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By Carol Anne Eby on Sep 2 2015

Gracias a 10 años de apadrinamiento de niños, una joven mujer es ahora una graduada universitaria quien sirvió como la diseñadora principal del nuevo sitio web de la Iglesia del Nazareno global.

By Carol Anne Eby on Sep 1 2015

A woman in Oregon sponsored a little girl in the Philippines through 10 years of her education. Today, that girl is now a young, married woman and the lead designer on the denomination’s new global website.

By Howard Culbertson on Aug 28 2015

Question: Which Bible verse is most often associated with world evangelism?

By Sheri Hartzler on Aug 26 2015

After two years of planning and hard work, the new woodshop of the Țigmandru Church of the Nazarene is open for business. The shop is providing vocational skills and a service to the community.

By Diane Robbins on Aug 21 2015

Through a creative, hands-on missions experience at their summer camp, the East Tennessee kids not only learned about missions and cultures around the world, they raised $17,100 for mission projects.

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Apadrinamiento de niños: Retornos celestiales

Gracias a 10 años de apadrinamiento de niños, una joven mujer es ahora una graduada universitaria quien sirvió como la diseñadora principal del nuevo sitio web de la Iglesia del Nazareno global.

Child sponsorship: Heavenly returns

A woman in Oregon sponsored a little girl in the Philippines through 10 years of her education. Today, that girl is now a young, married woman and the lead designer on the denomination’s new global we...

The Great Commission: Suggestion or Command?

Question: Which Bible verse is most often associated with world evangelism?

Wood shop ministry provides training in Romania

After two years of planning and hard work, the new woodshop of the Țigmandru Church of the Nazarene is open for business. The shop is providing vocational skills and a service to the community.

East Tennessee kids raise $17,000 for mission projects at camp

Through a creative, hands-on missions experience at their summer camp, the East Tennessee kids not only learned about missions and cultures around the world, they raised $17,100 for mission projects.