Mesoamerica
 
By Richard Gammill on Thursday, March 10, 2016
Comenzó como varios salones de clase que ministraban a 20 niños y jóvenes. Luego se convirtió en una cancha de fútbol que alcanzaba a 160 jóvenes del vecindario. La pasión de un pastor y la voz de Dios dieron lugar al cambio. Cristian Juarez es pastor de la Iglesia del Nazareno Tres de Mayo en Tegucigalpa, la capital de Honduras. Él era un hombre con una visión. Como la mayoría de los...
By Richard Gammill on Monday, March 7, 2016
It began as a set of classrooms housing ministry to 20 children and youth. It became a soccer field reaching out to 160 young people around the neighborhood. A pastor’s passion and the voice of God prompted the change. Cristian Juarez is pastor of Tres de Mayo Church of the Nazarene in Tegucigalpa, capital of Honduras. He was a man on a search. Like most Hondurans, Pastor Cristian is an avid...
By Carol Anne Eby on Thursday, December 3, 2015
Garrett Mitman, estudiante de la escuela secundaria de Wisconsin, Estados Unidos, visitó las Islas Turcos y Caicos (en el Caribe) mientras estaba de vacaciones con su familia. Garrett se describe a sí mismo como un adicto al baloncesto, amante del juego y el uso de cada momento libre para mejorar su juego. Si bien la práctica goteó ejercicios en la cancha de la localidad, fue abordado por uno de...
By Asia-Pacific Communications on Tuesday, December 1, 2015
“Just what do Nazarenes believe?”  Many Nazarenes are asked that question, and not everyone may feel adequately prepared to answer.The core beliefs of the Church of the Nazarene are found in the Articles of Faith from the Nazarene Manual. These articles provide the essential “glue” that binds the church into a unified and cohesive whole, regardless of race, nationality, ethnicity, gender,...
By Carol Anne Eby on Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Garrett Mitman, a high school junior from Wisconsin, U.S., visited the Turks and Caicos Islands (in the Caribbean) while on vacation with his family. Garrett describes himself as a basketball junkie, loving the game and using every spare moment to improve his game.  While practicing dribbling drills on the resort’s court, he was approached by one of the workers, who suggested, “You should go...
By Kaitlyn Williams on Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Read this in English. ¿Qué tienen en común las motocicletas, los pastores en Costa Rica y personas retiradas que sirven como mentores de niños en los Estados Unidos? Un club de motocicletas de la Iglesia del Nazareno College Church, en Bourbonnais, Illinois (Estados Unidos) está reuniendo a estos grupos muy diferentes en una manera inesperada. Todo comenzó cuando Ellen Steward, la...
By Kaitlyn Williams on Tuesday, November 3, 2015
What do motorcycles have to do with pastors in Costa Rica, and retirees mentoring boys in the United States? A motorcycle club at College Church of the Nazarene in Bourbonnais, Illinois, U.S. is bringing these disparate groups together in an unexpected way. It started when Ellen Steward, the recent pastor to families at College Church of the Nazarene University Avenue in Bourbonnais,...
By Richard Gamill on Thursday, October 29, 2015
Curaçao, one of the “ABC islands”–Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao—off the north coast of Venezuela, is being introduced to the Church of the Nazarene. This is a story of new beginnings, for a country, for a young pastor and his team of church planters, and for an American pastor and his local church. In 2010, the leadership of the newly-constructed Mesoamerica Region—formed out of the Mexico,...
By Nazarene Stories on Monday, October 5, 2015
En México, un pastor vio que el abuso de sustancias estaba destruyendo familias, comunidades y bloqueando el progreso económico. Así que la iglesia comenzó el ministerio de rehabilitación. Ahí es donde Artemio, que había estado en rehabilitación 11 veces, finalmente encontró la libertad y la vida nueva.
By Nazarene Stories on Monday, October 5, 2015
In Mexico, a pastor realized substance abuse was destroying families, communities and blocking economic progress. So the church began rehabilitation ministry. That's where Artemio, who had been to rehab 11 times, finally found freedom and new life.

Pages