2. During the summer months, two great children’s camps were held at our District Center.
         What a great and positive influence these camps on so many of our kids. I thank God for
         events like these!
    3. In October, more than 60 golfers participated in the Larry Fairbanks Memorial Golf
         Scramble. The proceeds from this annual event are directed toward making our District
         Center more vibrant and viable.
    4. And in February, we hosted our annual Teacher Appreciation Banquets across the District.
         Dr. Rick Harvey, Sr. Pastor of the Springdale Church of the Nazarene, challenged more
         than 400 pastors, Sunday School teachers, and small group leaders to be disciples and
         make disciples by impacting others with the love of Jesus everyday of our lives.

It really was a great year with lots of really good things happening!
On our District, as far as numbers go…Our SDMI average was 6,540 which is an increase of 231
over last year. Our SDMI Responsibility list includes the names of 16, 069 people which is 3
more than last year. Let’s praise the Lord for these increases and determine that they will be
even greater in the years to come.
Several of our churches achieved the status of being an Award Sunday School…
An Honor Sunday School is one achieving a 5% to 24% increase in both Sunday School
attendance and enrollment. The following churches are Honor Sunday Schools this year…
Bethel Community, Bowling Green, Bradford, Findlay First, Leipsic, Marysville, Montpelier,
Napoleon, Paulding, Sidney, Springfield Maplewood, Troy, and Upper Valley Community.
A Superior Sunday School is one achieving a 25% to 49% increase in both Sunday School
attendance and enrollment. The following churches are Superior Sunday Schools this year…
Defiance, Good Shepherd, Hope Community, Indian Lake, Kennard, Mt. Blanchard, Tipp City,
and Toledo Trinity.
And finally, an Exceptional Sunday School is one achieving a 50% or more increase in both
Sunday School attendance and enrollment. Congratulation goes to our Fort Recovery Church for
the great successes they have had this year in all their Sunday School efforts!

In closing, there are two things I wish to share with you. First, a reminder…and second, a deep
and extreme theological challenge.
Here’s the reminder…listen carefully…and take notes in your heart and mind, if you will:
Sunday School and Discipleship Ministries International (SDMI) is an organization of the local
church whose primary task is to reach people for Christ. Sunday School holds a vital role in the
Church of the Nazarene. The major purpose of Sunday School is to help men, women, boys and
girls fall in love with the church, each other, and God’s word and apply its life-guiding principles
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The mission of Sunday School and Discipleship Ministries International (SDMI) is to carry out
the Great Commission to children, youth, and adults in preparation for a lifetime of Christian
holiness.
The objectives of SDMI are simple. They are:
    1. Teach the Word of God until pupils are sanctified wholly and maturing in Christian
        discipleship.

   2. Help Christians mature spiritually by involving them in soul-winning ministries, reaching
       and teaching others to be disciples and make disciples of Jesus Christ.

   3. Identify and visit unchurched people, inviting them to enroll in a small group and attend
       regularly.

That’s the reminder…now here’s deep and extreme theological challenge…
Lucy and Linus are sitting together on the couch, watching TV one day when Lucy looks over at
Linus, points her finger at him and says, “Hey pal, go into the kitchen and get me a glass of
water!”
Linus looks surprised and says, “Why in the world should I do anything for you? You never do
anything for me!”
Lucy responds by making a promise… “On your 75th birthday, I’ll bake you a cake!”
Linus enthusiastically gets up off the couch and heads to the kitchen to get Lucy’s glass of water
and says…
“Life is so much more pleasant when you have something to look forward to!”
Here’s the challenge…let me warn you….it’s really deep, it’s really theological, and it’s really
extreme…
How ‘bout we get off the couch and head to the kitchen
and start looking forward to something when it comes to Sunday School.
How ‘bout we get off the couch and head to the kitchen
and start looking forward to making disciples.
How ‘bout we get off the couch and head to the kitchen
and start looking forward to winning people.
How ‘bout we get off the couch and head to the kitchen
and start looking forward to involving maximum numbers of people, all types and kinds of
people, people we’ve never even thought of or met before…in our Sunday School classes and
small group ministries at each of our local churches.
If we don’t do it.....there are only two other options…..nobody will….or somebody else will.

Respectfully Submitted,

Bret M. Layton


                               4. DISTRICT NYI PRESIDENT
                                        May 1, 2010




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The last year has been one of the more challenging years for the Duff Family. Some of it has
been great, some of it not so great, and some . . . right down the middle. With that in mind, I
want to begin my report today with a bit of a testimony before getting into NYI items. Call it
executive privilege if you’d like, but I just want to let you know where I’m at personally.
I’ll start off by saying that God is good.

Many of you know that Mindy and I welcomed our second child into the world this past January.
Lauren LeeAnn decided she was going to arrive a bit early. And once she was on her way,
wasted no time with the process. Before we were ready, our family added to its ranks a beautiful
blue-eyed brunette, with little fat legs. She is adorable and her big brother is slowly getting used
to no longer having complete rule of the roost. God is Good.

Also this past year, after a LOT of prayer and feeling like we had the Lord’s blessing, my wife
and I both decided to start working part time. Mindy is working for the same employer and I
relocated to a new department at Wright Patterson. Mindy is now able to spend more time with
our kids and I am using my extra time for NYI items as well as chasing down several private
business ventures. I can’t say that these ventures are paying the bills yet, but it sure is fun to
chase a dream. God is Good.

Mindy and I remain as faithful members of the Troy Church. While my activities on the district
keep me from doing too much locally, she enjoys teaching the toddler’s class and getting to
know our friends’ children. Their big project right now is a community vegetable garden in the
back yard of the church and when my time on the district finally does come to an end, I plan on
getting involved with our local children’s ministry as well. God is Good.

A little OVER a year ago, my parents ended a Spirit-led journey of finding a new church family.
After feeling like the Lord was leading them elsewhere some time ago, they left their
congregation of 35 years in South Dayton and landed in our Tipp City Church of the Nazarene.
My Dad now talks all the time about the Sunday School class he’s teaching and my mom really
likes Pastor Warkentine’s preaching. But to be honest I feel a little sorry for my buddy Brett.
He’s the Youth Pastor at Tipp and not only does he have to put up with me on the district, he
see’s my dad several times a week in his local church. God is Good?

Also in the Duff family this past year, we celebrated the life of my Grandfather on my Father’s
side and my Grandmother on my Mother’s side.
My Grandma Gehm was a long time member of the Methodist Church in Chattanooga Ohio,
about 30 minutes north of here. A few years ago, after 60 years on the farm together, she and
Grandpa left the rural life of the Mercer County countryside and moved here to St. Mary’s into
an assisted living retirement community. At her funeral, I ran into all kinds of people who spoke
of her kindness and how she was always throwing parties and beating them at cards. Later that
day we laid Grandma to rest in a little country cemetery where she is now surrounded by friends
and family from the past. Because of the Great Faith my Grandmother retained, people that
knew her have nothing but positive memories and are assured to see her again someday. God is
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At that same time, my Grandpa Duff, a long time member of Country Side Church of the
Nazarene here on our district, was dealing with two broken hips and some other age related
issues. And a week after Grandma Gehm’s funeral, Grandpa Duff decided that instead of going
to a nursing home, he was going home to be with the Lord. My Uncle later recalled that
Grandpa got a better deal. After the funeral service all the family was gathered around his casket
to say our final goodbyes and just as they were drawing the lid to a close, something incredible
happened. Grandma Duff stepped forward, turned around to face her entire family, and with a
twinkle in her eye, smiled and said “It isn’t over. This isn’t the end.” Her Husband, my
Grandpa, was also a Christian, and to that end, on his dying day was able to be surrounded by his
family to the 4th generation, all of us, rest assured that one day we’ll see him again. God is good.

The reason I’m dragging on about my life is because I want you to know why I’m doing this.
First and foremost, I love the Lord. I owe everything I am to him. And call me crazy, but I also
love Youth Ministry. I love the workers, the events, the meetings, the phone calls, the emails,
the planning, marketing, politics, and most of all . . . teenagers. And as you can see, I’m pretty
attached to Northwestern Ohio. This is my town. I attended Mt. Vernon Nazarene College, was
married in the Napoleon Church of the Nazarene, I’m raising my kids in the Troy Church of the
Nazarene, their Grandparents attend the Tipp City and Napoleon Churches of the Nazarene, My
Grandparents spent their lives in the Chattanooga Methodist Church and the Countryside Church
of the Nazarene. . .

Some of you have similar stories, and can identify with what I’m talking about today. And you
know what that makes us? Family. God is good.

Moving forward into NYI Items, you’ll quickly notice that this “report” is more about a
challenge for next year . . . some goals for our District. But before getting to those goals, let’s
talk about what it’s going to take to reach them.

Here’s what we need to do. Just a little bit more.
I’ve been in Youth ministry now for the better part of 15 years and what I’ve come to believe is
that there is only one item that really holds things up. I’m not sure why it happens, but time after
time, I’ve watched as people who are on the brink of that elusive next level . . . let off the gas. I
don’t know if they get scared, if it’s just a procrastination thing, maybe the devil gets his way,
but for whatever reason, over and over again, I see people in ministry saying “If I just would
have done ________.” For the last several years we’ve been pushing hard in the District NYI.
Pedal to the medal, foot on the floor. We’ve pushed for a better calendar, better venues, better
communication, better ideas, better training, better tools, and higher expectations. . . bringing us
to a pivotal point in Ministry here in Northwestern Ohio. And what will it take to jump to that
next level?

Just a little bit more.

Here are the goals. There are three.
   1. 10% increase in Quizzing participation
    2. 10% increase in N.W.O. MVNU Freshman Class Attendance.




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   3.   Break all District NYI Event Attendance Records
Of course some of you might react to these goals as being all about numbers. Well, my response
to that notion is “Absolutely it’s all about numbers.” When we push events and programs on the
District, we’re not sending kids to Rock Concerts. We’re not filling chairs at the County Fair.
We’re not trying to reach quarterly sales goals. What we’re doing is getting kids into a position
to hear the Good News about a Life Changing Encounter with God. And an empty seat
represents a kid who is not present to hear that message.

Others might bring up the fact that we’re currently dealing with a recession in this country. We
hear about it all the time on the news and yes, most of us know someone who is out of work. But
let me tell you a little secret about MY attitude towards this recession . . . I refuse to participate.
Especially when it comes to Ministry. And now I’m asking you to join me in my rebelliousness.

Regarding MVNU, I realize that there are a lot of youth workers in this room that did not attend
this school, and that kids on our district have challenges that might make getting into a private
school very difficult. There are a lot of good schools out there, some Nazarene and some not,
and in the end the ultimate decision on where to attend lies with our teenagers and their families.
But Mt. Vernon Nazarene University is our Regional School, and as an official part of our
program and duties on this district, we are to be promoting its attendance. And I hold no
hesitations about pushing this notion. It is a great school where tremendous things happen in the
lives of College students.

When I say reaching these goals will take just a little bit more, I don’t have a specific battle plan
in mind because a little bit more means different things to everyone in this room. I once read an
article that said the difference between a good sermon and a really great sermon is about 4 hours
– like 4 hours out of a 40 hour work week – not really all that much. In applying that concept to
our program, it could mean, say, one more round for your event, maybe turning around and
going back home when you’ve forgotten something for Youth Night instead of waiting until the
next week, printing promotional items in color rather than black and white, 2 more total hours of
planning, getting that summer camp poster off your pile of mail and on to the Youth Room wall,
bringing in the MVNU representative to your local event, asking for help, reminding kids each
and every time you see them of the cool event or program coming up, telling your friends how
much fun youth group is and picking them up on the way to service. . .

You see where I’m going with this. We just need a little bit more.

As I mentioned before, over the last few years we’ve been pushing hard and our efforts have set
up an excellent program. With this challenge, I’m not looking to reinvent the wheel or try any
new cutting edge idea or take us in a new direction. Youth ministry is not rocket science. Being
successful at it simply requires common sense and hard work. All I’m asking is for us to take the
tools and the team that we currently have in place, and stretch them to their fullest extent.

And when we do, the Lord will look down from heaven, and smile upon us.

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Remember.
   1. 10% increase in Quizzing participation

   2. 10% increase in N.W.O. MVNU Freshman Class Attendance.
   3.   Break all District NYI Event Attendance Records
I’ll report back to you in 12 months.

Respectfully submitted,

Marcus Duff

                                    B. DISTRICT BOARDS
                                   1. District Advisory Board

   The District Advisory Board met with District Superintendent, Rev. Geoffrey Kunselman, for
the quarterly meetings in July, October, January, and April. There was also a special called
meeting in June at which time the decision was made to remodel and refurbish the district
parsonage in order to provide housing for the Kunselmans.
   Interim ministerial transfers were processed and referred to the Ministerial Credentials Board
in accordance with Manual paragraphs 223, 228.9, 228.10, and 434.
   The following ministers serving as pastors were recommended to the Ministerial Credentials
Board for renewal of District Minister’s License: David R. W. Dooley, Ricky L. Grimes, and
Stuart E. Wyatt.

                                        Respectfully submitted,

WINSTON J. HATCLIFF, Secretary                 GEOFFREY KUNSELMAN, Chairman



                               2. Ministerial Credentials Board

                                         Partial Report No. 1

We, your Ministerial Credentials Board, respectfully recommend:
   The following elders transfers be received: Richard T. Bowden from Southwestern Ohio,
Jack L. Davis from North Central Ohio, James L. Tipton from North Dakota.
   The following licensed ministers transfers be received: Ricky L. Grimes from South Carolina,
Joel R. Heald from Chicago Central, Jamie S. McRill from Central Ohio.
   The following elders be transferred: L. Russell Fairbanks, Jr. to East Tennessee, Carlton
Hamrick, Jr. to Wisconsin, David M. Kemp to Alabama South, Gary L. Morgan to East Ohio,
Paula S. Nartker to North Central Ohio.
   The following licensed ministers be transferred: Diana L. Mueller to Central Ohio.

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  We, your Ministerial Credentials Board, respectfully recommend:
  The following be elected to elder’s orders and ordained: David R. W. Dooley, Wilbur Alan
Drummond, Brian Wesley Knight.

