Eurasia

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...

Video: A school with a mission

by Eurasia Region on 02/24/2014 There is a school in Beirut, Lebanon, that is bringing transformation to many of its students. The Nazarene Evangelical School (NES), led by its dedicated director, Abdo Khanashat, for the past 47...

Bucharest congregation integrates trafficking survivors into the life of the church

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 02/18/2014Open Door – a shelter for trafficked young women in Romania – opened a year ago, through the leadership of Monica, a Nazarene church leader in Bucharest. The new shelter is currently home to five...

Wishing for wells

by NCM Lanka staff on 02/02/2014Malathi hadn’t been reporting to school on time. The seventh-standard student in Northern Sri Lanka and her younger brother would frequently arrive late and were sometimes penalized for it. Their...

Compassion Nurtures Compassion

by NCM Nepal Staff on 01/28/2014 The children who fill the halls of Nepal’s Manohara Child Development Center represent some of the most deprived families in the area.Most of the children live in rented rooms—a detail that, though...

A reason to stay

by Kelly Becker Tirrill on 01/21/2014In the mountains of northeastern Armenia, political and environmental changes over the past 25 years have caused poverty to descend and linger throughout the region. Where the fall of the Soviet...

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