Los habitantes de Vanuatu, en el Pacífico sur, reciben a menudo asistencia durante tiempos de desastre. Mientras que su país se enfrenta a una sequía, los nazarenos locales llevaron agua y alimentos a las personas necesitadas.
Not long after Jesus’ baptism in the Jordan River (photo left), He called 12 as His “disciples.” Choosing them was an intentional, strategic move on Jesus’ part.
The people of Vanuatu, in the South Pacific, have often received international aid in times of disaster. As their country wrestles with drought, local Nazarenes took fresh water and food to others in need.
For Zhanna Yugay, who believed that her own knowledge and hard work were enough to secure a foundation for her life, what began as a simple interpreting job became the start of a faith journey.
Local Nazarene churches in the Eastern Mediterranean Field are rising to God's call to share His love with their communities, through educating children, serving Syrian refugees, youth ministry, television broadcasts, theological education, and much more. This 5-minute video will take you there.
In the arid, dusty desert of Senegal, the Nazarene church is building a farm where local leaders can develop improved agricultural methods that will enable Senegalese families to grow adequate food year round.
Eyes that have seen terrible things do not forget what they have seen. But they can still recognize a brightening future, hope blossoming out of despair. And NCM Lanka continues to transform lives, giving children a reason to celebrate.
“¿Tiene algún zapato que me pueda dar, por favor?” La muchachita adolescente esperaba pacientemente para que su familia recibiera ayuda. Miré a lo que en algún momento fueron sus zapatos, los cuales se encontraban llenos de agujeros, cubiertos de barro y con la suela suelta.
When flooding hits southeast India, a local church reacts with food and clothing distributions, and sacrificing their annual Christmas feast to share Christmas with several nearby villages.