Eurasia

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...

Un motivo para quedarse

by Kelly Becker Tirrill on 01/21/2014En las montañas del noreste de Armenia, los cambios en el clima político ocurridos en el correr de los últimos 25 años han causado que la pobreza se propague a lo largo de la región. En un lugar...

Ask the missionary: Time for a tune-up

by Teanna Sunberg on 01/20/2014Question: What should a missionary never do? -- Jimmy Claros   Answer: It was a frosty weekday morning as I waited at the stop light by the zoo. Memories sped through the race track of my mind. That...

Missionary profile: Scott and Jenni Rainey

by Engage magazine on 01/19/2014Scott and Jenni Rainey are missionaries serving in the CIS Field (Commonwealth of Independent States, or the former Soviet Union) since April 2012. They are based out of Kiev, Ukraine. Scott is...

La Puerta Abierta

by Teanna Sunberg on 12/18/2013La casa se encuentra ubicada en una calle de apariencia normal en el corazón de Bucarest, donde la ida y venida de familias es un predecible rirmo rumano. Las abuelas con pañuelos sobre sus cabezas y...

The Open Door

by Teanna Sunberg on 12/17/2013The house sits quietly on a very normal looking street in the heart of Bucharest where the coming and going of families is a predictable Romanian rhythm. Grandmas with head scarves and aprons sweep...

'I will lose everything'

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 12/05/2013Born and raised in another religion, Hamadi* was so passionate about his beliefs that he was willing to kill to defend them. He was devoted to the religious text of his faith system. He never...

Being a woman pastor in Bangladesh

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 12/03/2013Rev. Dalia Rahman* was one of 30 women to graduate from the course of study through South Asia Nazarene Bible College (SANBC) and to be ordained in the historically largest ordination service in the...

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