Eurasia

Taxi para Jesús

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 04/02/2014Hadi*, of Lebanon, trabaja conduciendo un taxi, pero su ocupación es la de compartir a Jesús con tantos pasajeros como le sea posible mediante la audio Biblia, pasándola en decenas idiomas dentro de...

Taxi for Jesus

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 04/01/2014Hadi*, of Lebanon, may drive a taxi as his occupation, but his preoccupation is sharing Jesus with as many passengers as he can by playing the audio Bible in dozens of languages, as well as handing...

Missionary profile: Brian and Erin Ketchum

by Engage magazine on 03/30/2014Brian and Erin Ketchum are missionaries serving in the France District since 2009. Brian is the district facilitator, serving as a support role to the churches and ministries, as well as working...

Portugal church attracts neighborhood through social projects

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 03/27/2014Cascais, Portugal  – Pastor Josue Reis and his wife, Eloize, have helped to lead the Alcabideche Church of the Nazarene in reaching out to its community by partnering with a local government...

Iglesias de París alimentan a los hambrientos

by Donnie Miller on 03/18/2014Durante los últimos seis años, el pastor Pastor José Monteiro, acompañado por voluntarios de cuatro congregaciones nazarenas en París, ha estado asistiendo a muchos habitantes hambrientos de una de...

Paris churches feed the hungry

by Donnie Miller on 03/18/2014For the past six years, Pastor José Monteiro and volunteers from four Nazarene congregations in Paris have been reaching out to the many hungry people who populate one of Europe's most sophisticated...

La historia de Raju

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 03/11/2014Mientras que Raju* se apiñaba en la pequeña habitación que compartía en la casa de su hermano en Katmandú, él sabía que su vida se estaba desenmarañando con rapidez. Él había transicionado desde...

Raju's story

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 03/11/2014As Raju* huddled in the small room he was sharing in his brother’s house in Kathmandu, he knew his life was rapidly unraveling. He had gone from being a religious priest serving idols, to building...

When Wednesday changes how you see the world

by Shannon Herndon on 03/04/2014It was a pretty average Wednesday night in the city of Illescas, Spain. I took my daughter, Karis, to her new dance school at 6 p.m. so that she could try out the new class and see what she thought...

Ask the missionary: How have you developed?

by Teanna Sunberg on 03/03/2014Question: How, as a missionary have you spiritually developed along the road? And how has this development helped you with your missionary work? -- Tristan wood   Answer Once upon a time, a little...

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