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Nations close borders to refugees, Nazarenes seek way forward

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 03/10/2016 When missionaries Joshua and Shannon Herndon arrived at the Idomeni refugee camp, at the Greek border with Macedonia, they were struck by the sight of children running barefoot in the mud. Or those...

Derribando las Paredes en Honduras

by Richard Gammill on 03/09/2016Comenzó como varios salones de clase que ministraban a 20 niños y jóvenes. Luego se convirtió en una cancha de fútbol que alcanzaba a 160 jóvenes del vecindario. La pasión de un pastor y la voz de...

First Yurt of the Nazarene - Mongolia

by Dave Hane on 03/08/2016In the year 1206, Genghis Khan founded the Mongol Empire. Today, 3 million people live in the vast expanse of high plains called the country of Mongolia. It is the most sparsely populated nation in...

Removing the walls in Honduras

by Richard Gammill on 03/06/2016It began as a set of classrooms housing ministry to 20 children and youth. It became a soccer field reaching out to 160 young people around the neighborhood. A pastor’s passion and the voice of God...

The hearts of the people

by Dr. Erin Meier on 02/23/2016 For the past few weeks, things at the Nazarene Hospital at Kudjip, Papua New Guinea, have been a bit gloomy. Some of the gloom has been due to the rain, power outages, wet shoes, and darker days,...

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