                                       Partial Report No. 3
   We, your Ministerial Credentials Board, respectfully recommend:
   The following elders be granted registered evangelist license: Rick L. James.
        The following elders be granted renewal of registered evangelist license: John E. Dodds,
Paul T. Imboden, Kenneth W. Perdue.
   The following licensed minister be granted renewal of registered evangelist license: Kristi L.
Payne.
   The following elders be granted renewal of evangelism service, retired license: William G.
Snyder.
   The following elders be granted renewal of evangelist commission:
Robert E. Flint, Claude G. Nicholas.
   The following elders be granted registered song evangelist license: Rick L. James.
   The following Deacon be granted renewal of registered song evangelist license: Thomas E.
Sneed.
   The following Deacon be granted renewal of minister of music commission: Robert E.
Griffin.
   The following be granted renewal of minister’s license, elder track: Joseph D. Case, Alex E.
Connell, David W. Dooley, Wilbur A. Drummond, Craig A. Dusek, Ricky L. Grimes, Joel R.
Heald, Edward C. Holmgren, Michael R. Huckins, Brian W. Knight, C. Ann Knight, Bryan J.
Knurek, Susan E. Kuehne, Marianne McCord, Sharon E. McQueary, Jamie S. McRill, James D.
Mendenhall, Phillip W. Morrison, Melissa K. Mullenhour, Andrew J. Myers, W. Vincent
Nelson, Kristi L. Payne, Cynthia D. Porter, Jessica E. Porter, Kevin G. Reed, Mary E. Robbins,
Israel E. Schertz, Stuart E. Wyatt.
   The following be granted renewal of minister’s license, deacon track: Melissa D. Berlean,
Kimberly J. Marks, Dorothea A. Porter, Timothy D. Thurston, Vernon L. Tobias.
   The following be granted a minister’s license, elder: Richard A. Applegarth, Stephen W.
DeWeese, Eldon E. Hartman, Betty S. Smazenko, Jessica L. Smazenko, David M. Stout, Jr.
   The following ministers’ licenses be listed as not renewed: Alvin L. Birt, Jeffrey A. Hunter,
Justin P. Hill, Michael T. Remole, D. Dwayne Sayre.
        The following elder be granted Restoration of Ministerial Credentials: David W. Holtz.
   The following elder be granted retirement relationship: Winston J. Hatcliff.
   The following be removed from the roll of ordained ministers, having entered “the more
excellent glory”: Dale T. Bass, Roger A. Kincaid, Orville L. Maish.

                                    Respectfully Submitted,
Larry D. Hamilton, Secretary                        D. Geoffrey Kunselman, Chairman




                                 3. Ministerial Studies Board




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We, your Ministerial Studies Board, make the following recommendations:
1. That the following be graduated from the Elder's course of study: Wilbur A. Drummond,
   Sharon E. McQueary, Jessica E. Porter, Kevin G. Reed.
2. That the following be placed or retained in the Elder's course of study according to the level
   indicated:
                                          Level One
Howard G. Brown Jr., Paul Horn, Jr., Michael W. McKenzie, Paul Rummel, Zachary S. Spoon.

                                          Level Two
Richard A. Applegarth, Daniel Coutz, John F. DeMuth, Stephen W. DeWeese, Aaron M.
Griffith, Eldon E. Hartman, Marianne McCord, Jamie S. McRill, Karen J. Pollard, Cynthia D.
Porter, Rodney R. Ritchie, Kendra Schulz, Jessica L. Smazenko.

                                          Level Three
James D. Mendenhall Jr., W. Vincent Nelson, Ty W. Paulsen, Jason A. Shipman, David M.
Stout, Jr..
                                          Level Four
Alex E. Connell, Craig A. Dusek, Edward C. Holmgren, Bryan J. Knurek, Susan E. Kuehne,
Phillip W. Morrison, Kristi L. Payne, Vernon L. Tobias.

3. That the following be placed or retained in the Deacon’s course of study according to the
   level indicated:
                                  Deacon/Children’s Ministry
Level One: Rian Griffith.
Level Two: Betty S. Smazenko.
Level Four: Dorothea A. Porter.
                                   Deacon/Youth Ministries
Level One: Will R. Gregg,.
                                   Deacon/Music Ministries
Level Three: Timothy D. Thurston.
4. That the following be placed on probation from the Elder’s track according to the level
   indicated:
Level One: Jason M. Ferguson, William W. Harnish, Paul D. Moss. Mary E. Robbins, Brian P.
Romine.
Level Two: Andrew J. Myers, Stuart E. Wyatt.
5. That the following be placed on probation from the Deacon’s track according to the level
   indicated:
Level 1: Sasha J. Boedicker.
Level 2: Traci L. Lewis.
6. That the following be dropped from the course of study: Larry Avery, Latisha Dehus,
   Christin Ferguson, Rebecca A. Hartman, Jeffrey A. Hunter, Stacey L. Kinnison, Valerie A.
   Klaus, Dustin G. LeMaster, Jeffrey D. McRill, Joseph M. Payton, D. Dwayne Sayre, Michael
   V. Tobias, Jarrod C. Yant.
7. That the following course of study records have been transferred to the following district:
   Central Ohio: Brandon J. Brinkman, Diana L. Mueller.




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                                     Respectfully Submitted,

CHARLES W. MEINECKE, Secretary                  ROGER E. BLOUGH, Chairman


                               C. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEES

                           1. COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS

                                      Partial Report No. 1
       Committee on Nominations: Geoff Kunselman, Chairman; Sue Fox, Secretary;
       Ministers: Paul D. Baker, Roger Blough, Larry Hamilton; Bret Layton, David Lutz,
       Harold Ratliff, Ron Reynolds, Tom Shobe, Steve Spoon, Jon Spyker; Laypersons: Becky
       Dusek, Cindy Crabtree, Larry Hammond, Timothy Hicks, Melvin Miller, Kevin Young.

  We, your Committee on Nominations, respectfully recommend:

  1.   Partial Report No. 1 be decided by a vote of acclamation.

  2.   Partial Report No. 2 be decided by a plurality vote.


  3.   District Finance Committee: That the committee be comprised of the District
       Superintendent, District Treasurer, and the District Advisory Board since the Manual of
       the Church of the Nazarene charges them with the responsibility of the financial affairs of
       the district.

  4.   District Court of Appeals: (term to expire 2011) – Geoffrey Kunselman, Keith E. Sarver,
       Paul A. Whiteford, Douglas Wine, Richard Johnson

  5.   Following a three-year term of service District Advisory Board members be given at least
       one year for rest and renewal before being nominated again for that office. Any current
       Advisory Board members who have served three or more years are requested to complete
       their present term of service.

  6.   That if a person is elected as a General Convention Delegate (NYI, NMI, SDMI) and a
       General Assembly delegate he or she may only serve in one capacity. This person must
       choose which assignment he or she will serve within one week of the conclusion of the
       District Assembly at which he or she was elected.

  7.   That persons being elected to serve on any district board be encouraged to attend a
       majority of scheduled meetings, notify the district leadership when unable to attend a
       meeting, and to resign from the position if he/she is unable to maintain regular
       participation in the place where elected to serve.




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                                     Partial Report #2

District Advisory Board Minister, Term to expire – 2013, Vote for Two
         Bret Layton, Steve Spoon, Roger Blough, Timothy Smith

District Advisory Board – Layman, Term to expire – 2013, Vote for Two
         Homer Smith, Kevin Young; Melvin Miller; Tony McCord

Ministerial Studies Board, Term to expire 2014, Vote for Three
       Scott A. Marsee, Kenneth Neighoff, Marylou Riggle, Chad Wilson, Timothy Johnson,
       Louis Reindel

Church Properties Board Minister, Term to expire 2014, Vote for One
    Andrew Monnin, Ronald Reynolds

Church Properties Board Layman, Term to expire 2014, Vote for One
    Kevin Young, David Frye

Ministerial Credentials Board, Term to expire 2014, Vote for Four
        Bradley W. Warkentine, Paul Whiteford, Brandon L. Williams, John F. Perkins, Wayne
       Thomas,
              Paul D. Baker, Dan Witter, Richard Ketterman

Mission Development Board – Minister, Term to expire 2014, Vote for One
        Steve Spoon, Brandon L. Williams

Mission Development Board – Layman, Term to expire 2014, Vote for One
        Brenda Vinson, Brian Harder, Scott Steiner

District Center Trustee – Minister, Term to expire 2014, Vote for One
         Jeffrey Rollison, Paul Whiteford

District Center Trustee – Layman, Term to expire 2014, Vote for One
         Ronald Wentling, William Stukey

SDMI Chairperson – Term to Expire 2011, Vote for One
           Michael McClurg, Paul D. Baker


                                  Respectfully submitted,

D. Geoffrey Kunselman, Chairman             Sue A. Fox, Secretary


                                  2. Finance Committee
                                     l. District Support




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A. Budget Allocations: We recommend:
     1. That in accordance with the Global Church formula, the base for funding the mission be
local church income minus funds paid for World Evangelism Fund (WEF) and Approved
Mission Specials.
     2. That the World Evangelism Fund be 5.5 percent of the base.
     3. That the Pension Fund be 2 percent of the base.
     4. That the Mount Vernon Nazarene University Fund be 2.5 percent of the base.
     5. That for two years of phase-in, each local church be assigned the District Unified Fund,
which includes District Operations, Mission Development Operations, Nazarene Center
Operations, and the three auxiliary apportionments, and the base be total raised last year less
giving for WEF and Approved Specials. The District Unified Fund is $716,190, and that the
individual operations be set as follows:
        District                     $390,489
        Mission Development             $116,165
        Nazarene Center                 $157,676
     6. That the District Sunday School Ministries portion be $16,800.
     7. That the District NYI portion be $21,000.
     8. That the District NMI portion be $14,060.

B. District Financial Policy: We recommend:
    1. That all churches send WEF and Pension Fund percentages weekly to the Global
Treasury Services, Church of the Nazarene, PO Box 843116, Kansas City, MO 64184-3116.
    2. That the District Office collect the Mount Vernon Nazarene University (MVNU)
Education Fund, and forward the money to MVNU.
    3. That all churches send the Unified Fund assignment weekly to the District Office.
    4. That all churches be assigned a portion of the Unified Fund, including new starts.
    5. That all churches be encouraged to take advantage of electronic fund transfers for
payment of both District and General Church funds. Use the District webpage
(www.nwonaz.org) for access to the district funds site, and the Global Treasurer webpage for
access to the General Church site.
   6. That: (a) the District Treasurer be the collection agent for all district funds, including
District Unified Funds, Sunday School Ministries, NYI, and District NMI. (b) all District
financial records be audited by a Certified Public Accountant at the close of the year, and that the
audit report, if not completed in time to present to the District Assembly, be presented to the
District Advisory Board by their July meeting; (c) should any activity be established by the
District Assembly which collects funds, the above procedure be followed; (d) the District
Treasurer be bonded; (e) all savings, CD funds, and cash accounts will be maintained by the
District Treasurer.
    7. That the District Finance Committee assess the percent of the District Funds base for the
NMI, Sunday School Ministries, and NYI. That a proposed budget from each auxiliary be
submitted to the District Office prior to May 1 for the approval of the Finance Committee.
    8. That the district pay .36 per mile and contingent expense for district committee meetings.
    9. That electronic District Assembly Journals be accessed as needed by the local church at
the Online Media Library on the General Church website.
   10. That the District Superintendent be reimbursed directly for budgeted travel, entertainment




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and related expenses.
   11. That the District Advisory Board compute the delegate expense allowance for elected
delegates to the general conventions and general assembly.
   12. That new church plants be organized within two years after initial district support begins,
or in the event district support is not needed, within two years after the time the church plant is
recognized as such by the District Advisory Board or the District Mission Development Board.

C. DISTRICT BUDGET: We recommend:
   SALARY, WAGES, HONORARIA
      Dist. Superintendent      76,691.00
      Assistant to D.S.         38,824.00
      Office Secretarial        21,925.00
      Admin. Coordinator        26,050.00
                                ------------
   TOTAL SALARY,WAGES,HONOR.                          163,490.00

   PARSONAGE/HOUSING ALLOW.
     Utilities-DS                       4,244.00
     Taxes/Assessments-parsonage        3,550.00
     Housing-Assistant                  5,910.00
                                        -----------
   TOTAL PARSONAGE/HOUSING                             13,704.00

   EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
     Soc. Security SE Tax-DS           12,000.00
     Tax-Sheltered Annuity-DS          11,000.00
     Health Insurance-DS               14,420.00
     Disability Insurance -DS           2,600.00
     Christmas Gift-DS                  1,500.00
     Soc. Security-Assistant            5,910.00
     Tax-Sheltered Annuity-Assistant    5,910.00
     Health Insurance-Assistant         7,625.00
     Medical Deductible-Assistant         200.00
     Life Ins. Program-Assistant        1,235.00
                                        -----------
  TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                              62,400.00

  BUSINESS/PROFESSIONL EXP
    Automobile & Travel-DS             13,000.00
    Continuing Education-DS             1,000.00
    Meetings/Conf/Conventions-DS        7,000.00
    Hospitality-DS                      1,200.00
    Automobile Replacement-DS           9,000.00
    Travel Reimburse-Assistant          2,500.00
                                       -----------
  TOTAL BUSINESS/PROF.EXP.                            33,700.00
  OPERATING EXPENSES
   OFFICE EXPENSE
    Stationery & Supplies               1,500.00
    Postage                             1,300.00
    Printed Materials                   1,000.00
    Equipment Purchase/Lease            1,600.00
    Servicing Office Equip.             3,000.00
    Utilities                          12,200.00




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                                   -----------
  TOTAL OFFICE EXPENSE                             20,600.00

  DISTRICT ACTIVITIES
     District Assembly                 12,000.00
     District Secretary               950.00
     Ministers/Mates Conferences    2,500.00
     Dist. Meetings-Travel          2,750.00
     CPA Audit                      1,900.00
     General Assembly Exp.          5,000.00
     Flowers                          600.00
     Supplies/Materials               600.00
     Pastor Training                4,125.00
     Workers' Compensation          1,500.00
     FICA Employer Matching         4,016.00
     Committee Exp./Studies Bd.     2,500.00
     Other                          2,298.00
     Contingency                    3,500.00
     Master's Program               1,000.00
                                   -----------
  TOTAL DISTRICT ACTIVITY                          45,239.00

  EXPENSE ON REAL PROPERTY
    Insurance                       7,500.00
    Taxes/Assessments               1,405.00
    Maint./Repair-D.Office          6,500.00
    Legal Expense                     100.00
                                   -----------
  TOTAL EXPENSES REAL PROP.                        15,505.00

  DISTRICT TOTAL EXPENSES                        354,638.00

D. MISSION DEVELOPMENT BUDGET: We recommend:

  NEW START CHURCHES                               75,500.00
  INNER CITY MINISTRY                              10,000.00
  ADMINISTRATIVE/TRAINING/OPERATING                20,000.00

