Africa

Glory continues serving God

by Amanda Hogan on 01/14/2013Since 1994, Rev. Gcinaphi Glory Dlamini has served as the senior home mother for the women’s hostel at Southern Africa Nazarene University.  In 2003, she was called back to full-time ministry and...

Photo Essay: Partners in Praise

by Barbi Moore, Director of Global Outreach (BFC) on 01/02/2013The new year is a wonderful time to reflect on all God has done through Bethany First Church of the Nazarene's Swaziland Partnership in 2012 in Swaziland.Global Outreach Teams in 2012 We have had at...

Led by the Spirit of God

by Dr. Samuel Hynd on 11/28/2012One hundred years ago, a young man in Oklahoma (USA) read the story of David Livingstone, a renowned missionary doctor and slave trade abolisher in Africa. The Spirit of God then led him to go to...

Al aire: Hablando en zulú

by Amy Crofford on 11/20/2012 Read this in English. “Varios años atrás anunciamos que nos gustaría iniciar un programa para niños en Soweto, un suburbio de Johannesburgo, Sudáfrica, donde se habla zulú,” dice Peet Voges,...

Running together in Liberia

by ITN-NTI team on 11/13/2012October 21, 2012 marked the celebration of the first graduating class of the Nazarene Theological Institute (Liberia). Twelve black-robed graduates marched down the aisle of the Monrovia District...

Passing the torch in Madagascar

by Therese Ravelomanantsoa on 11/06/2012The Nazarene Street Kids Center in Madagascar recently gave 83 of its top performing students a special honor: the privilege of attending camp. The Street Kids Center (SKC) provides food, clothing,...

Missionary profile: David and Lisa Johnson

by Engage magazine on 11/05/2012 David and Lisa Johnson live in Nairobi, Kenya, but work on the Africa Region with the Horn of Africa Field, serving Ethiopia and south Sudan. They work in the Horn of Africa Field office. David...

Tiempo para Tabita

by Por Othniel Mweniyamba con Amy Crofford on 10/30/2012Imagínese que se desata un conflicto armado en un área cercana a usted. Al principio, unas pocas personas huyen hacia su comunidad pidiendo ayuda. Pronto, son cientos y miles quienes comienzan a...

A time for Tabitha

by Othniel Mweniyamba with Amy Crofford on 10/22/2012Imagine an armed conflict breaks out in an area near you. At first, a few people flee to your community and ask for help. Soon, they begin to arrive by the hundreds and thousands. This scenario is...

His hands and feet in Lodwar

by Carla Sunberg on 10/04/2012Editor's note: At the end of August, Dr. Carla Sunberg lead a vision team from the United States to Kenya to learn more about the issue of gender-based violence (GBV) and the work of the Nazarene...

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