South America
 
By Santiago Bereche on Friday, April 29, 2016
Después del terremoto del 16 de abril, que resultó en mas de 600 muertos y miles de heridos, los nazarenos buscaron a sus miembros desaparecidos, sufrieron la destrucción de sus hogares y lamentaron la muerte de sus seres queridos. Sin embargo, esto no les paró y no perdieron la oportunidad de...
By Santiago Bereche on Tuesday, April 26, 2016
After the April 16 earthquake shook parts of Ecuador, killing more than 600 and injuring thousands, Nazarenes searched for missing church members, suffered the destruction of many of their homes and mourned loss of life. But, that didn’t stop them from jumping into action to help others – and tell...
By Keith Cox and Kelly Williams on Friday, March 18, 2016
  It was the end of Nall Avenue Church of the Nazarene's mission trip, and the team was in the city of Quito. During the evening group devotions, Dr. Lisa’s thoughts were thousands of miles away, back in Kansas City, U.S. She was thinking of her daughter and how she would like to be at her ...
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...
By Nazarene Stories on Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Pastor Fabricio Porto in Brazil learns our weaknesses and limitations give God an opportunity to show His power. Follow Fabricio and his family as they begin a church plant that demonstrates that we can do all things through Him.
By Nazarene Stories on Monday, August 3, 2015
Pastor Vania thought she would never serve in ministry again after her husband passed away at age 34. Vania shares how accepting the pastorate at Itajaí, Brazil, Church of the Nazarene, has given her a new story. Pastor Vania is the first woman to be ordained in the Church of the Nazarene in Rio...
By Dorli Gschwandtner on Tuesday, June 30, 2015
"We don't need you." That's one thing you will definitely not hear when you apply for a Maverick team. Because the Mavericks know: You've got potential. You have unique skills that are needed on this team and that will be used for God's glory. Believing in people's potential, encouraging them in...
By Anndee Stringer on Thursday, April 9, 2015
Editor's note: Missionary Anndee Stringer reflects on her own call to serving in ministry in the Church of the Nazarene, as well as the calling that God has placed on all believers, whether they remain in their home cultures or serve interculturally.   Today Chris and I are in central Arkansas....
By Ellen Decker on Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Research the country. Know as much as you can about where you are going. Find creative ways to let the congregation know about the people you will be ministering to so they can be praying for them and learning along with you how to best reach them with the gospel.   Get – and Keep – Leadership...
By Teanna Sunberg on Tuesday, January 13, 2015
My little slips of paper were huddled together, folded and shivering for a turn to reveal their message.  Outside that warm cabin up on Bulgaria’s Vitosha mountain, there was a sunny crispness to the air and the satisfying crunch of iced snow. It was the sort of winter new that leads you to believe...

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