Eurasia

Poland coffee house ministry receives long-awaited permit

by Everett Tustin on 04/18/2010Poznan, Poland -- Some things take time; more time than we expect. It's frustrating.  It challenges our patience. Sometimes it even challenges our faith.  We may never know why the delay, we just...

Manchester church uses its building to become community center

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 03/15/2010Manchester, England – For years, the Brooklands Church of the Nazarene held a youth club with between 4 and 15 children. One day, some parents in the community asked the church if a neighborhood...

Russian and American churches fellowship through Internet

by Danene Vaughn on 03/07/2010When Peter Androsov and Lee Branum meet together with their friends for discipleship and book studies, they not only cross culture and language barriers. They cross an ocean and two continents.Until...

District offices in India burned while Nazarenes celebrate arrival of Gospel

by Eurasia Region Editor on 02/08/2010At the same time Nazarenes gathered in the streets of their town to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Gospel's arrival in the state of Manipur, India, five to 10 disgruntled members of the...

The other White House: Danish youth start community

by Eurasia Region Editor on 12/03/2009When the Greve Frikirke Church of the Nazarene, located in Greve, Denmark, sought to restart their youth group, they also examined their overall mindset of youth ministry. They saw great potential...

South Asian camps see youth shine, set an example

by Eurasia Region Editor on 11/10/2009Sri Lanka and Bangladesh––On the third night of camp, 85 young people from throughout Sri Lanka gathered around the campfire to dedicate themselves to living a “holy life in Christ and show our...

Arabic television program debuts November 9

by World Mission Communications on 11/08/2009After a year of planning, praying and producing, World Mission Broadcast in the Middle East premiered the first-ever Nazarene television show on SAT-7,  the largest Christian satellite channel in the...

Bulgarian village sacrifices for Bangladesh

by Eurasia Region Editor on 10/06/2009All the families of Manaselka Reka but one live on welfare, and most barely survived last winter. For people in the mountain village in northwestern Bulgaria, survival is mostly hand-to-mouth and...

SANBC offers professional development for 60 teachers

by Eurasia Region Editor on 10/06/2009As a new school year began across the Eurasia Region, faculty members of South Asia Nazarene Bible College (SANBC) gathered in Bangalore, India and Dhaka, Bangladesh, to work through the fourth in a...

Even Sweeter: Locals welcome new coffeehouse ministry in Poland

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 09/28/2009Poznan, Poland––When they opened the coffee shop for a test run on September 19, Everett Tustin and his wife Rhonda didn’t know what to expect. The missionary couple in Poznan, Poland, along with...

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