Topsy Turvy In The Church of the Nazarene Wayne G. Greve This book is the result of the experiences of the author and his family. It is an epic journey that reveals the struggles of faith against the powers of darkness. The author candidly shares his view that there is a church within the visible church which is the Bride of Christ. He invites all who have been injured to return to the church with an awareness that many things which happen to us in church are not due to those who make up the Bride of Christ. The book sketches briefly the history of a church that represents a specific subgroup in the American population. It warns historically of the dangers that happen to churches on their journeys. Christians must be the guardians of their own souls if their salvation is consummated. The journey of the church leans ever to bureaucratic and power structures. History seems to ever repeat itself. The author researches two Nazarene Districts. This reveals the true condition of a denomination headed for historical oblivion unless it reverses course. The book ends with a personal triumph of the souls of two who struggle to regroup and maintain their faith in the face of overwhelming disappointments in the visible church. The research on two Nazarene Districts should provide "church growth experts" food for thought.