  GRAND TOTAL EXPENSES                           105,500.00

E. NAZARENE DISTRICT CENTER BUDGET: We recommend:

  SALARIES, WAGES, HONORARIA
     Camp Manager's Salary   33,364.00
     Camp Workers              3,000.00
                              -----------
  TOTAL SALARIES, WAGES, HONOR.                    36,364.00
PARSONAGE/HOUSING
     Utilities                 3,600.00
     Housing Allowance       15,648.00
                             -----------
  TOTAL PARSONAGE/HOUSING                          19,248.00

  EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
    Soc. Security - SE Tax         4,212.00
    Tax-Sheltered Annuity          3,408.00




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     Health Ins.-Camp Mgr.              5,600.00
     Health Ins.-Camp Ass’t           13,700.00
                                      -----------
  TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                              26,920.00

  OPERATING EXPENSES
    Travel Expense                       800.00
    Supplies/Materials                 3,000.00
    Workers Compensation (Ohio)          850.00
    FICA Employer Matching             6,400.00
    Miscellaneous                        900.00
    Contingency                        2,000.00
                                      -----------
  TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES                          13,950.00

  CAMP OPERATIONS
    Camp Meeting Expense               3,500.00
    Labor—Regular Staff               56,250.00
    Labor                             10,000.00
    Servicing Equipment                  600.00
                                      -----------
  TOTAL CAMP OPERATIONS                                70,350.00

  EXPENSE ON REAL PROPERTY
    Utilities                19,900.00
                              5,000.00
    Utilities-Activity Building
    Utilities-Camp Site       1,400.00
    Insurance                 8,300.00
    Taxes/Sewer Assessment       26,250.00
    Pool Supplies             2,900.00
    Maintenance & Repair     10,000.00
    Sewer Service Fees        3,600.00
    Water Service Fees        1,698.00
    Maintenance-Cottages        500.00
    Legal Expense               100.00
    Debt Service              6,720.00
    Property Purchase         3,000.00
                             -----------
  TOTAL EXPENSE ON REAL PROPERTY           89,368.00

  GRAND TOTAL EXPENSES                                256,200.00

           Other Income           113,000.00
           From Unified Budget    143,200.00

F. DISTRICT NMI BUDGET: We recommend:

     1. District Council/Committees    2,550.00
     2. President's Expense            1,500.00
     3. Secretary's Expense              150.00
     4. Treasurer's Expense              160.00
     5. District/Regional Workshops      900.00
     6. NWO Missionary Birthdays
             and Anniversaries           650.00
     7. Miscellaneous                    400.00
     8. District Convention Expense    4,900.00




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     9. General Convention Expense      1,750.00
     10. Special Children's Projects      500.00
     11. District Assistant               600.00
                                       -----------
  GRAND TOTAL NMI BUDGET                             14,060.00

G. DISTRICT SUNDAY SCHOOL MINISTRIES BUDGET: We recommend:

     1. Administration       6,650.00
     2. Adult Ministries     1,600.00
     3. Children's Ministries4,800.00
                             3,150.00
     4. Sunday School Ministries
     5. District Assistant     600.00
                            -----------
  TOTAL SUNDAY SCHOOL BUDGET                         16,800.00

H. DISTRICT NYI BUDGET: We recommend:

     1. Administration                  3,950.00
     2. District Convention             1,300.00
     3. District Programs               9,850.00
     4. General Convention              2,500.00
     5. MVNU Scholarships               2,000.00
     6. Miscellaneous                     300.00
     7. District Assistant                600.00
     8. Regional Dues                     500.00
                                       -----------
  TOTAL NYI BUDGET                                   21,000.00

                                                II. Local Support

A. Administrative Policies: We recommend:
    1. That all local churches consider the following procedure for timely payment of Pension,
Education, and District Funds: the total of these funds will be approximately 10% of weekly
income, and can be presented to the congregation and paid using the “tithe concept”. World
Evangelism Fund can be raised in addition as in prior years through Faith Promise, Easter
Offering, and Thanksgiving Offering.
    2. All churches should enter their finances each week on the website,
www.fundingthemission.org.
   3. That each church reach and exceed 10 percent giving for world mission through full
payment of the World Evangelism Fund and Approved Special offerings. That no church be
permitted to participate in Work/Witness unless the World Evangelism Fund is paid.
    4. That all churches begin to formulate a local budget by March 1 and send a completed
budget by June 1 to the District Superintendent.
    5. That the church treasurer present a written financial report monthly to the pastor and
church board.
    6. That each church provide a committee that shall count and deposit all money in a bank or
vault after each service (Manual, par. 129.22). That a minimum of three persons be present
when money is counted. That the church treasurer shall not be included as one of the counters.
    7. That an auditing committee audit or examine annually the financial records of the church
(Manual, par. 129.23), and that all churches raising over $100,000 for all purposes be
encouraged to use the services of an outside auditor.




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     8. That when defining income for the local church, the guidelines and examples provided by
the General Board on the website, www.fundingthemission.org be consulted. Examples of
Designated Gift policies and other items of assistance can also be found there.
    9. In order to encourage a sound financial plan in light of the Biblical plan for "tithes and
offerings" (Malachi 3:8-10) we encourage local churches to present a three-fold plan for giving:
first the practice of storehouse tithing; second, Faith Promise--regular weekly or monthly giving
above the tithe for missions and others; and third, expansion or building fund--monthly giving
above one's tithe. Every growing church will need to give attention to remodeling or expansion.

B. Pastor and Ministerial Staff Support: We recommend:
     1. That at the establishment of the annual budget, the local church board consider the senior
pastor and ministerial staff remuneration at the annual rate of inflation and consider an additional
merit raise. All adjustments must be reported to the District Superintendent by the church board
secretary
     2. That a well-maintained parsonage or a housing allowance be provided, and that all utilities
be paid by the church. That each local church board should aggressively seek to become familiar
with the unique tax consequences for pastors and the important benefits to the local church by a
proper understanding and reporting of the pastor's housing fund/allowance. That each church
board consult with a tax advisor familiar with church Internal Revenue Service regulations as to
the most suitable way to construct his salary package.
     3. That they be fully reimbursed for social security, currently 15.3%.
     4. That hospital and surgical insurance benefits be carried on them, their family, and any full-
time associates. The District's program may be used, if desired. That medical expense
"deductible" be reimbursed.
     5. That their car expense be considered and the church pay it as a local church expense.
     6. That as their income tax filing is on an employer-employee basis, the church establish an
accountable reimbursement policy according to the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code in
order that reimbursed expenses can be separated from gross income. Churches are urged to also
set up expense accounts for staff to adequately cover all church related expenses and reimburse
when proper receipts and documentation are presented. Receipts for reimbursement must be
presented no later than 60 days after the expense is incurred.
     7. That each church pay their expenses to the District Assembly, the District Conventions,
Ministers’ and Mates' Conference, Pastors' Devotional Retreat, Women In Ministry Retreat, and
PALCON, and as churches are able, that they cover the expenses of their pastor for all
appropriate district, regional, and general church training.
     8. That every church make financial preparations to send its pastor and wife to General
Assembly by establishing a fund of at least 30.00 per month, and that the incumbent pastor at the
time of General Assembly receive the monies from the fund. Each church should consider a plan
to also send full-time associates to the General Assembly. This time is not to be considered
vacation.
    9. That the church send them to a seminar of their choosing at least once a year as part of their
continuing education and this time not be considered vacation.
    10. That the church board provide a book fund redeemable at the bookstore of their choosing.
    11. That the guideline for their vacation be based on full-time service in the Church of the
Nazarene as follows: up to 2 years of service, two weeks, including two Sundays; 2-6 years,
three weeks, including three Sundays; for 6-15 years, four weeks, including four Sundays; for 15




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or more years of service, five weeks with five Sundays.
    12. That each local church provide a tax-free annuity for all full-time pastoral staff in addition
to the present cash salary. That this annuity be an amount equal to, but not limited to, 5 percent
(a minimum of $500 per year) and not to exceed the maximum tax-sheltered annuity presently
allowable by law. The Nazarene 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan or its equivalent should be
used.
    13. That each church consider paying the premium for their participation in the Nazarene
Supplemental Group Term Life Insurance Program.
    14. That in considering a Christmas gift for them, churches give the equivalent of at least one
week's salary.
    15. That each church pay Ohio Workers' Compensation for the pastor and staff and that the
treasurer see that the proper form has been sent to enroll all ministerial staff. Check for
information on the website, www.ohiobwc.com.
    16. That each church consider supporting a sabbatical/study leave for the pastor during the
seventh consecutive year of service in one congregation (Manual 129.10), with details to be
worked out by the church board and the pastor.
    17. That each church reevaluate its property and liability insurance at least every three years
and if possible, annually, and report it to the district office.

                                       III Evangelist's Support
We recommend:
    1. That each church board set a minimum financial remuneration for revival workers of at
least two times the pastor's salary plus benefits for each Sunday of the meeting, plus travel one
way, and notify the worker of the amount at the time of the call (Manual 129.11).
    2. That as far as possible finances for the revival be raised before the workers arrive.
    3. That the church give proper consideration for the care of the evangelist, including the cost
of meals and lodging.
    4. That, as possible, the local church where tenured or commissioned evangelists and
commissioned song evangelists hold their membership and support it with tithes and offerings,
the evangelist be supported in some of the following ways:
       a. Pay the evangelist's expense to the District and General gatherings.
       b. Maintain their hospital and surgical benefits insurance.
       c. Reimburse the evangelist's Social Security.
    5. That a suitable Christmas remembrance ($50.00 minimum) be sent to evangelists who
have served the church during the year.
    6. That we encourage the use of our evangelists, ministerial college students, and retired
elders for pulpit supply during the summer to supplement them.
   7. That churches consider a one-day summer Sunday revival and use an evangelist for the
day.

                                       IV. University Support
We recommend:
    1. That we encourage our local churches to establish a University Grant Program in which
the church contributes up to $1500 per Nazarene student per year to match a similar grant being
given by the university.
    2. That we encourage the 100% payment of the MVNU budget.




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    3. That we approve the matching funds program sponsored by Mount Vernon Nazarene
University and urge our people to participate. It is understood that no portion of a matching
corporation gift can be used to pay the university budget, unless expressly authorized by the
matching gift corporation. Otherwise, all corporate matching gifts will go to the university for
capital use or for scholarships. Each donor should check with his/her corporation on its
matching gift policy.
   4. That we encourage local churches to set up scholarship endowments with the university,
the proceeds to be used for scholarships in the local churches.
                                       V. Summation Clause

    That the District Advisory Board have authorization to oversee and harmonize any like items
not herein stated.
That each Church Board review sections II, III, and IV of this report each year at one of their
meetings.

Respectfully submitted,

         Larry Fox, Secretary                               Geoffrey Kunselman, Chairman



   2010-11 District
       Unified                 Combined      Weekly
     Assignment                 Unified    Assignment
 (effective 6-9-10 thru 6-9-
             11)                Budget     (rounded)

Antwerp Community                  3,537           68
Bellefontaine                      2,322           45
Bethel Community                  13,413          258
Bowling Green                     17,762          342
Bradford                           2,882           55
Bryan                              8,788          169
Celina                             9,700          187
Countryside                        2,662           51
Cridersville                       4,024           77
Defiance                          15,193          292
Emmaus Road                        1,014           20
Fayette                           11,353          218
Findlay First                     23,200          446
Fort Recovery                      7,931          153
Good Shepherd                      3,391           65
Greenville                         2,964           57
Grover Hill                        1,092           21
Hicksville                         1,832           35
Hope Community                    25,158          484
Indian Lake Northside             11,865          228
Jackson Center                         0            0




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Kennard                 2,512      48
Kenton                  5,707     110
Leipsic                 4,193      81
Lima Community        132,233    2543
Lima First             10,486     202
London                 12,712     244
Marysville             31,758     611
Montpelier              5,327     102
Mount Blanchard         3,464      67
Mount Sterling         25,693     494
Napoleon               20,892     402
New Carlisle            3,995      77
New Hampshire           3,258      63
New Horizon
Community               3,780      73
New Life                    0       0
Paulding               11,494     221
Payne                   8,037     155
Pioneer                 2,010      39
Piqua                   9,498     183
Quest Community         9,438     182
Sidney First           14,448     278
Spencerville            5,489     106
Springfield First      25,132     483
Springfield Grace         677      13
Springfield High
Street                 31,749     611
Springfield
Maplewood               5,446     105
St. Marys First        16,562     319
St. Paris Community     4,655      90
Swanton                 8,711     168
Tipp City              18,587     357
Toledo Northpoint       4,369      84
Toledo Trinity         16,325     314
Troy First             18,707     360
Union City              1,796      35
Upper Valley
Community              28,402     546
Urbana                 22,798     438
Wapakoneta              7,989     154
Wauseon Community       3,416      66
West Milton             4,360      84

Total                 716,188   13,779




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          VI. MINUTES OF THE CONVENTIONS AND AUXILIARIES
                               A. NYI CONVENTION
                                   May 1, 2010

Marcus gave out gifts to newest and longest serving youth worker
Recognition and gift given to Becky Dusek as she is stepping down.
Marcus described the website, Yelloh.org, and the explained the handbook

Meeting called to order, Becky set the bar and announced boards of tellers #1 and #2.
Ballot #1—Distributed, explained, accepted, and cast.

NYC 2011 Report-video shown, flyer distributed, gave details for NYC payments and who is
eligible. Testimonial from Findlay teen. Brice will send updates via text messages. Website just
for NYC, interactive, send testimonials.

Scholarships-Kevin Reed presented four $500 scholarships: Hannah Perdue, Sarah Tackett,
Rachael Rightley, Bailey Daniels

New Year’s Rev: —Joe Proudfoot, Jan7-8, Asked teens to text ideas for this events to Joe.

Quizzing—Teresa Borton-quizzing is still going on, announced 5 teams going to Regionals at
MVNU, Announced top 10, who receive scholarships to MVNU. Next year quizzing on the book
of John.

Treasurer’s Report—Explained how monies carry over from one year to the next. Explained
where money comes from to support NYI. We are in much better shape from where we were last
year.

Interdepartmentalism- Joe Proudfoot encourages teens and youth groups to come and
sponsor/participate in Campmeeting activities that will go on throughout the week. NYI will be
partnering with other District auxillliaries for services and events.

