WEST TEXAS DISTRICT LOCAL NMI PRESIDENT'S REPORT
Thank you for serving as the key missions leader for your church. This is the annual report for President of Nazarene Missions International for your local church for the ending church year.
Please submit your report by March 15, 2020.
PLEASE ANSWER EACH QUESTION IN THIS FORM AND SEND YOUR REPORT BY CLICKING THE "SUBMIT" BUTTON AT THE END OF THE FORM. IF YOU CANNOT COMPLETE THIS ELECTRONIC REPORT, PLEASE CALL YOUR NMI ZONE COORDINATOR OR THE DISTRICT NMI SECRETARY, KAREN DAVISSON, AT 817-915-3650. Or email her at
The sections of this electronic form are as follows:
1. NMI President's Report
2. Elected and Ex-Officio Delegates to the District NMI Convention
3. West Texas District Bowers Blue Ribbon Church Information
A COPY OF YOUR COMPLETED REPORT WILL BE SENT TO THE EMAIL ADDRESS PROVIDED BELOW:
SECTION 1. NMI PRESIDENT'S REPORT
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Your Church Name
Choose the name of your church from this list
Amarillo African Community
Amarillo North Beacon
Amarillo South Georgia
Amarillo Turning Point
Arlington JesuCristo Vive
Arlington Naya Jeevan (CTM)
Arlington Renewed Life
Arlington Restoration Community
Big Spring First
Big Spring Cedar Road (PAC)
Burkburnett New Hope
Cactus Hispanic (CTM)
Canyon Intersection Community
Carrollton Watered Garden Korean (PAC)
Dalhart Casa de Oracion (PAC)
Decatur Jesucristo es el Camino
Denton Familia de Naciones
Denton Hope Community
Denton Hope Community Hispanic (PAC)
Denton Willowood Chinese (PAC)
DFW Living Christian
Dumas Nueva Vida
Euless First Hispanic
Fort Worth Christ City
Fort Worth CrossPoint
Fort Worth Crossroads Tabernacle
Fort Worth Crossroads Tabernacle Haltom City Campus (PAC)
Fort Worth Emanuel
Fort Worth El Remanente
Fort Worth First
Fort Worth Fuente de Gracia
Fort Worth Haltom City
Fort Worth Hanain (One in Christ) Korean
Fort Worth Northside
Fort Worth Renovation Community
Fort Worth Rios de Alabanza y Adoracion (CTM)
Fort Worth RisenPoint International
Fort Worth River Oaks Iglesia
Fort Worth Riverside Community
Fort Worth Sobre la Roca
Fort Worth Trinity
Fort Worth Westridge
Hereford New Bethel
Hurst Pursuit Fellowship
Lantana Community Fellowship
MidCities African United Fellowship (CTM)
Muleshoe Nuevo Pacto
Pilot Point Grace Point
Wichita Falls First
Wichita Falls Cristo Vive
Wichita Falls Lakeview
Select your Zone from the list. Check with your pastor or see the 2019 District Journal if unsure which zone your church is in.
Please coordinate with your Pastor on the number of NMI Members and Associate Members. The correct totals are to be entered on the Pastor's Annual Report. The NMI President does NOT need to report these numbers this year -- only the Pastor. But please make sure all members of your congregation receive the message of Missions. Missions should not be limited to one small group that meets periodically. Any person who is a member of the Church of the Nazarene and supports Nazarene Missions International (NMI) may be a member of NMI in that local church including children, youth, and adult church members. NMI Associate Members can include non-church member children, youth, and adults.
MISSIONS INVOLVEMENT IN YOUR CHURCH
Churches are recognized as a MISSIONS PRIORITY ONE church if they pay World Evangelism Fund in full and can answer "Yes" to each question below indicating accomplishment in the MISSIONS PRIORITY ONE areas of: PRAY, TEACH, GIVE, CHILDREN AND YOUTH, WEF, ALABASTER, and LINKS.
Did your church pray for missions, missionaries, and needs in the world? Choose "Yes" or "No"
Did your church teach about Nazarene missions, missionaries, and ministry on a global level to adults, youth, and children? This may include teaching through media, printed materials, missions speakers, and special missions projects. Choose "Yes" or "No"
Did your church achieve "WORLD EVANGELISM CHURCH" status by giving at least 5.5% of income to World Evangelism Fund? Choose "Yes" or "No." Note: Payment in full of WEF must be verified by the District Office through your pastor's APR (annual pastor's report).
