Africa

Benin and Togo train leaders, celebrate 380 new churches

by Tim Eby on 04/14/2010Editor's note: Missionary Tim Eby tells about what God is doing through the Nazarene church in the West African nations of Benin and Togo, as he chronicles his visit to a district assembly. (A...

Radically Changed

by Amy Crofford on 04/13/2010For the Africa Nazarene University students and local church members who make up the musical group, Radically Changed, their name is charged with meaning.The group formed in April 2009 to lead praise...

Meals and more

by Amy Crofford on 03/15/2010Whole families have lived on the streets of Antananarivo, Madagascar for generations. Early Nazarene missionaries there decided to do something to change this cycle. Thus the idea of Nazarene Street...

To Africa, with Love

by Amy Crofford on 03/15/2010                                                       Do you have a Christian book gathering dust on a bookcase? Do you believe pastors and leaders need good things to read? Do you have a passion...

Uganda district's radio program reaches listeners of different faiths

by World Mission Broadcast on 02/21/2010A Nazarene district in Uganda ministers on a radio station owned by someone of a different faith. Recently the radio show hosts received this message from a listener:“I am an immigrant here. I...

Teaching and Testifying in Tana

by Africa Region on 02/03/2010What do you think of when you hear the word “Madagascar”? Some of us probably think of the movie that came out a few years back, or perhaps the lemur or some other exotic animal. From now on, I’ll...

Radio program sparks quest for holiness

by World Mission Broadcast on 12/16/2009In central Liberia is a small, remote village called Duoplay, where witchcraft has a strong grip on the people of the village. Unfortunately, the practices of witchcraft and of traditional African...

Missionary plays football against Rwanda's First Lady

by Engage on 11/02/2009On October 10, missionary April Baggott found herself playing a fierce game of football (called soccer in the United States) in front of several thousand people in the Rwanda National Stadium in...

Experience the X-treme

by Amy Crofford on 09/29/2009Lately, Nazarene pastor Gary Pierce, Jr. has been standing behind a different kind of pulpit. This pulpit is not made of wood or plexiglas, but rather slabs of concrete. As a part of the X-treme team...

One Sunday at Central

by Amy Crofford on 09/07/2009The song service at Nairobi Central church, in Kenya, had just begun as the French-speaking congregation finished Sunday school and joined the English congregation in the large sunlit sanctuary. The...

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