Read report of Ballot #1 (Representatives Ballot)—election is all areas-College and Career-
(top 2 elected) Rebecca Borton-73, Hannah Perdue-67, Madison Layton-49, Sebastian Rue 47;
Sr. High (top 4 elected)-Matt Perdue-72, Bethany Borton-54, Grant Harder-69, Alyssa Smith-47,
Josh Thomas-31, Noah Larid-25, Issac Little-43, Jeffery Rider-36, Lauren Perdue-43, Allison
Kelsey-41; Jr. High (top 2 elected)-Ashley Wall-63, Jaylyn McBride-50, Matt Bahr-47, Corey
Elrod-43, Kara Mays-25

Ballot #2-Distributed, explained, accepted, cast

Fall Retreat—Alex Connell, gave details about band, Scott Peterson speaking,

Becky presented NYI Awards-




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Churches receiving Honor status-Celina, Defiance, Fayette, Findlay, Indian Lake, Leipsic, Mt.
Sterling, Napoleon, New Hampshire, Sidney, Swanton, Tipp City, Toledo Trinity, Upper Valley
Community, Urbana.
Excellence Status- Defiance, Findlay, Mt. Sterling, Napoleon, New Hampshire, Sidney,
Swanton, Urbana
NYI of the Year- New Hampshire

Nathan Okuley—MVNU Report, talked about what is happening on campus, new building for
Art students, new programs, gave some details from Breakaway, new middle school only event
for 6th-8th graders, discussed Sonfest October 2nd , encouraged everyone to become friends of
MVNU on Facebook.

BLAST—Kevin Reed—Had teens answer questions and get t-shirts.

C-4 camp Report- video from last year’s camp, Joshua L. Morgan—joining with another District
this year, game tournaments,

Report from Ballot #2(Officers Ballot)-Total ballots cast 121-- President-Marcus Duff 108
yes/10 no, Sr. Vice Pres-Joshua L. Morgan 118 yes/1 no, Jr. Vice Pres-Joe Proudfoot 108 yes/4
no, Treasurer-Brice Little 120 yes/0 no. Secretary- Alex Connell-63, Joel Heald-57

Marcus gave report- Shared personal stories, stressed that we are a family. Marcus challenged us
with three goals: 1-10% increase in quizzing participation, 2-10% increase in NWO MVNU
freshman class attendance, 3-Break all DNYI event attendance records. God is good! Josh gave
Marcus gift from NYI.

Rev. Kunselman installs officers and prays.
Marcus calls short new council meeting.
Meeting is adjourned

Respectfully Submitted,
Rebecca Dusek
District NYI Secretary




                                     B. NMI Convention
                                      PROCEEDINGS




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                                          June 7, 2010

         The 51st Nazarene Mission International Convention of the Northwestern Ohio District
began with a five minute countdown to 7:00 o’clock on Monday evening, June 7, 2010, at the
district center in St. Marys, Ohio. Kristi Payne, Northwestern Ohio District NMI president,
welcomed friends, delegates and guests and gave information concerning the workshop for
presidents and the work and witness informational meeting to be held on Tuesday morning. We
were reminded of the activities for children for Tuesday and of the pizza for teens following the
Monday evening service.
         Delegates and friends sat around tables as Jon Spyker led the congregation in prayer.
Deliberate Dare to Disciple was the theme throughout the convention. A beautiful flag
presentation was presented by young people from the Swanton Church of the Nazarene. Dave
Dooley and the band from Kenton Church of the Nazarene led the worship service with a variety
of praise and worship songs.
         . We were admonished to pray and fast that we might become better examples of
discipling in our own Christian lives.
         The service was closed with singing “I Will Serve You.”

                                       Tuesday Morning, June 8, 2010
At the close of the Presidents’ Workshop and the Work and Witness informational gathering,
District NMI President, Kristi Payne, welcomed friends and delegates to the 51st NMI
Convention of the Northwestern Ohio District. There was no representative from the Nazarene
Publishing House, so Wayne Sweely, pastor of the Pioneer Church of the Nazarene, took care of
filling orders for materials for the local churches.
Steve Anstine led in prayer. A praise and worship team led by Terra Gorrell from the Defiance
Church of the Nazarene led the congregation in worship. A short video on evangelism was
viewed.
Missionary presented a message on making Christlike disciples in the nations. He emphasized
the need to disciple people one-on-one. He called for the people of Northwestern Ohio to “share
a cup of tea and in so doing to share the love of Jesus.” He also emphasized the urgency in
paying the World Evangelism Fund so that missionaries would not need to be sent home from
the fields of harvest.
President Kristi Payne called the business session to order. A motion was made and seconded to
organize the convention. Joan Davidson, district NMI secretary, named the following assistants:
platform assistant—Cami McClurg; pages—Morgan Alumbaugh and Megan Payne; recording
secretary—Debby Hatcliff; elections secretary—Barb Gibbs. One board of tellers was named.
Alternates were seated by common consent. The special order of the day was set for 10:20.
   Kristi Payne recognized the following special guests: Dr. Mary Lou Riggle, Dr. and Mrs.
Jack Shankel, Mona Kunselman, Dr. Doug McCloy,.
  Letters of greeting were received from Lola Brickey, Regional Representative; and Dr. Dan
Ketchum, General NMI Director. Greetings were read from our new LINKS missionaries.
   New pastors were introduced to the convention. A video clip on discipleship was viewed
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The chair was yielded to District Superintendent, Rev. Geoff Kunselman, who presented Kristi
for her fourth report as NMI president. Kristi expressed the excitement she felt because she
continued to sense a great passion shown by Northwestern Ohio Nazarenes for missions. She
stated that this district is known for its generosity in scheduling and hosting missionaries,
embracing a great children’s project by raising over $10,000 for soccer balls and 100% payment
of the World Evangelism Fund. Eight hundred ten School Pal-Paks were prepared along with
1,470 Crisis Care Kits. Kristi reminded us that in the coming year, God is calling us to
discipleship. She admonished us to realize that the way to show people Jesus is to “invest in
them one-on-one, pouring ourselves into them by being willing to be vulnerable and real as we
teach them about the forgiveness and love of Jesus.” A motion was made and seconded to
accept the report. Approval was voted. Jackie Blough presented a gift of appreciation to Kristi.
Joan Davidson read report #1 of the nominating committee stating that Jackie Blough be run on a
yes-no ballot and Joan Davidson be run on a yes-no ballot for secretary. This report also
included a list of six names of which three would be elected to the district council for a two year
term. A motion was made and seconded to accept the ballot. Board of tellers #1 was called and
ballots were cast.
Jon Spyker told about the Children’s Project for 2010/11. The “Hope Project” emphasizes
outreach to street children around the world. The video “Kids Reaching Kids” was viewed.
Kristi presented Jon with a Distinguished Service Award in honor of his years of service on the
NMI Council and work in the promotion of children’s activities.
Mary Jetter was recognized as the Mission Call Coordinator. The work of the Mission Call
Coordinator is to connect with young people who have a special interest in missions and may
sense a call of God on their lives for missions.
Jackie Blough gave the treasurer’s report. After a motion was made and seconded, the report
was accepted.
A video “Be the Church” was viewed. It stressed that we as Christians are the salt of the earth.
Dr. Doug McCloy, representing the Jamaica West District, told about what it meant to be a tent
maker missionary. He discussed the Gamertsfelder Mission Centre located in Frome, Jamaica.
He recognized the Mount Sterling Church for their outstanding contributions to the work of
missions in Jamaica.
Joan Davidson read the results of the NMI Council ballot. Total ballots cast was 297. Secretary,
Joan Davidson-297 yes, 0 no; Treasurer, Jackie Blough-297 yes, 0 no; Council Representative,
Dorthea Porter, 124; Kim Rollison, 170; Tim Hicks, 176; Mary Jo Ledyard, 89; Raeanne
Marsee, 141; Jan Griffin, 173. The following were declared elected: Secretary, Joan Davidson;
Treasurer, Jackie Blough; District Council: Tim Hicks, Jan Griffin and Kim Rollison. District
Superintendent, Geoff Kunselman asked local presidents, current council members, and newly
elected council members to stand as he prayed a prayer of blessing over the NMI leadership.
Debby Hatcliff gave a presentation saying good-by to our LINKS missionaries for 2009-10 and
introducing our LINKS missionaries who will be assigned to our district for the next two years.
The new missionaries are Steve and Debbie Baker, Mexico; Samuel and Lamae Yangmi,
Thailand; and Tom and Lauralee Nothstine, Madagascar-retired. Kristi presented Winston and
Debby Hatcliff with a Distinguished Service Award in honor of their years of service related to
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Secretary Joan Davidson reviewed the information CD and the calendar for the year. Mel Miller
brought an exciting report concerning Work and Witness. The six district mission trips to
Cherokee, North Carolina, scheduled for July and August 2010, are well organized and the 189
participants are excited about the great things to happen in Cherokee. The morning session was
adjourned to reconvene at 1:30.


                                        Afternoon Session
Terra Gorrell led as each one joined in a time of praise to God. Jon Spyker presented a report on
the Soccer Ball Project. There was a wonderful response to this project throughout the district.
The convention offering was received. The offering will be used for the Cherokee Mission
Project.
We watched another personal discipleship video featuring Ilene Wentling and an individual she
has been discipling.
Memorial Roll certificates were presented in memory of Ruth Sharpes, Virginia Stimer, and Jean
Shepherd.
An awards slide show was presented. The following churches received Mission Priority One
certificates and the World Evangelism Fund was paid in full: Bethel Community, Bryan,
Celina, Countryside, Cridersville, Defiance, Fayette, Findlay First, Fort Recovery, Good
Shepherd, Greenville, Indian Lake Northside, Kennard, Leipsic, Lima Community, Mount
Blanchard, Mount Sterling, Napoleon, New Carlisle, Hope Community, Paulding, Payne,
Pioneer, Piqua, Sidney First, Spencerville, Springfield First, Springfield High Street, Springfield
Maplewood, St. Marys, St. Paris Community, Swanton, Tipp City, Toledo Trinity, Troy First,
Union City, Upper Valley Community, Wapakoneta, and West Milton.
  The following churches received the Award of Excellence: Cridersville, Fayette, Findlay,
Greenville, Mount Sterling, Napoleon, New Carlisle, Spencerville, Springfield First, St. Paris
Community, Swanton, Tipp City, Toledo Trinity, and Union City.
 A. J. Paulson form Tipp City gave her testimony of how she renewed her commitment to the
Lord through the influence of a mission trip. She has continued to be involved in trips to Peru
and the Ukraine.
President Kristi Payne divided the congregation into eight groups. The groups were led by
missionaries, missionary children, and discipleship leaders. After thirty minutes the leaders
rotated. The groups allowed for a closer time of communication and questions about mission
work. The congregational groups responded favorably and enjoyed the time together.
A video clip, “Don’t Run” was viewed. It stressed that missions is for everybody.
Guest speaker concluded the afternoon with an emphasis on prayer and gave an example of
praying with an atheist man. He also emphasized that discipleship is more than a Sunday School
Class, or a Bible Study—it is a personal lifestyle. Deliberate, Dare to Disciple—Make it happen.
   The 51st Convention of the Northwestern Ohio District NMI was adjourned after a prayer of
benediction by Debby Hatcliff.




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                                     Respectfully submitted,
                          DEBBY HATCLIFF, Recording Secretary




                                VII. Financial and Statistical

                     A. DISTRICT
TREASURER
                     May 1, 2009 - April 30, 2010

Balance Forward                                                    5,579
Receipts                                                         864,273
Disbursements                                                    865,952

Balance on Hand                                                    3,900

                                 Receipts

District Budget 2009-2010                            344,386
District Budget 2008-2009                              1,875
District Ministers/Wives Meetings                      9,269
District Assembly                                      3,943
Interest Income                                           11
Other                                                  1,103
In/Out (e.g. Seminary, University)                   503,686

Total Receipts                                                   864,273


Disbursements

A. Salaries, Wages, Honoraria
  1. Dist. Sup't Salary                               76,691
  2. Assistant Superintendent                         38,824
  3. Office Secretarial                               22,843
  4. Admin. Coordinator                               26,724
                                                                 165,082 (A)
B. Parsonage/Housing
  1. Housing-D.S.                                       2,013




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 2. Utilities-DS                          1,797
 3. Taxes/Assessments-DS                  3,550
 4. Housing-Assistant D.S.                5,910
                                                  13,270 (B)
C. Employee Benefits
 1. SECA SE Tax-DS                       12,000
 2. SECA SE Tax-Assist.D.S.               5,910
 3. TSA-D.S.                             11,000
 4. TSA-Assist. D.S.                      5,910
 5. Health Ins.-D.S.                     10,286
 6. Health Ins.-Assist .D.S.              7,324
 7. Life Ins.-D.S.                        2,559
 8. Life Ins.-Assist. D.S.                1,235
 9. D.S. Christmas Gift                   1,500
                                                  57,724 (C)
D. Operating Expenses
 1. Office Operation
    a. Stationery & Supplies              1,436
    b. Postage                            1,203
    c. Printed Materials                  1,000
    d. Equipment Purchase                 1,401
    e. Servicing Equipment                2,863
     f. Utilities                        10,511
                                                  18,414 (D1)

 2. District Activities
   a. District Assembly                  14,527
   b. District Secretary                    950
   c. Pastors'/Dist. Confer.             12,129
   d. Dist. Meetings-Travel, etc.         2,275
   e. CPA Audit                           1,900
    f. Flowers                              421
   g. Supplies/Materials                    441
   h. Printed Materials                   4,918
    i. Workers' Compensation              1,461
    j. FICA Employer Matching             3,937
   k. Advisory Board Items                6,780
    l. Committee/Studies Bd.              1,709
  m. General Assembly                     5,000
   n. Other                               8,867
   o. Contingency                         3,500
   p. Masters Program                     1,000
                                                  69,815 (D2)




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 3. Business/Professional Expense
   a. Automobile & Travel                 11,258
   b. Assistant Travel                     2,274
   c. Auto Replacement Fund                9,000
   d. Continuing Education                   799
   e. Meetings/Conf/Convention             5,028
    f. Hospitality                            48
                                                       28,407 (D3)
 4. Exchange Items (In and Out)                       503,686 (D4)

                                                      620,322 (D)
E. Expense on Real Property
  1. Insurance                                7,500
  2. Maint./Repair                              545
  3. Taxes/Assessments                        1,405
  4. Legal Expense                              104
                                                         9,554 (E)

   Total Disbursements                                865,952

Balance on Hand                                          3,900

Respectfully submitted,

Larry Fox, Treasurer




           B. MISSION DEVELOPMENT TREASURER
                 May 1, 2009 - April 30, 2010

Balance Forward                     653,865
Receipts                            212,856
Disbursements                       242,539