Amount Given to WEF
Enter amount given to World Evangelism Fund. Use amount reported using the "Funding the Mission" system, if possible.
CHILDREN AND YOUTH
Did your church engage children and youth in missions, that can impact the call of God in their lives, which for some will be a call into Missions service? (If your congregation is without children or youth, would you have engaged children and youth?) Choose "Yes" or "No"
Did your church give to Alabaster? Choose "Yes" or "No"
Amount given to Alabaster
Did your church pray for your assigned LINKS missionary? Choose"Yes" or "No"
MISSIONS PRIORITY ONE ACHIEVEMENT
Did your church achieve "MISSIONS PRIORITY ONE?" Your church is a "MISSIONS PRIORITY ONE" church if you answered yes to each question above, indicating accomplishment in each of the "MISSIONS PRIORITY ONE" functional areas of: PRAY, TEACH, GIVE, CHILDREN AND YOUTH, WEF, ALABASTER, and LINKS. Choose "Yes" or "No"
WORLD EVANGELISM CHURCH OF EXCELLENCE
Is your church a WORLD EVANGELISM CHURCH of EXCELLENCE (5.7%)?
Did your church give at least 5.7% of adjusted church income for World Evangelism Fund or overpayment of $1,500 more than 5.5% (whichever is less)? Please use care in determining your level of accomplishment. Choose "Yes" or "No."
ADDITIONAL MISSION PARTICIPATION
Great Commission Testimony - Share Your Story
Please describe below any event, or involvement that you think noteworthy, that you would like to share of how your local congregation participated in the Great Commission in support of our Nazarene mission to "make Christlike disciples in the nations" during this past year. Give information about any missions service projects that your church was or is involved in.
MISSIONARY CARE PARTICIPATION
The Memorial Roll, established in 1919, is a way to honor the memory of deceased friends and loved ones. A certificate is purchased and may be presented to a family member or displayed in the church. Churches or individuals may purchase as many Memorial Roll Certificates as desired. Those memorialized need not be members of the church. Funds from purchases of Memorial Roll Certificates are used for missionary health care.
Number of Memorial Roll Certificates presented:
Numerical number of Memorial Roll Certificates presented (ex: 2, not two)
Distinguished Service Award
The Distinguished Service Award (DSA) is a tribute to church people who are living, for their service to the church. Although the DSA is given through Nazarene Missions International, it need not be given for service in the area of Missions. A church may honor anyone in the church for their service through the purchase and presentation of a DSA. The DSA may only be given by a church or a group within the church. Individuals may not give this award. Funds from purchases of the DSA are used for Missionary Health Care.
Number of Distinguished Service Awards Presented:
Numerical number of Distinguished Service Awards (Ex: 2, not two)
NMI PRESIDENT FOR NEW CHURCH YEAR
(Even if no change)
First Class Mail Address
Street address if different from mailing address
NMI President's Email
Most NMI correspondence will be via e-mail. If you have no e-mail, please give the email address of someone who will receive messages for and will share with the President.
Home phone of NMI President
Cell/Mobile phone of NMI President
Name of person completing this report
E-mail address of person completing this report
SECTION 2. ELECTED DELEGATES TO DISTRICT NMI CONVENTION
Membership of the District NMI Convention (See NMI Constitution, Article VI, Section 3.A.3):
1. Ex officio members: shall be district NMI Council; district superintendent; all assigned ministers and full-time salaried associate ministers of local churches; lay members of the district advisory board; the local NMI presidents of the assembly year just ending, and newly elected NMI presidents or newly elected vice presidents if the newly elected president cannot attend; Global NMI Council member; retired assigned ministers; retired missionaries; missionaries on home assignment; and missionary appointees; and any former district NMI presidents who retain their membership on the district.
2. Elected delegates from each local church or church-type mission shall be NMI members (15 years of age or older). The number of maximum elected delegates shall be based on the following formula: two delegates from each local NMI of 25 members or fewer, and one additional delegate for each additional 25 members or major portion thereof. Membership shall be based on the NMI membership reported at the local NMI annual meeting when elections take place.
