By Engage on Friday, January 22, 2010
Dr. J.K. Warrick, one of six general superintendents in the Church of the Nazarene denomination, reflects on a recent visit to Cusu, Peru, where Roger and Mary Winans started the Church of the Nazarene in the early 1900s.Dr. Warrick retraces their steps by foot and oxcart from the coast, along a dangerous river, to the place in which they planted their first church. He describes the state of the church today in Peru.To read a related article, visit www.nazarene.org. 
By Engage magazine on Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Dr. J. K. Warrick, one of six general superintendents in the Church of the Nazarene, recounts his journey on "Jesus the Hope," a river boat ministry initiated and operated by the Church of the Nazarene in Brazil, to plant churches among the 17,000 unreached people groups who live along the rivers of the Amazon Basin. Funded by Nazarenes' generous giving to World Evangelism Fund (WEF), the river boat provides access to the many unreached people groups of the Amazon who are only reachable by boat or by air. Through the boat ministry, Brazilian Nazarenes are bringing the Gospel, as well as...
By Engage on Monday, January 9, 2012
Missionary Tim Eby escorts us on a narrative journey to Benin and Toga, a corridor in West Africa where the church is spreading like wildfire. Leaders risk their lives, committed to spreading the good news that people can have hope in Christ, both here on earth and in eternity. Those who opposed them are now joining them. And leadership training -- an urgent need -- is underway.Listen and get to know these courageous and committed leaders.