Balance on Hand                                624,182
 Balance in Regular Fund            -29,080
 Accrued Interest                    20,155
 Balance in M.D. Investments        493,736
 Gain on Investments                139,371




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   Total All Funds                                   624,182

                                Receipts

Mission Development Budget 2009-
2010                                        68,973
Mission Development Budget 2008-
2009                                           427
Interest Income                                139
Dividends                                   17,502
Capital Gains                               17,398
Unrealized Gains                           104,892
Other                                        3,525

Total Receipts                                       212,856
                           Disbursements

A. Salaries, Wages, Honoraria                             0 (A)

B. Parsonage/Housing                                  15,900 (B)

C. Employee Benefits                                  12,352 (C)

D. Operating Expenses
 1. Administration                          11,050
 2. Conferences/Retreats                         0
 3. Travel                                     440
 4. Pastoral Arrangements                    1,000
 5. Awareness/Training                         247
 6. Revival Fund                                 0
 7. Supplies                                   224
 8. Investment Fees                          4,342
 9. New Starts                             140,823
10. Church/Parsonage Assist                 26,570
11. Other                                    7,660
12. In/Out                                   3,525
                                                     195,881 (D)

E. Properties                                         18,406 (E)

   Total Disbursements                               242,539

Balance on Hand                                      624,182




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Respectfully submitted,


Larry Fox, Treasurer




                          C. CAMP ADMINISTRATION

                                               May
            1, 2009 - April 30, 2010
Balance Forward                                                           2,877
Receipts                                                                221,070
Disbursements                                                           220,221

Balance on Hand                                                           3,726

                                   Receipts

District Center Budget 2009-2010                              181,122
District Center Budget 2008-2009                                1,198
Interest Income                                                   293
Camp Meeting Activities                                        14,359
Boys/Girls/Teen Camps                                           4,308
Leases/Taxes                                                    7,001
Other                                                           7,789
Transfer of Funds                                               5,000

Total Income***                                                         221,070
                              Disbursements

A. Salaries, Wages, Honoraria
  1. Camp Manager's Salary                           33,364
  2. Camp Meeting Evangelists                         9,963
                                                                         43,327
B. Parsonage/Housing
  1. Utilities                                        3,477
  2. Camp Manager Housing                            15,648
                                                                         19,125




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C. Employee Benefits
 1. Soc. Security SE Tax                   4,212
 2. Tax-sheltered Annuity                  3,408
 3. Hospitalization Camp Mgr.              4,862
 4. Hospitalization Camp Ass't            10,963
                                                    23,445
D. Operating Expenses
 1. Travel Expense                           843
 2. Supplies/Materials                     2,500
 3. Workers Compensation                   1,000
 4. FICA Employer Matching                 6,978
 5. Contingency                            2,000
 6. Camp Meeting Expense                   3,279
 7. MTO Teen Camp                          1,000
 8. Other                                  4,798
 9. Labor                                 16,000
10. Servicing Equipment                      103
                                                    38,501
E. Expenses on Real Property
  1. Utilities                            27,824
  2. Insurance                             7,429
  3. Taxes/Assessments                    26,232
  4. Pool Supplies                         2,900
  5. Maintenance & Repair                 19,375
  6. Sewer Service Fees                    3,345
  7. Water Service Fees                    1,603
  8. Maint-cottages                          395
  9. Debt Service                          6,720
10. Property Purchase                          0
                                                    95,823

   Total Disbursements                             220,221

Balance on Hand Administration                       3,726

                  CAMP DEVELOPMENT/FOOD
SERVICE

Balance Forward                                    136,464
Audit Adjust                                             0
Receipts                                           180,383
Disbursements                                      130,749




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Balance on Hand                                                    186,098

                                Receipts
Pledges 2009-2010                                         47,673
Pledges 2008-2009                                          6,900
Outside Usage                                             60,393
Interest Income                                              374
Lunch Stand                                                3,031
Kitchen Income                                            53,014
Dorm Project                                               1,333
Other                                                      7,665
                                                                   180,383
                              Disbursements

Food/Supplies-Dining Hall                        19,582
Materials-Snack Stand                             2,576
Labor-Snack Stand                                   375
Labor-Dining Hall                                13,786
Clean & Prep Facilities                           6,197
Grace Drive Project                                 377
Renovate Moore Complex                               75
Multipurpose Building Debt                       36,000
Sewer Line Upgrade                                  353
RV Park Upgrade                                   5,590
Renovate Cottages                                 5,200
Renovate – Other                                 29,228
Equipment                                         6,348
Miscellaneous                                        62
Transfer to District Center                       5,000

   Total Disbursements                                             130,749

Balance on Hand Development/Food Service                           186,098

*** Includes Dorm Project Fund of 80,383

BALANCE ON HAND ALL FUNDS                                          189,824

Respectfully submitted,




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Larry Fox, Treasurer



    D. Sunday School Ministries Board Treasurer
      May 1, 2009 -- April 30, 2010

Balance Forward                           47,290
Receipts                                  49,563
Disbursements                             75,933

Balance on Hand 4-30-2010                 20,920

Receipts:
Dues -- 2009-2010              15,098
Dues -- 2008-2009               1,600
Interest Income                    48
Children's Ministries          23,564
Adult Ministries                4,930
American Bible Society          1,597
Miscellaneous                      50
Teacher Appreciation            2,676

 Total Receipts                           49,563

Disbursements:
Administration                    637
TEAM/TEACH Day                      0
General Convention             15,758
Teacher Appreciation            6,173
Adult Ministries                8,320
Children's Ministries          32,439
Miscellaneous                   8,400
S.S. Ministries                 2,609
American Bible Society          1,597

 Total Disbursements                      75,933

Balance on Hand 4-30-2010                 20,920



Respectfully submitted,




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Larry Fox, Treasurer




                E. NAZARENE MISSIONS INTERNATIONAL TREASURER
                           May 1, 2009 - April 30, 2010

                                                                    ON
                            FORWARD RECEIPTS EXPENSES             HAND

District Expense               14,974           4,606     6,749   12,831
2009 Convention Special             0           3,142     3,142        0
District Convention            10,346           5,436     5,699   10,083
General Convention Fund        16,200           4,000    15,850    4,350
Compassionate Ministry              0          13,758    13,758        0
Memorial Roll/DSA                   0                                  0
Missionary Medical Plan             0              20        20        0
District Furlough Fund            149           1,000         0    1,149
Missionary Christmas Fund          83           1,175     1,174       84
LINKS                             274             844       927      191
World Mission Broadcast             0           1,641     1,641        0
Work/Witness                   10,360          10,792    15,994    5,158
World Evangelism Fund
Items                               0          76,447    76,447        0
Alabaster                           0           1,560     1,560        0
Other 10% Receipts                  0           2,035     2,035        0
Children's Project             12,102           6,717    16,481    2,338
Children's Jamboree               961               0         0      961
District Assistant                  0             600       600        0
Miscellaneous                     160              86        10      236
Interest                          447              85                532

  TOTALS                       66,056         133,944   162,087   37,913




Respectfully submitted,




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Jacqueline Blough,
Treasurer




                                 F. NYI TREASURER

Balance Forward                                                      12,827
Receipts                                                            119,345
Disbursements                                                       110,230
Balance on Hand April 30, 2010                                       21,942

RECEIPTS:
NYI Dues 2009-2010                                        18,971
NYI Dues - Last Year                                       1,918
Teen Quizzing                                              1,745
Teen Revolution                                            5,515
BLAST                                                     31,603
Fall Retreat                                              24,105
C-4 Summer Retreat                                        12,630
NYI Mission Project                                       22,858
  Total Receipts                                                   119,345

DISBURSEMENTS
NYI ADMINISTRATION                                  EXPENSES
Scholarships                                              644
Council
Meetings                                                     773
President's Expense                                          260
District Convention                                        2,068
General Convention                                         3,719
General NYI Gathering                                        696
Regional Dues                                                500
Honoraria                                                  1,350




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 WEB Page                                                  374
 District Assistant                                        600
 Miscellaneous                                             899
   TOTAL NYI ADMINISTRATION                             11,883
 NYI PROGRAMMING
 Naz. Youth Congress
 (NYC)                                                   1,959
 Teen Quizzing                                           3,235
 BLAST                                                  27,915
 Winter Retreat                                              0
 C-4 Summer Retreat                                     15,665
 Youth at Camp Meeting                                     400
 Teen Revolution                                         6,629
 Fall Retreat                                           22,133
 NYI Mission Project                                    20,411
   TOTAL NYI PROGRAMMING                                98,347
      Total Disbursements                                        110,230

 Balance on Hand April 30, 2010                                   21,942


                              Respectfully Submitted,
                              Brice D. Little




                            Supplemental Statistical Report
Northwestern Ohio
                                                                            384,833.00
Value District Property
                                                                           1,710,281.00
Value District Center
                                                                            105,000.00
Value District Parsonage
                                                                            295,752.00
Indebtedness on District Property




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       Church Name                 Pastor Name
   1   Antwerp Community           Ricky L. Grimes                                      65                          1                         0                 0                       1                        0                1                    2                           3                         63                      2                      0                      77
   2   Bellefontaine               Rev. Kenneth G. Neighoff Jr.                   115                               1                         0                 0                       1                        0                0                    0                           0                   116                          75                      0                      33
   3   Bethel Community            Rev. W. Daniel Witter                          220                               4                         0                 1                       5                        1                0                    0                           1                   224                           0                      0                 177
   4   Bowling Green               Rev. Joel L. Nichols                           197                               4                         0                 5                       9                        1                0                    0                           1                   205                          20                      0                 169
   5   Bradford                    Rev. Louis R. Reindel                                63                          3                         0                 0                       3                        0                0                    0                           0                         66                     34                      0                      46

  6    Bridgeway                                                                         0                          0                         0                 0                       0                        0                0                    0                           0                          0                      0                      0                       0
  7    Bryan                       Rev. Roger E. Blough                           176                               9                         0                 0                       9                        3                3                    0                           6                   179                     100                          0                      92
  8    Celina                      Dr. Larry D. Hamilton                          203                               2                         0                 4                       6                        1                0                    5                           6                   203                          29                      0                 101
  9    Countryside                 Rev. Carol K. Tumbleson                              32                          0                         0                 0                       0                        2                0                    0                           2                         30                     11                      0                      29
  10   Cridersville                Rev. Jonathon L. Spyker                              63                          0                         0                 0                       0                        1                0                    0                           1                         62                     19                      0                      42

  11   Defiance                    Rev. Donald P. Leonard                         202                               9                         0                 3                      12                        0                0                    0                           0                   214                          55                      0                 175
  12   Emmaus Road                 Andrew J. Lauer                                       0                          0                         0                 0                       0                        0                0                    0                           0                          0                      0                      0                      13
  13   Fayette                     Dr. Winston J. Hatcliff                        191                               3                         0                 0                       3                        1                1                    0                           2                   192                          47                      0                 122
  14   Findlay First               Rev. Michael L. McClurg                        276                              30                         0                 7                      37                        1              19                     5                          25                   288                          73                      0                 236
  15   Fort Recovery               Rev. Dennis E. Kelley                          130                               0                         0                 0                       0                        1                0                    0                           1                   129                          80                      0                      83

  16   Good Shepherd               Rev. Stuart E. Wyatt                                 36                          3                         0                 0                       3                        0                0                    0                           0                         39                      6                      0                      45
  17   Greenville                  Rev. A. Wayne Thomas                                 81                          0                         0                 1                       1                        1                2                    2                           5                         77                     42                      0                      29
  18   Grover Hill                 Rev. Jonathan L. Hoagland                            25                          0                         0                 0                       0                        0                0                    0                           0                         25                     10                      0                      19
  19   Hicksville                  Rev. Robert R. Knapp Jr.                             49                          0                         0                 0                       0                        0                0                    0                           0                         49                     22                      0                      29
 *20   Hope Community              Rev. Brandon L. Williams                       418                              15                         0                 5                      20                        4                0                    2                           6                   432                     216                          0                 274

  21   Indian Lake Northside       Rev. Timothy D. Johnson                        100                               5                         0                 1                       6                        0                3                    0                           3                   103                          34                      0                 122
  22   Jackson Center              Rev. Susan E. Kuehne                                 38                          0                         0                 0                       0                        0                0                    0                           0                         38                     26                      0                      10
  23   Kennard                     Rev. Stephen D. Anstine                              31                          0                         1                 1                       2                        0                0                    1                           1                         32                      2                      0                      32
  24   Kenton                      Rev. David R. Dooley                           137                               0                         0                 0                       0                        0                0                    0                           0                   137                          50                      0                      72
  25   Leipsic                     Rev. Christopher K. Riffle                           75                          4                         0                 0                       4                        0                0                    0                           0                         79                      9                      0                      95

  26   Lima Community              Dr. Daniel J. Huckins                    1,420                                   6                         0                 0                       6                        6           127                       4                      137                1,289                               0                      0           1,963
  27   Lima First                  Rev. John F. Perkins                           221                               0                         0                 0                       0                        1                2                    0                           3                   218                          98                      0                 105
  28   London                      Rev. Jack L. Davis                             196                              10                         0                 0                      10                        5                0                    6                          11                   195                           8                      0                 164
  29   Marysville                  Dr. Paul Whiteford                             420                              22                         3                 2                      27                        0                1                    1                           2                   445                          48                      0                 346
  30   Montpelier                  Rev. John E. Rumple                            117                               0                         0                 0                       0                        0                0                    1                           1                   116                           7                      0                      66

  31   Mount Blanchard             Rev. James B. Williams Jr.                           43                          4                         0                 2                       6                        1                0                    0                           1                         48                     20                      0                      24
  32   Mount Sterling              Rev. Ronald D. Reynolds                        415                               7                         0                 2                       9                        2                0                    1                           3                   421                           0                      0                 286
  33   Napoleon                    Rev. David Lutz                                321                               7                         0                 2                       9                        1                1                    0                           2                   328                           0                      0                 363
  34   New Carlisle                Rev. David Eugene Perry                              57                          5                         0                 2                       7                        0              17                     0                          17                         47                      3                      0                      58
  35   New Hampshire               Rev. Gregory A. Stevens                              81                          2                         0                 0                       2                        0                3                    1                           4                         79                     37                      0                      66

* Sponsored New Church this Year
MEMBERSHIP AND WORSHIP                                                                  6                          7                          8                     9                           10                        11              12                  13                              14                  15                     15a                       16                     17
2010




