JESUS Film Harvest Partners recently made the JESUS film available in Cabécar, the language of an indigenous people group in Costa Rica, for the first time.
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Alba Gaibor felt trapped in a broken marriage and longed to run away until a pastor and his wife offered marital counseling and a new hope in Christ. Today, Alba’s family is completely transformed thanks to the work of God through the church in Ecuador
A young Nazarene couple left their home in the Netherlands for a new life in the Caribbean island of Curaçao. Through their partnership with many others, the Church of the Nazarene has officially established its presence there.
A Nazarene used Twitter to issue a challenge: How many people would volunteer to feed one homeless person that day? After feeding more than 180 people in 11 nations, participants are taking the one-day challenge further.
Moving the Asia-Pacific Region's office and several staff to Singapore in 2006 has allowed the Church of the Nazarene to be officially registered there, and for many faith groups to form through creative pioneer efforts.
Pastor Eun Ho Kim was volunteering in maintenance at Nazarene Theological College in England while his wife, MiJa completed her PhD studies. Then about 10 Korean families asked them for help in planting a new church.
Globalization -- sometimes defined as a flow of ideas, goods, images and people across national borders -- is not a new phenomenon. It can be seen as early as the book of Genesis. God's people must find their way to share His love among the shifting tides of globalization today.
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