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By South Asia Field Communication Team on Apr 15 2014

Seated at the bedside of a deathly sick neighbor, Babul Roy found himself surrounded by the villagers who had beaten and tortured him shortly before. Now, they begged him to pray to his God for the sick man.

By Engage magazine on Apr 14 2014

Isaac and Karen Oaks are missionaries serving as field wellbeing coordinators with Extreme Nazarene Ministries in Ecuador, on the South America Region, since August 2013.

By Caleb Friedeman on Apr 9 2014

"How can we create a missional experience for youth that is not a financial burden?" That question led a local church to send their youth into their own community in service.

By Howard Culbertson on Apr 8 2014

The 9th century missionary, Anskar, spent years in ministry in the brutal culture of Viking Scandinavia, with little fruit during his lifetime. That didn't change his dedication to his missionary call.

By Engage magazine on Apr 7 2014

Missionaries Jim and Kathy Radcliffe encounter numerous critical, life-threatening emergencies in their work with the Kudjip Nazarene Hospital in Papua New Guinea.

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Seated at the bedside of a deathly sick neighbor, Babul Roy found himself surrounded by the villagers who had beaten and tortured him shortly before. Now, they begged him to pray to his God for the si...

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Isaac and Karen Oaks are missionaries serving as field wellbeing coordinators with Extreme Nazarene Ministries in Ecuador, on the South America Region, since August 2013.

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"How can we create a missional experience for youth that is not a financial burden?" That question led a local church to send their youth into their own community in service.

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The 9th century missionary, Anskar, spent years in ministry in the brutal culture of Viking Scandinavia, with little fruit during his lifetime. That didn't change his dedication to his missionary call...