                                                                             Full Church Members




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Full Church Members
                                                                                                                                   Received from Other
                                                                             Reported Last Year




                                                                                                        Profession of Faith




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Lost by Transfer to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Commendation, or




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Weekly Corporate
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Associate Church
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Lost by Removal,




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Other Nazarene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Inactive Church
                                                                                                                                   Denominations




                                                                                                                                                                                                          Lost by Death




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Total Losses
                                                                                                        Received by




                                                                                                                                                              Received by




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          End of Year
                                                                                                                                                                                  Total Gains




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Churches




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Members




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Members
                                                                                                                                                              Transfer




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Worship
       Church Name                      Pastor Name
  36   New Horizon Community            Rev. David W. Rison                                  111                              13                          0                  0                       13                         0                  0                    1                           1                     123                          49                      0                      99
  37   New Life                                                                                    26                          0                          0                  0                        0                         0                  0                    2                           2                           24                     16                      0                      15
  38   Paulding                         Rev. Kim H. Semran                                   192                               0                          0                  0                        0                         1                  0                    3                           4                     188                          67                      0                 160
  39   Payne                            Rev. Michael D. Harper                               175                               0                          0                  0                        0                         2                  0                    0                           2                     173                          88                      0                 114
  40   Pioneer                          Rev. Wayne H. Sweely                                       58                          0                          0                  0                        0                         8                  5                    0                          13                           45                     30                      0                      46

  41   Piqua                            Rev. Steve H. Spoon                                  269                               6                          0                  8                       14                         8                  0                    1                           9                     274                     144                          0                 209
  42   Quest Community                  Rev. William J. Walker                                      2                          0                          0                  0                        0                         0                  0                    0                           0                            2                      0                      0                      92
  43   Sidney First                     Rev. Chad J. Wilson                                  254                               9                          5                  1                       15                         1                  0                    0                           1                     268                          75                      0                 213
  44   Spencerville                     Rev. Thomas D. Shobe                                       81                          2                          0                  0                        2                         0                  0                    2                           2                           81                     16                      0                      88
  45   Springfield First                Rev. Keith E. Sarver                                 359                               7                         13                  4                       24                         9                  1                    3                          13                     370                          50                      0                 208

  46   Springfield Grace                Rev. Claire L. Blanchett                                   79                          0                          0                  0                        0                         0                  8                    8                          16                           63                     47                      0                      11
  47   Springfield High Street          Rev. Bret Layton                                     590                              25                          0                  5                       30                        10                  1                    8                          19                     601                     144                          0                 443
  48   Springfield Maplewood            Rev. Raymond A. Sharpes                              138                               2                          0                  6                        8                         2                  6                    0                           8                     138                          58                      0                      68
  49   St. Marys First                  Rev. Timothy M. Smith                                236                               3                          3                  3                        9                         0                  8                    0                           8                     237                           0                      0                 158
  50   St. Paris Community              Rev. Paul D. Baker                                   116                               2                          0                  0                        2                         0                  0                    0                           0                     118                          63                      0                      79

  51   Swanton                          Rev. Harold E. Ratliff Jr.                           218                               8                          0                  1                        9                         0                  0                    1                           1                     226                           0                      0                 131
  52   Tipp City                        Rev. Bradley W. Warkentine                           188                               3                          0                 11                       14                         0                  8                    0                           8                     194                          58                      0                 159
  53   Toledo Faith                                                                                 0                          0                          0                  0                        0                         0                  0                    0                           0                            0                      0                      0                       0
  54   Toledo Northpoint                Rev. Steven R. Salyers                                     64                          1                          1                  1                        3                         3                  2                    0                           5                           62                     15                      0                      68
  55   Toledo Trinity                   Rev. Richard A. Ketterman                            141                               1                          0                  2                        3                         3                  0                    5                           8                     136                           8                      0                 140

 *56   Troy First                       Rev. Jeffrey A. Rollison                             374                               2                          1                  7                       10                         1                  2                    2                           5                     379                          48                      0                 230
  57   Union City                       Thomas M. Davis                                            67                          0                          0                  0                        0                         0                  1                    0                           1                           66                      0                      0                      46
 *58   Upper Valley Community           Rev. Paul L. Jetter                                  175                               1                          0                  0                        1                         1                  0                    9                          10                     166                           4                      0                 509
  59   Urbana                                                                                206                               8                          0                  0                        8                         0                  0                    5                           5                     209                          71                      0                 192
  60   Van Wert                                                                                     0                          0                          0                  0                        0                         0                  0                    0                           0                            0                      0                      0                       0

  61   Wapakoneta                       Rev. Ward R. Lewis                                   142                               0                          0                  2                        2                         0                  0                    0                           0                     144                           0                      0                 133
  62 Wauseon Community                  Rev. Timothy R. Moebs                                      90                          0                          0                  0                        0                         0                  0                    0                           0                           90                      0                      0                      69
  63 West Milton                        Rev. Charles W. Meinecke                                   83                          0                          0                  0                        0                         0                  2                    0                           2                           81                     12                      0                      49
       Northwestern Ohio Supplemental                                                               0                                                                                                 0                                            0                                                0                            0

                                                       Current Year Total          10,648                               249                              27                 89                   365                           82             224                     81                       387              10,626                       2,246                             0           9,292
                                                           Last Year Total         10,546                               392                              20                 95                   507                           93             190                  122                         405              10,648                       1,975                             0           9,427
                                                   Increase / (Decrease)                      102                     (143)                               7                 (6)                  (142)                         (11)              34                  (41)                          (18)                     (22)                  271                          0               (135)




* Sponsored New Church this Year
                                                                                            2010




                                                  Name Change
                                                                 Church Name




* Sponsored New Church this Year
                                                                                                   MEMBERSHIP AND WORSHIP




                                                   Inactive



                                   Van Wert
                                   Bridgeway
                                   Toledo Faith
                                                                 Pastor Name




                                                                      Full Church Members
                                                                                                          6




                                                                      Reported Last Year




                                                   Transfer
                                                                      Received by
                                                                                                          7




                                                                      Profession of Faith



                                                                      Received from Other
                                                                                                          8




                                                                      Denominations



                                                                      Received by
                                                                                                          9




                                                                      Transfer



                                                                      Total Gains

                                                   Merge
                                                                                                          10




                                                                      Lost by Death
                                                                                                          11




                                                                      Lost by Removal,
                                                                                                          12




                                                                      Commendation, or
                                                                      Release

                                                                      Lost by Transfer to
                                                                                                          13




                                                                      Other Nazarene
                                                                      Churches

                                                                      Total Losses
                                                                                                          14




                                                   Disorganize




                                                                      Full Church Members
                                                                                                          15




                                                                      End of Year



                                                                      Inactive Church
                                                                      Members
                                                                                                          15a




                                                                      Associate Church
                                                                                                          16




                                                                      Members
                                                   Drop




                                                                      Weekly Corporate
                                                                                                          17




                                                                      Worship
DISCIPLESHIP                                20                     20a                    21                   21a                    22                   22a                    23                     23a                    24                 24a                                 26                             27                         28            29                29a
2010




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Weekly Discipleship




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Caravan Enrollment
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                            School Attendance
                                   Responsibility List




                                                                                  Responsibility List




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                                                                                  Total Youth SDMI




                                                                                                                                                                                                     SDMI Attendance
                                                                                                                              Total Adult SDMI




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                NYI Membership
                                                                Average Weekly




                                                                                                             Average Weekly




                                                                                                                                                         Average Weekly




                                                                                                                                                                                                     Average Weekly
                                                                Children’s SDMI




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      VBS Enrollment
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Weekly Sunday




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             NMI Associate
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Total Average




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Total Average




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Membership




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Membership
                                                                                                             Youth SDMI
                                                                Attendance




                                                                                                             Attendance




                                                                                                                                                         Attendance
                                                                                                                                                         Adult SDMI



                                                                                                                                                                          Total SDMI




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           NMI Active
       Church Name

   1   Antwerp Community                                   26               9                            9              3                           83            29                      118                          41              41                      0                             0                              0                         25                42                    0
   2   Bellefontaine                                       85             32                            25              4                           40              9                     150                          45              45                      0                            48                              0                         40                15                   20
   3   Bethel Community                                    57             12                            47            15                      178                 65                      282                          92              92                      0                        169                                 0                         40           150                       20
   4   Bowling Green                                       70               7                           41            18                      172                 45                      283                          70              28                    42                             95                              0                         48                95              120
   5   Bradford                                            53             27                             9              5                           61            28                      123                          60              40                    20                             41                              0                         17                31                    0

  6    Bridgeway                                            0               0                            0              0                            0              0                            0                      0                 0                    0                             0                              0                          0                 0                    0
  7    Bryan                                               65             23                            37            18                            97            42                      199                          83              41                    42                              0                              0                         40           115                       25
  8    Celina                                              36             14                            50            16                      115                 37                      201                          67              50                    32                             56                              0                         53           140                       35
  9    Countryside                                          6               1                            7              5                           31            20                            44                     26              26                      0                            21                              0                          9                30                   12
  10   Cridersville                                        24               1                           20              2                           77              9                     121                          12              12                      0                            32                              0                         21                35                   14

  11   Defiance                                      223                  84                            77            55                      230                 59                      530                     198                175                     23                         225                                 0                         85           214                        0
  12   Emmaus Road                                         10               4                            5              0                           35              9                           50                     13                 0                    0                             0                              0                          0                 0                    0
  13   Fayette                                             73             22                            79            13                      166                 67                      318                     102                102                       0                        195                                 0                         79           146                        9
  14   Findlay First                                 102                  35                            45            17                      300               103                       447                     155                146                       9                        100                                15                         60           215                       21
  15   Fort Recovery                                       45             17                            77            25                      163                 41                      285                          83              60                      5                            94                             45                         77                50                   10

  16   Good Shepherd                                       25               7                           15              5                           20            33                            60                     45              22                    12                              0                              0                          7                 7                    0
  17   Greenville                                          20               3                            7              0                           90            15                      117                          18              18                      0                             0                              0                          0                35                   13
  18   Grover Hill                                         17               4                            5              2                           16            11                            38                     17              17                      0                             0                              0                          4                17                    3
  19   Hicksville                                          30             12                             3              0                           46            11                            79                     23              23                      0                            75                              0                          6                14                    5
 *20   Hope Community                                104                  57                            41            22                            99            56                      244                     135                135                     22                              0                             54                         53                56                   26

  21   Indian Lake Northside                               70             39                            55            21                      109                 60                      234                     120                120                     35                             42                             49                         55           103                       19
  22   Jackson Center                                      20               5                           10              0                           38              3                           68                      8                 8                    0                             0                              0                         10                38                    0
  23   Kennard                                              7               1                            1              0                           30            21                            38                     22              22                      7                             0                              0                          0                13                    4
  24   Kenton                                              20             11                            15            11                            40            35                            75                     57              54                      0                            50                             20                         12                87                    0
  25   Leipsic                                             83             12                            29            10                            73            23                      185                          45              45                    30                         115                                 0                         30                79                   31

  26   Lima Community                         1,645                     609                       470               169                 1,307                   981                 3,422                    1,759                   619                  841                                0                              0                     470           1,289                         0
  27   Lima First                                          25             22                            15            13                      120                 66                      160                     101                  93                      8                            85                              0                         30                90                   72
  28   London                                              56             55                            24            22                            95            74                      175                     151                  95                    11                         105                                 0                         31           191                        3
  29   Marysville                                    120                  80                      110                 32                      156                 92                      386                     204                179                     25                         165                                 0                     110              346                        0
  30   Montpelier                                          81             32                            55            12                      210                 30                      346                          74              74                    10                             25                              0                         55           116                  230

  31   Mount Blanchard                                     15               3                           41              3                           64            15                      120                          21              15                    12                              0                              0                         12                20                   10
  32   Mount Sterling                                161                  39                      107                 21                      234               100                       502                     160                160                       0                        193                                65                     134              360                        0
  33   Napoleon                                      237                  72                      120                 32                      301                 87                      658                     191                175                  104                           154                                 0                     225              255                       29
  34   New Carlisle                                        25             14                            14              6                           46            25                            85                     45              45                      0                            33                              0                         14                40                   11
  35   New Hampshire                                       21               4                           19              4                           65            25                      105                          33              33                      0                            21                              0                         21                79                    5

* Sponsored New Church this Year
DISCIPLESHIP                                                         20                     20a                    21                    21a                    22                   22a                    23                     23a                    24                 24a                                 26                             27                           28            29                29a
2010




                                                            Total Children’s SDMI




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Weekly Discipleship




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Caravan Enrollment
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Groups Attendance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      School Attendance
                                                            Responsibility List




                                                                                                           Responsibility List




                                                                                                                                                        Responsibility List




                                                                                                                                                                                                    Responsibility List
                                                                                                           Total Youth SDMI




                                                                                                                                                                                                                               SDMI Attendance
                                                                                                                                                        Total Adult SDMI




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            NYI Membership
                                                                                         Average Weekly




                                                                                                                                       Average Weekly




                                                                                                                                                                                   Average Weekly




                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Average Weekly
                                                                                         Children’s SDMI




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                VBS Enrollment
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Weekly Sunday




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         NMI Associate
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Total Average




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Total Average




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Membership




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Membership
                                                                                                                                       Youth SDMI
                                                                                         Attendance




                                                                                                                                       Attendance




                                                                                                                                                                                   Attendance
                                                                                                                                                                                   Adult SDMI



                                                                                                                                                                                                    Total SDMI




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       NMI Active
       Church Name

  36   New Horizon Community                                                  150                  26                            50               6                     100                 12                      300                          44              26                    18                              0                             12                            6                24                    0
  37   New Life                                                                     11               6                            4               0                           13              4                           28                     10              10                      6                             0                              0                            0                 8                    0
  38   Paulding                                                                     44             31                            53             20                      123                 62                      220                     113                103                     15                             76                             27                           60           112                       48
  39   Payne                                                                        87             19                            39               7                     220                 52                      346                          78              78                    10                         106                                14                           41           175                       20
  40   Pioneer                                                                       8               1                           15               0                           30              7                           53                      8                 8                    0                            17                              0                            0                 0                    0

