Christine Hung shares how a Bible study at her church in California, USA, brought unique renewal and spiritual vitality to a diverse group of believers.

Brazil native Silvia Rodrigues recounts her near-death experience that led to the miracle of healing and a life of hope in the Lord.

A volunteer with the Nazarene Central Europe Refugee Response is invited by a destitute family fleeing war in Syria to eat with them on the side of a road.

Sam Tamayo explains how he returned to God after experiencing a near-fatal accident and the death of his father. Sam now uses motocross as a ministry to reach others in the Philippines for the Kingdom.

A German youth team prepared a three-course banquet for people at a Moldovan homeless shelter, to show them they are loved and valued. Their reaction made it all worthwhile.

What is it like to raise your family in a place of insecurity and spiritual darkness, while trying to minister to vast needs of desperate people? A family in an undisclosed location tells their story.

What is it like to be called into places shadowed by great darkness, to leave a place of security in order to relieve the suffering of people halfway around the world? A missionary family shares their experience.

El ser conserje no es glamoroso. Tampoco es fácil. Es estresante y desagradable. Trabajo con personas quebrantadas. Trabajo con personas que están cansadas del mundo. Esto es a lo que llamo misión práctica.

Two young women from India are serving as cross-cultural volunteers in another part of the country, assisting local churches and schools. Their journey has been one of depending on God to provide their for needs.

"Being a janitor isn't glamorous. It's not easy. It's stressful and gross and I work with broken people. I work with people who are tired of the world. This is what I call a 'hands-on' mission."

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Southeast Asia Nazarene Bible College opens Indianapolis extension center

Southeast Asia Nazarene Bible College opens extension center in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. When Ray McCrary came to Indianapolis, Indiana, Southside Church of the Nazarene in 2012, he quickly realized the challenges of pastoring an aging white congregation in a community undergoing rapid social change.“If we were to continue ministering to the south side of Indianapolis, we had to become multicultural,” McCary said.

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