Africa

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...

Despise not humble beginnings

by Dr. Samuel Hynd on 10/01/2012 “Brothers and sisters, think of what you were when you were called. Not many of you were wise by human standards; not many were influential; not many were of noble birth. But God chose the foolish...

Fred Evans and the broken windmill

by Swaziland Partnership on 09/03/2012  "The Swaziland RAIN Project delivers so much more than water; it is literally saving a generation from extinction because it has provided clean water to health clinics who can now initiate and...

"A child of God"

by Andrea Mosshart on 08/30/2012 Editor's note: Andrea Mosshart, along with her husband Evan, served as the 2011-12 on-site coordinators for the Swaziland Partnership. Arriving in Swaziland as newlyweds, they highly valued the...

Missionary profile: Linda Braaten

by Engage magazine on 08/26/2012 Since January 1999, Linda Braaten has served in the Africa Regional Office located in South Africa. She works in education and clergy development services as the recording secretary for the Africa...

The first small step

by Dr. Samuel Hynd with Amy Crofford on 08/23/2012Editor's note: Dr. Samuel Hynd’s parents carried him from Scotland to Swaziland as a baby in 1925. He says, “When I opened my eyes, I found myself here.” He grew up playing and speaking SiSwati with...

Winning souls daily

by Dr. R. Klaas Tau on 08/16/2012Holiness conferences held in various places in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa were followed by tent campaigns in the towns of Butterworth and Port St. Johns. Our Nazarene leadership in...

Missionary profile: Chanshi and Mary Chanda

by Engage magazine on 07/27/2012 Chanshi and Mary Chanda serve in the Africa Middle Field of the Africa Region, where Chanshi is the field strategy coordinator, which involves overseeing the Church in the countries of the...

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