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By Joy Forney on Feb 22 2017

They said it couldn’t be done. They said that Haiti was in too much disarray for the church to spend time telling people about God and planting churches. They were wrong.

By Kaitlyn Williams on Feb 17 2017

A Nazarene church of 35 is reaching out to its struggling community through healing arts ministries for abused women, addiction recovery and ministry to the homeless, and partnering with other local churches and organizations for greater impact.

By Richard Gammill on Feb 16 2017

Pastor Thangchinkhup has dedicated his life to developing young people, through helping local churches learn how to more effectively invest in youth ministry. He starts with prayer and fasting.

By Mesoamerica Region Communications on Feb 6 2017

Edgar de la Rosa was devastated after his family moved out because of his drug and alcohol addiction. God not only brought transformation and healing for Edgar, but also inspired him to start a ministry that would impact his community in Oaxaca, Mexico.

By Kaitlyn Williams on Feb 3 2017

At just about 100 years old – the point when many aging churches close their doors – one California church is drawing in a new generation of teenagers from surrounding neighborhoods.

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They said you couldn't plant churches in the aftermath of Haiti's disasters

They said it couldn’t be done. They said that Haiti was in too much disarray for the church to spend time telling people about God and planting churches. They were wrong.

Small Hawaii church making big waves in struggling community

A Nazarene church of 35 is reaching out to its struggling community through healing arts ministries for abused women, addiction recovery and ministry to the homeless, and partnering with other local c...

For youth in Manipur, 'everything we do must be based on prayer'

Pastor Thangchinkhup has dedicated his life to developing young people, through helping local churches learn how to more effectively invest in youth ministry. He starts with prayer and fasting.

The right place: Ministering to Syrian-Armenian refugees

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One hundred years young

At just about 100 years old – when many aging churches end their natural life cycle – a California church is drawing in a new generation of teenagers from the surrounding neighborhoods.