Mesoamerica

Paulina: Eyes of God

by Joel Tooley on 03/31/2010Have you ever walked into a room or interrupted a conversation when you instantly knew you weren’t supposed to be there -- or you at least felt like you weren’t? At times, it seems as if that’s what...

Help Haiti churches rebuild through Alabaster offerings

by Engage on 02/17/2010Nazarene churches were damaged and some collapsed during the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that rocked Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Fortunately for the Tabarre Church of the Nazarene, its building sustained...

Canada's Compassionate Resource Warehouse shipping six containers to Haiti

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 02/16/2010Victoria, British Columbia -- The Compassionate Resource Warehouse, on Vancouver Island, is in the process of filling six shipping containers with clothes, food, medical supplies, hygiene products...

Un terremoto de gran magnitud sacude a Haití

by Noemi Fernandez on 01/19/2010To read this in English, click here.Un terremoto de gran magnitud, de 7.3 en la escala de Richter, sacudió Haití el martes por la tarde, a las 17:53.  El movimiento sísmico inicial duró alrededor de...

Clean the World prepares soap shipment for Haiti

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 01/13/2010Acquiring soap and sanitary water was already a daily struggle for many of the 9 million Haitians living on an average of less than $2 a day in the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.Tuesday’s...

Nine-year-old turns birthday parties into mission offerings

by Nell Sweeden on 12/21/2009Delaware, U.S. -- For her 9th birthday in October, Briana Taylor did something radically different than most U.S. kids would even consider on a day that is traditionally celebrated with birthday cake...

'Jamerican' Pride: Church provides health care to the poor

by Jeannie Choi on 11/16/2009During the flurry of the holiday season, members of the Mount Sterling Church of the Nazarene in Mount Sterling, Ohio, USA, gather once a week -- not to discuss their families' wish lists, but to...

School in Haiti opens doors to displaced students

by Caribbean Nazarene on 10/26/2009Flames filled the pitch-black sky recently as a crowd watched a fire destroy the Ecole National de Desronville public school in Gonaives, Haiti. The news of the October 7 fire was just one more blow...

Movimiento de plantación de iglesias a través del 'Proyecto Pablo'-México

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 10/25/2009Por tres días ellos llamaron a las puertas, orando que alguien les invitara a entrar. En el transcurrir de  las horas sus pies comenzaron a sentir el cansancio. El pequeño grupo de jóvenes buscó...

It all started with a conversation

by Caribbean Nazarene on 10/22/2009It's Sunday morning in Paramaribo, Suriname, and a group of girls dressed in their prettiest attire have gathered to sing a song for the congregation at New Charlesburg Church of the Nazarene. A...

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