Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City (1912 - 2014) was the primary imprint of the Nazarene Publishing House (NPH) (the publishing arm of the Church of the Nazarene), which is the world's largest publisher of Wesleyan-Holiness literature. Founded in 1912 after the Third General Assembly of the Church of the Nazarene, the Nazarene Publishing House was formed by the merger of three independent publishing houses that were operated by the Church. NPH published the Herald of Holiniess, a weekly paper, from 1912 until 1999, when it was discontinued in favor of a new publication, Holiness Today. The Church of the Nazarene's Board of General Superintendents announced in October 2014 that NPH would shut down. However, that decision had changed by November in favor of a restructuring. NPH began a rebranding process in 2017 and became known as The Foundry Publishing, under which name it is operating today.

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