The Apostle Paul wrote that the Church will be dysfunctional if all believers try to do the same job. While all believers are called to join God in His mission, the specific ways in which we participate are different.

In Manilla, Philippines, Pastor Pedrito Cainglet started a church to reach the abandoned children who play on the railroad tracks in his neighborhood.

Badly injured in a kitchen fire, Pratima knew that she had a long, painful road of recovery ahead. Yet, putting her faith in God, she "determined to live, whatever the circumstances."

Every night, Carmen worried that she wouldn’t be able to find food for the next day. The church’s Saturday service became a safe place where she could take her children as she tried to figure it all out.

In a time of deep despair, Imran had a radical encounter with the living God.

When natural disasters like hurricanes, earthquakes, mudslides, and floods devastated communities around the world in 2017, Nazarenes volunteered their time and resources through Nazarene Compassionate Ministries and impacted many lives for the Kingdom.

In Scotland, Amy Warner credits the mentoring she received from adults in her church as the reason she's a Christian today -- and now a local, district and regional youth leader.

Over time, many of us lose our urgency for God's mission to reach those who don't yet know Him. What can we do to stir the embers of our concern for the lost into a healthy fire?

Rabearisoa Julien shares how the Street Kids Center, a Nazarene Compassionate Ministries center in Madagascar that provides local children with food, education, spiritual formation, and love, has impacted his life and led him to his calling.

An officer approached and asked what I had in the duffel. I explained, “This is a projector system that has been donated to the church in Ghana.” He said, “My supervisor is going to have to see this.”  Two officers told me to take everything and follow them.


Southeast Asia Nazarene Bible College Opens Indianapolis Extension Center

Southeast Asia Nazarene Bible College opens extension center in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. When Ray McCrary came to Indianapolis, Indiana, Southside Church of the Nazarene in 2012, he quickly realized the challenges of pastoring an aging white congregation in a community undergoing rapid social change.“If we were to continue ministering to the south side of Indianapolis, we had to become multicultural,” McCary said.