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By Howard Culbertson on Mar 31 2015

While praise to God does resound today from locations around the world, there are still places totally devoid of praise to Him. The divine plan was and is for God to be worshipped by people everywhere.

By Engage magazine on Mar 30 2015

Tim and Karla Deuel are missionaries serving at the Kudjip Nazarene Hospital mission station in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, where they manage station properties, mentor believers, handle statistics and support the hospital.

By Nazarene Stories on Mar 26 2015

Joana Schubert, a young missionary in South Korea, is faced with a great crisis. Learn how a global church united in prayer for healing.

By Gina Grate Pottenger on Mar 24 2015

By giving to the World Evangelism Fund, each of us and all of us together support disciple-making across 159 world areas.

By Teanna Sunberg on Mar 23 2015

"When the image bearers move into a neighborhood where pain lives, when we cry with and fight for and sing the laments of a broken song, THEN WE ARE the CHURCH." -- Teanna Sunberg

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While praise to God does resound today from locations around the world, there are still places totally devoid of praise to Him. The divine plan was and is for God to be worshipped by people everywhere...

Missionary profile: Tim and Karla Deuel

Tim and Karla Deuel are missionaries serving at the Kudjip Nazarene Hospital mission station in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, where they manage station properties, mentor believers, handle statis...

Video: Healing prayer

Joana Schubert, a young missionary in South Korea, is faced with a great crisis. Learn how a global church united in prayer for healing.

Why WEF? Discipling

By giving to the World Evangelism Fund, each of us and all of us together support disciple-making across 159 world areas.

Five practical ways to grow your church

"When the image bearers move into a neighborhood where pain lives, when we cry with and fight for and sing the laments of a broken song, THEN WE ARE the CHURCH." - Teanna Sunberg