  41   Piqua                                                                        24             12                            12               5                     145                 80                      181                          97              65                    32                             70                              0                           50           130                  144
  42   Quest Community                                                               3               0                           20             10                      182                 10                      205                          20                 0                  10                              0                              0                            0                 0                    0
  43   Sidney First                                                                 55             32                            95             14                      222               116                       372                     162                133                     80                         105                                 0                           28           268                        0
  44   Spencerville                                                                 68             21                            13               4                           53            24                      134                          49              49                      0                             0                              0                           19                81                    0
  45   Springfield First                                                            43             24                      178                  15                      200                 86                      421                     125                125                     10                             75                              0                           25           208                        0

  46   Springfield Grace                                                             7               2                            3               1                           15              4                           25                      7                 7                    0                             0                              0                            1                12                    5
  47   Springfield High Street                                                107                  48                            94             29                      383               185                       584                     262                262                     98                             55                              0                       165              565                        0
  48   Springfield Maplewood                                                        37             14                            53             10                            84            28                      174                          52              52                      0                            53                             20                           53           110                        1
  49   St. Marys First                                                              41             29                            30             12                            71            45                      142                          86              86                      0                        150                                 0                           15           237                        0
  50   St. Paris Community                                                          35             10                            18               4                     106                 36                      159                          50              48                      2                             0                              4                           30                48                   83

  51   Swanton                                                                      30             10                            37             23                            87            36                      154                          69              69                    60                              0                              0                           37           137                        0
  52   Tipp City                                                                    84             40                            97             51                      143                 64                      324                     155                155                       0                            58                              0                           38           100                       55
  53   Toledo Faith                                                                  0               0                            0               0                            0              0                            0                      0                 0                    0                             0                              0                            0                 0                    0
  54   Toledo Northpoint                                                            18             16                            17               5                           25            11                            60                     32              32                      6                             0                              0                           17                 0                    0
  55   Toledo Trinity                                                               47             22                            49             24                      200                 82                      296                     128                128                     13                             67                             31                           34           108                       36

 *56   Troy First                                                                   69             26                            42             21                      173               121                       284                     168                140                  110                               68                              0                           86           379                        0
  57   Union City                                                                   33             11                            29               7                           23            13                            85                     31              31                      0                             0                              0                           12                35                    0
 *58   Upper Valley Community                                                       50             40                            30             20                      102                 76                      182                     136                     0               136                           446                                 0                       100              162                        0
  59   Urbana                                                                       83             30                      137                  43                      415               107                       635                     180                180                  170                           113                                 0                           43           209                        0
  60   Van Wert                                                                      0               0                            0               0                            0              0                            0                      0                 0                    0                             0                              0                            0                 0                    0

  61 Wapakoneta                                                                     85             48                            42             13                            66            47                      193                     108                  62                    22                             48                              0                           54           120                        0
  62 Wauseon Community                                                              48             23                            22             12                            55            23                      125                          58              16                    42                             62                              0                           25                90                   10
  63 West Milton                                                                    18             12                            11               2                     110                 22                      139                          36              36                    16                             64                              0                           17                40                   35
       Northwestern Ohio Supplemental                                                                                                                                                                                      0                      0

                                     Current Year Total                4,942                  1,922                  2,874                    939                 8,253                3,679              16,069                       6,540               4,711                2,146                            3,772                           356                         2,829          7,871               1,184
                                        Last Year Total                4,895                  1,887                  2,643                    909                 8,528                3,172              16,066                       5,968               5,968                                                 4,293                           453                         3,341          8,140               1,426
                                   Increase / (Decrease)                            47             35                       231                  30                   (275)                507                             3                572           (1,257)                2,146                            (521)                              (97)                     (512)           (269)                (242)


Name Change                                      Inactive                                                                             Transfer                                                                            Merge                                                                                  Disorganize                                                                             Drop


* Sponsored New Church this Year
                                                                        2010




                                                  Church Name
                                                                               DISCIPLESHIP




* Sponsored New Church this Year
                                   Van Wert
                                   Bridgeway
                                   Toledo Faith




                                                  Total Children’s SDMI
                                                                                  20




                                                  Responsibility List



                                                  Average Weekly
                                                  Children’s SDMI
                                                                                  20a




                                                  Attendance

                                                  Total Youth SDMI
                                                                                  21




                                                  Responsibility List



                                                  Average Weekly
                                                  Youth SDMI
                                                                                  21a




                                                  Attendance

                                                  Total Adult SDMI
                                                                                  22




                                                  Responsibility List



                                                  Average Weekly
                                                  Adult SDMI
                                                                                  22a




                                                  Attendance

                                                  Total SDMI
                                                                                  23




                                                  Responsibility List



                                                  Average Weekly
                                                  SDMI Attendance
                                                                                  23a




                                                  Total Average
                                                                                  24




                                                  Weekly Sunday
                                                  School Attendance

                                                  Total Average
                                                  Weekly Discipleship
                                                                                  24a




                                                  Groups Attendance

                                                  VBS Enrollment
                                                                                  26




                                                  Caravan Enrollment
                                                                                  27




                                                  NYI Membership
                                                                                  28




                                                  NMI Active
                                                                                  29




                                                  Membership



                                                  NMI Associate
                                                  Membership
                                                                                  29a
FINANCIAL SUMMARY                     30                   31                       32                      33                    34                          35                 36                        37                     38                     39                40                     41
PART 1
2010




                                                       World Evangelism




                                                                                Approved Mission




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Education Funds
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Other Nazarene
                                                                                                                                                                             District Ministry




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                                                                                                                              Global Mission
                                                                                                                              Total Given to




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Educational
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Institution
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Assigned
                                                                                                         Interests




                                                                                                                                                                                                       Interests
                                                                                Specials
                                   Income




                                                                                                                                                                             Funds
                                                       Fund
       Church Name

   1   Antwerp Community                      62,374                3,605                           95                    0               3,700                         0                  3,698                          0                 3,698                    0                    0                       0
   2   Bellefontaine                          38,838                2,450                     1,014                       0               3,464                       860                          0                      0                        0          1,138                  60                    1,198
   3   Bethel Community                     255,078             16,546                        2,380                       0            18,926                        4,270              11,423                            0             11,423                7,472                  50                    7,522
   4   Bowling Green                        307,130                 6,394                     1,819                       0               8,213                      2,000              14,773                     1,416                16,189                       0                    0                       0
   5   Bradford                               44,573                4,901                          735                   68               5,704                      1,227                 1,749                        280                 2,029              648                   90                         738

  6    Bridgeway                                  0                         0                        0                    0                      0                      0                          0                      0                        0                 0                    0                       0
  7    Bryan                                156,397             12,165                        2,868                       0            15,033                        3,139              10,138                            0             10,138                5,494                  50                    5,544
  8    Celina                               163,354             13,948                        1,921                       0            15,869                        3,599              10,164                     1,320                11,484                6,299                       0                6,299
  9    Countryside                            51,975                3,791                     7,191                       0            10,982                         978                  2,908                        223                 3,131             1,712                  80                    1,792
  10   Cridersville                           74,274                5,458                     1,227                       0               6,685                      1,408                 4,187                        322                 4,509             2,465                124                     2,589

  11   Defiance                             290,708             18,395                        3,423                      25            21,843                        4,747              14,111                     1,082                15,193                8,308                100                     8,408
  12   Emmaus Road                            17,935                        0                       80                    0                     80                      0                  1,509                          0                 1,509                    0                    0                       0
  13   Fayette                              201,671             16,617                     12,292                         0            28,909                        4,209              12,513                          959             13,472                7,366                300                     7,666
  14   Findlay First                        491,450             30,685                     52,321                         0            83,006                        7,661              20,495                     1,747                22,242             13,406                         0            13,406
  15   Fort Recovery                        143,788             11,658                     14,569                         0            26,227                        3,009                 8,943                          0                 8,943             5,265                  50                    5,315

  16   Good Shepherd                          61,486                1,500                          291                    0               1,791                         0                  1,000                          0                 1,000                    0                    0                       0
  17   Greenville                             51,408                4,509                     1,422                       0               5,931                      1,092                 2,921                        250                 3,171             1,911                  80                    1,991
  18   Grover Hill                            19,087                1,269                          102             1,371                  2,742                         0                         89                      0                       89                 0                    0                       0
  19   Hicksville                             30,112                      460                      361                    0                    821                    179                        236                     44                      280                 0               11                          11
 *20   Hope Community                       618,434             30,460                        3,632                       0            34,092                        7,861              23,366                     1,792                25,158             13,756                         0            13,756

  21   Indian Lake Northside                231,715             14,631                        8,185                     196            23,012                        3,776              10,100                          861             10,961                6,607                100                     6,707
  22   Jackson Center                         10,238                        0                        0                    0                      0                    317                          0                      0                        0                 0                    0                       0
  23   Kennard                                61,283                3,041                          735                    0               3,776                       785                  2,100                        209                 2,309             1,373                       0                1,373
  24   Kenton                               106,810                 7,761                     3,787                       0            11,548                        2,003                       456               5,359                    5,815             3,505                  25                    3,530
  25   Leipsic                                76,525                5,721                     1,375                       0               7,096                      1,477                 3,950                        347                 4,297             2,584                100                     2,684

  26   Lima Community                   3,153,911            160,101                   166,816                            0         326,917                         41,316          110,532                        9,420             119,952               72,904               9,000                  81,904
  27   Lima First                           182,400             14,875                             903             1,322               17,100                        3,772              11,213                          860             12,073                2,000                       0                2,000
  28   London                               210,711             19,034                        6,724                       0            25,758                        4,913              13,141                            0             13,141                8,597                200                     8,797
  29   Marysville                           601,714             36,752                        5,841                      25            42,618                        5,499                 5,000                          0                 5,000              600                        0                     600
  30   Montpelier                             89,516                2,917                     3,139                      10               6,066                      1,933                 1,860                        440                 2,300                    0               20                          20

  31   Mount Blanchard                        62,520                5,261                          799                    0               6,060                      1,229                 3,652                        305                 3,957             2,150                  50                    2,200
  32   Mount Sterling                       456,627             36,908                     28,687                       100            65,695                        9,525              25,481                     2,172                27,653             16,668                  200                 16,868
  33   Napoleon                             487,401             28,000                     26,241                         0            54,241                        6,527              17,463                     1,489                18,952             11,423                         0            11,423
  34   New Carlisle                           94,525                9,313                     4,728                     850            14,891                        1,248                 3,340                        647                 3,987             2,185                200                     2,385
  35   New Hampshire                          53,199                2,995                     1,443                      25               4,463                       759                  1,894                          0                 1,894             1,136                       0                1,136

* Sponsored New Church this Year
FINANCIAL SUMMARY                                              30                   31                             32                      33                    34                          35                   36                           37                     38                     39                40                     41
PART 1
2010




                                                                                World Evangelism




                                                                                                               Approved Mission




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Education Funds
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Other Nazarene
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                                                                                                                                                             Global Mission
                                                                                                                                                             Total Given to




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                                                            Total Church




                                                                                                                                        Other Global




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Educational
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Instituions
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Institution
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                                                                                                                                        Interests




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Interests
                                                                                                               Specials
                                                            Income




                                                                                                                                                                                                              Funds
                                                                                Fund
       Church Name

  36   New Horizon Community                                           53,489                       38                            100                    0                    138                      38                         150                         0                      150            38                   45                          83
  37   New Life                                                        26,445                      230                            972                    0               1,202                        402                   1,136                            92                 1,228                    0               50                          50
  38   Paulding                                                      218,311             14,194                              1,765                       0            15,959                         3,663                  6,388                           835                 7,223                    0             400                          400
  39   Payne                                                         142,589             11,147                              2,607                      50            13,804                         2,877                          0                       656                      656                 0                    0                       0
  40   Pioneer                                                         71,127                2,434                           1,160                     250               3,844                        628                   2,025                             0                 2,025             1,099                  25                    1,124

  41   Piqua                                                         286,910             11,500                              4,732                       0            16,232                         2,968                  7,939                           677                 8,616             5,193                100                     5,293
  42   Quest Community                                               172,356                       600                       5,594                       0               6,194                          0                12,464                               0             12,464                       0               25                          25
  43   Sidney First                                                  276,728             18,188                              4,168                     527            22,883                         4,694               12,557                        1,070                13,627                8,214                  50                    8,264
  44   Spencerville                                                  131,618                 7,582                           1,359                       0               8,941                       1,825                        840                  5,810                    6,650             3,327                       0                3,327
  45   Springfield First                                             445,016             53,171                              5,310                     264            58,745                         9,241               26,097                        2,107                28,204             16,173                         0            16,173

  46   Springfield Grace                                               10,250                        0                             86                    0                     86                       0                           0                         0                        0                 0                    0                       0
  47   Springfield High Street                                       619,053             38,440                              2,365                       0            40,805                         9,920               28,800                               0             28,800             17,360                         0            17,360
  48   Springfield Maplewood                                         100,231                 7,524                           1,411                      50               8,985                       1,908                  5,670                           505                 6,175             3,339                  84                    3,423
  49   St. Marys First                                               290,074             23,328                              7,916                     862            32,106                         6,020               17,358                        1,373                18,731             10,535                         0            10,535
  50   St. Paris Community                                             93,933                6,517                           9,616                     138            16,271                         1,633                  4,369                           271                 4,640             2,857                  75                    2,932

  51   Swanton                                                       168,008             12,181                           10,128                         0            22,309                         3,054                  9,079                           836                 9,915             5,345                       0                5,345
  52   Tipp City                                                     374,528             24,471                           22,815                         0            47,286                         5,947               15,909                        1,516                17,425             10,406               6,550                  16,956
  53   Toledo Faith                                                        0                         0                              0                    0                      0                       0                           0                         0                        0                 0                    0                       0
  54   Toledo Northpoint                                               77,105                3,089                                651                    0               3,740                       1,530                        830                         0                      830                 0                    0                       0
  55   Toledo Trinity                                                292,904             22,676                              6,586                      89            29,351                         5,839               16,894                              11             16,905             10,183                         0            10,183

 *56   Troy First                                                    362,373             22,889                           10,135                         0            33,024                         1,907               17,558                               0             17,558                       0                    0                       0
  57   Union City                                                      28,398                2,774                                209                    0               2,983                        746                   2,128                           173                 2,301             1,250                  20                    1,270
 *58   Upper Valley Community                                        603,791             34,389                           55,661                  5,245               95,295                         8,874               26,015                               0             26,015             15,530                  100                 15,630
  59   Urbana                                                        361,982             31,512                              2,818                1,720               36,050                         8,928               23,882                        2,036                25,918                7,375                  50                    7,425
  60   Van Wert                                                            0                         0                              0                    0                      0                       0                           0                         0                        0                 0                    0                       0