Senior Pastor First Name
Type senior pastor's first name or interim/supply pastor if appropriate
Senior Pastor Last Name
Type senior pastor's last name or interim/supply pastor if appropriate
Number of Primary NMI Delegates Elected
Enter the numerical number of Delegates elected (Ex: 2, not two)
Names of Elected Delegates (In Order of Election)
Type names in order of election. #1 should be listed as the person with the most votes. #2 should be listed as the person with the 2nd most votes. #3 should be listed as the person with the 3rd most votes, etc., until all elected delegates are listed. Separate names by a semicolon (;) and a space.
Number of Alternate Delegates Elected
Numerical number of Alternate Delegates Elected (Ex: 2, not two)
Names of Elected Alternate Delegates (In order of election)
Type the names in order of election. #1 should be listed as the person with the most votes, #2 should be listed as the person with the 2nd most votes, #3 should be listed as the person with the 3rd most votes, etc., until all elected alternates are listed. Separate names by a semicolon (;) and a space.
Number of Ex Officio Delegates
Numerical number of Ex Officio Delegates Elected (Ex: 2, not two)
Ex officio Members of NMI Convention (Other than Pastor and NMI President -- Do not list pastor and NMI President)
Ex officio members of the Convention shall be District NMI Council; district superintendent; all assigned ministers and full-time salaried associate ministers of local churches; lay members of the District Advisory Board; the local NMI presidents of the assembly year just ending, and newly elected NMI presidents or newly elected vice presidents if the newly elected president cannot attend; Global NMI Council member; retired assigned ministers; retired missionaries, missionaries on home assignment, and missionary appointees; and any former district NMI presidents who retain their membership on the district. Separate names by a semicolon (;) and a space. DO NOT INCLUDE THE NAMES OF SENIOR PASTOR OR CURRENT NMI PRESIDENT AS THEY ARE LISTED EARLIER IN THIS REPORT.
SECTION 3. WEST TEXAS DISTRICT BOWERS BLUE RIBBON CHURCH
West Texas District NMI gives special recognition to churches for accomplishment beyond Missions Priority One in district level ministries. Your "Yes" or "No" response to each of the the following questions in addition to questions asked earlier in your report about Alabaster and World Evangelism Fund, will provide the necessary information to determine if your church has achieved BOWERS BLUE RIBBON CHURCH.
Supported Nazarene Compassionate Ministries
Did your church support Nazarene Compassionate Ministries?
Contributed to the Children's Mission Project
Did your church contribute to the Children's Mission Project?
Contributed to the West Texas District Teen Missions Project
Did your church contribute to the Teen Mission Project?
Contributed to the West Texas District Work & Witness Offering
Did your church contribute to the West Texas District Work & Witness Offering?
Contributed to the World Mission Broadcast?
Missionary Health Care was supported in at least one of the following ways: Purchased Memorial Roll(s); purchased Distinguished Service Award(s); sent Gifts from the Heart; sent Missionary Healthcare Offering
Did your church send 5% of adjusted church income (District Unified Budget) to the West Texas District Finance Officer to help support Nazarene Missions International on our district?
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Before going any further, please scroll back through your responses, and make sure that you have answered all "required" questions. Questions identified with an asterisk (*) must have a response or your report will not submit. Upon successful submission, you will receive a message telling you your response has been recorded. Thank you for your careful attention to this important report. If you need assistance, please call Karen Davisson at 817-915-3650 or email her at
YOU MAY WANT TO PRINT YOUR REPORT BEFORE CLICKING THE "SUBMIT" BUTTON. HOWEVER, AFTER YOU CLICK THE "SUBMIT" BUTTON, A COPY OF YOUR RESPONSE SHOULD BE RECEIVED AT THE EMAIL ADDRESS YOU PROVIDED AT THE BEGINNING OF THE FORM.
REMEMBER, INFORMATION YOU ENTER ON THIS ON-LINE FORM IS DELETED UPON SUBMISSION. IF YOU WANT TO KEEP A COPY OF THIS REPORT, YOU MUST PRINT IT BEFORE CLICKING THE "SUBMIT" BUTTON. YOU CANNOT SAVE THE INFORMATION ENTERED NOR PRINT IT AFTER SUBMITTING IT. If you have the capability, you may save it as a .pdf file if you do so before clicking the "Submit" button. AFTER YOU CLICK THE "SUBMIT" BUTTON YOU CAN CONTACT THE DISTRICT NMI SECRETARY TO FIND OUT WHAT WAS SUBMITTED.
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