  61 Wapakoneta                                                      148,648             10,799                              2,445                       0            13,244                         2,787                  8,284                           638                 8,922             4,877                       4                4,881
  62 Wauseon Community                                                 54,612                3,145                                310                    0               3,455                       1,283                          0                         0                        0                 0             140                          140
  63 West Milton                                                       77,309                6,064                           1,718                      25               7,807                       1,565                  4,652                           421                 5,073             2,739                  50                    2,789
       Northwestern Ohio Supplemental                                                                                                                                           0                                                                                                      0                                                              0

                                     Current Year Total       14,446,955               901,003                        529,783                  13,212         1,443,998                            219,595           605,429                        50,571               656,000              332,812             18,658                351,470
                                        Last Year Total       14,860,474               878,259                        654,950                  18,937         1,552,146                            237,559           690,109                           3,257             693,366              355,562                                   355,562
                                   Increase / (Decrease)            (413,519)              22,744                   (125,167)                    (5,725)         (108,148)                         (17,964)            (84,680)                      47,314                (37,366)           (22,750)             18,658                    (4,092)


Name Change                                      Inactive                                                Transfer                                                   Merge                                                               Disorganize                                                Drop


* Sponsored New Church this Year
                                                                     2010
                                                                     PART 1




                                                  Church Name




* Sponsored New Church this Year
                                                                              FINANCIAL SUMMARY




                                   Van Wert
                                   Bridgeway
                                   Toledo Faith




                                                  Total Church
                                                                                   30




                                                  Income




                                                  World Evangelism
                                                                                   31




                                                  Fund




                                                  Approved Mission
                                                                                   32




                                                  Specials




                                                  Other Global
                                                                                   33




                                                  Interests




                                                  Total Given to
                                                                                   34




                                                  Global Mission




                                                  Pension Fund
                                                                                   35




                                                  District Ministry
                                                                                   36




                                                  Funds




                                                  Other District
                                                                                   37




                                                  Interests




                                                  Total Given to
                                                                                   38




                                                  District Mission




                                                  Assigned
                                                                                   39




                                                  Educational
                                                  Institution




                                                  Other Nazarene
                                                                                   40




                                                  Educational
                                                  Instituions




                                                  Total Given to
                                                                                   41




                                                  Education Funds
FINANCIAL SUMMARY                     42                                43                 44                     44a                          45                         46                        47                        48                    49                    50                      51
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                                                                                                                                          Local Compassionate
                                   Buildings, Properties




                                                                                                                                                                                               Total Used for Local
2010




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                                                                                        Pastor, Associate,




                                                                                                                 Pastor, Associate,
                                                                                        and Support Staff




                                                                                                                 and Support Staff




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Those Properties
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Indebtedness on
                                                                                                                                                                      All Other Church




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Value of Church
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Total Missional
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Disbursements
                                   Improvements




                                                               Debt Service
                                   and Capital




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                                                                                        Salaries




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                                                                                                                                                                                               Mission




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Full?
       Church Name

   1   Antwerp Community                                   0                   14,933          14,343                   10,949                                  704                 1,200                   42,129                 49,527             540,000                198,215              No
   2   Bellefontaine                               550                             0              9,672                 13,449                                  310             11,990                      35,971                 41,493             387,380                            0        No
   3   Bethel Community                    10,253                              38,400          19,967                   38,516                                  409             75,847                 183,392                  225,533               800,000                341,000             Yes
   4   Bowling Green                       30,288                              49,269          66,400                   53,600                            1,400                 81,470                 282,427                  308,829          2,000,000                   588,534              No
   5   Bradford                               1,341                             2,880                   50              20,846                                  206             10,946                      36,269                 45,967             250,000                       4,100         No

  6    Bridgeway                                           0                       0                         0                        0                           0                        0                          0                     0                     0                      0        No
  7    Bryan                                  4,398                            18,705          33,685                   28,110                            6,833                 39,837                 131,568                  165,422          1,400,000                   206,883             Yes
  8    Celina                                 3,381                                0           28,963                   63,134                                  275             39,093                 134,846                  172,097          1,400,000                               0       Yes
  9    Countryside                            2,410                                0              2,600                 15,882                                  340             18,387                      39,619                 56,502             125,000                            0       Yes
  10   Cridersville                                204                          6,812          14,100                   14,296                                  384             20,040                      55,836                 71,027             673,800                   42,483           Yes

  11   Defiance                               5,196                            51,581          61,189                   64,350                            2,719                 45,949                 230,984                  281,175          1,575,000                   610,672             Yes
  12   Emmaus Road                            1,488                                0              2,000                               0                         760                      681                    4,929                  6,518                      0                      0       Yes
  13   Fayette                                5,990                            13,029          31,243                   10,851                                    0             68,609                 129,722                  183,978               292,000                   59,000           Yes
  14   Findlay First                       64,477                              67,414          88,250                   56,581                            1,823                 45,276                 323,821                  450,136          3,000,000                   710,256             Yes
  15   Fort Recovery                          5,800                             2,230          39,540                   15,297                                    0             17,459                      80,326              123,820          2,680,000                      16,347           Yes

  16   Good Shepherd                       50,000                                550                         0          22,100                            2,500                     1,500                   76,650                 79,441             100,000                   50,000           Yes
  17   Greenville                                          0                       0           21,640                                 0                   1,170                 15,255                      38,065                 50,250             300,000                            0       Yes
  18   Grover Hill                                         0                       0              8,580                    2,600                                  0                 7,531                   18,711                 21,542                88,000                          0        No
  19   Hicksville                                  495                          3,796             4,964                 12,202                                   55                 5,945                   27,457                 28,748             565,000                   52,658            No
 *20   Hope Community                      30,806                             146,011          85,391                   75,245                            1,687              123,073                   462,213                  543,080          2,953,600             1,701,820                 Yes

  21   Indian Lake Northside               26,130                                  0           15,470                   43,859                            9,994              129,129                   224,582                  269,038               870,000                            0       Yes
  22   Jackson Center                                82                         1,145                        0             3,465                                300                 5,233                   10,225                 10,542                60,000                     4,005         No
  23   Kennard                                6,809                                0                         0          25,204                                  706             11,032                      43,751                 51,994             230,000                            0       Yes
  24   Kenton                                              0                       0           28,016                      8,600                                120             55,213                      91,949              114,845                  70,000                          0       Yes
  25   Leipsic                                2,615                                0              9,561                 18,721                            3,230                 25,151                      59,278                 74,832             330,000                            0       Yes

  26   Lima Community                   244,381                               331,603        403,570                  390,366                             3,354        1,063,148                 2,436,422                 3,006,511            11,497,772             1,498,900                 Yes
  27   Lima First                                          0                       0           26,200                   38,300                                  500             24,000                      89,000              123,945          1,236,000                      30,500            No
  28   London                                 8,803                                0           58,234                   32,539                            4,809                 22,689                 127,074                  179,683               492,720                            0       Yes
  29   Marysville                       131,093                               125,647          93,187                   85,880                                  380          111,811                   547,998                  601,715          3,450,000             1,400,236                  No
  30   Montpelier                             1,920                             8,100          10,400                   20,318                            2,749                 31,436                      74,923                 85,242             325,700                   59,997            No

  31   Mount Blanchard                     16,076                                  0           12,777                   25,476                            1,938                 14,486                      70,753                 84,199             258,000                            0       Yes
  32   Mount Sterling                      22,101                                  0         140,906                    56,956                            5,115              104,284                   329,362                  449,103          1,650,000                               0       Yes
  33   Napoleon                            21,069                              48,884          96,573                   67,672                        23,173                 129,575                   386,946                  478,089          2,500,000                   184,700             Yes
  34   New Carlisle                        40,470                                  0                         0          28,043                        10,470                    18,461                      97,444              119,955               500,000                            0       Yes
  35   New Hampshire                          1,106                                0           18,200                      6,246                          1,200                 14,734                      41,486                 49,738             300,000                            0        No

* Sponsored New Church this Year
FINANCIAL SUMMARY                                              42                                43                    44                     44a                          45                           46                        47                        48                    49                    50                             51
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                                                                                                                                                                      Local Compassionate
                                                            Buildings, Properties




                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Total Used for Local
2010




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Allocations Paid in
                                                                                                                    Pastor, Associate,




                                                                                                                                             Pastor, Associate,
                                                                                                                    and Support Staff




                                                                                                                                             and Support Staff




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Those Properties
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Indebtedness on
                                                                                                                                                                                                    All Other Church




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Value of Church
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Total Missional
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Disbursements
                                                            Improvements




                                                                                        Debt Service
                                                            and Capital




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Properties
                                                                                                                                                                      Ministries




                                                                                                                                                                                                    Ministries
                                                                                                                    Salaries




                                                                                                                                             Benefits




                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Mission




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Full?
       Church Name

  36   New Horizon Community                                           2,828                                0              29,253                   10,325                                    0               15,360                      57,766                 58,175             275,000                            0               No
  37   New Life                                                     18,534                               4,281                           0          17,270                                  150               15,450                      55,685                 58,567             300,000                   20,129                   No
  38   Paulding                                                        2,796                            84,676             35,960                   37,647                                    0               66,655                 227,734                  254,979          2,600,000                   617,880                     No
  39   Payne                                                                799                         50,161             22,860                   15,045                            1,500                   36,449                 126,814                  144,151          1,500,000                   318,760                     No
  40   Pioneer                                                         3,158                             5,914                3,219                 23,475                            2,227                            914                38,907                 46,528             490,000                   72,202                  Yes

  41   Piqua                                                        21,542                              77,350             53,986                   48,003                            1,328                   50,938                 253,147                  286,256          1,500,000                   166,000                    Yes
  42   Quest Community                                           166,463                                10,230             47,403                      7,497                          4,043                   16,291                 251,927                  270,610               435,465                195,786                     No
  43   Sidney First                                                    3,486                            49,792             80,234                   66,530                                  600               23,438                 224,080                  273,548          1,950,000                   536,117                    Yes
  44   Spencerville                                                    1,302                                0              10,125                   21,050                                   75               60,354                      92,906              113,649               350,000                            0              Yes
  45   Springfield First                                            30,943                                  0              46,910                   77,836                            1,500                164,931                   322,120                  434,483          2,252,226                               0              Yes

  46   Springfield Grace                                                            0                       0                 6,000                               0                           0                   4,100                   10,100                 10,186             270,000                            0               No
  47   Springfield High Street                                         7,810                            90,000             80,285                 147,525                                   565            197,742                   523,927                  620,812          1,200,000                   732,778                    Yes
  48   Springfield Maplewood                                           2,937                                0              18,980                   30,222                            1,007                   27,937                      81,083              101,574               350,000                            0              Yes
  49   St. Marys First                                                 2,069                            18,332             61,481                   92,246                            1,128                   53,031                 228,287                  295,679          1,000,000                   192,134                    Yes
  50   St. Paris Community                                             1,257                             9,663             14,010                   22,724                            5,411                   16,328                      69,393                 94,869             520,534                   14,679                  Yes

  51   Swanton                                                         6,000                                0              18,216                   47,393                                    0               48,568                 120,177                  160,800          1,500,000                               0              Yes
  52   Tipp City                                                    24,533                                  0              51,195                   66,670                            1,396                102,302                   246,096                  333,710          3,000,000                               0              Yes
  53   Toledo Faith                                                                 0                       0                            0                        0                           0                          0                          0                     0                     0                      0               No
  54   Toledo Northpoint                                               1,893                             4,120             16,503                   20,236                                  500               25,877                      69,129                 75,229             897,000                   11,200                   No
  55   Toledo Trinity                                                  1,347                            43,438             62,774                   40,142                                  890               67,699                 216,290                  278,568          3,835,800                   502,443                    Yes

 *56 Troy First                                                        6,778                            44,085             43,545                   57,453                            1,092                146,953                   299,906                  352,395          2,288,000                   167,750                     No
  57 Union City                                                             969                             0                            0             2,801                                  0                          0                    3,770              11,070             240,000                            0              Yes
 *58 Upper Valley Community                                         99,816                             103,803             98,034                 131,253                             1,000                   80,801                 514,707                  660,521          1,600,000                   215,000                    Yes
  59 Urbana                                                                 836                         57,734           116,284                    51,849                            2,276                   83,529                 312,508                  390,829          1,500,000                   983,000                     No
  60 Van Wert                                                                       0                       0                            0                        0                           0                          0                          0                     0                     0                      0               No

  61 Wapakoneta                                                     43,950                              20,342                           0          22,424                                    0               67,469                 154,185                  184,019               500,000                   83,202                  Yes
  62 Wauseon Community                                                      609                             0              20,730                                 0                           0                          0                21,339                 26,217             320,000                            0               No
  63 West Milton                                                            416                             0              11,700                   22,432                                  697               23,945                      59,190                 76,424             600,000                            0              Yes
       Northwestern Ohio Supplemental                                                                                                                                                                                                               0                     0

                                     Current Year Total      1,192,803                      1,604,910                2,395,358                2,449,701                       116,998                3,787,531               11,547,301                 14,218,364            74,173,997            12,589,366
                                        Last Year Total      2,221,029                      1,778,699                1,929,624                2,721,942                           56,607             3,834,189               12,542,090                 15,380,723            78,106,866            13,333,539
                                   Increase / (Decrease)    (1,028,226)                            (173,789)             465,734                (272,241)                          60,391                    (46,658)              (994,789)            (1,162,359)           (3,932,869)                (744,173)


Name Change                                      Inactive                                                        Transfer                                                                   Merge                                                       Disorganize                                                        Drop


* Sponsored New Church this Year
                                                                    2010
                                                                    PART 2




                                                  Church Name




* Sponsored New Church this Year
                                                                             FINANCIAL SUMMARY




                                   Van Wert
                                   Bridgeway
                                   Toledo Faith




                                                  Buildings, Properties
                                                                                  42




                                                  and Capital
                                                  Improvements




                                                  Debt Service
                                                                                  43




                                                  Pastor, Associate,
                                                                                  44




                                                  and Support Staff
                                                  Salaries




                                                  Pastor, Associate,
                                                                                  44a




                                                  and Support Staff
                                                  Benefits




                                                  Local Compassionate
                                                                                  45




                                                  Ministries




                                                  All Other Church
                                                                                  46




                                                  Ministries




                                                  Total Used for Local
                                                                                  47




                                                  Mission




                                                  Total Missional
                                                                                  48




                                                  Disbursements




                                                  Value of Church
                                                                                  49




                                                  Properties




                                                  Indebtedness on
                                                                                  50




                                                  Those Properties




                                                  Allocations Paid in
                                                                                  51




                                                  Full?