"I had always considered my skill as something separate from God and my faith. Now it is a daily encouragement that God can use anything for his glory. Creativity is a gift from God and it is what we use to give back to God."

In Sierra Leone, churches reflect God’s love through the gift of clean water.

A death in Papua New Guinea tragically triggered tribe rivals’ revenge, burning homes, animals, and destroying property. Nazarenes are helping them reconcile and rebuild.

Jesus knew how fallible human beings can be. Even so, He expressed confidence in His followers. Why? Empowered people gain confidence because someone believes in them.

In Denmark, a local Nazarene, commissioned by his church, has spent more than a decade ministering to "hardcore" bikers, leading some to Christ and discipling them.

Themselves refugees at one time, Kosovar Nazarenes are ministering in Central European refugee camps to show the travelers God's love. One pastor discipled a new believer who had found Jesus on his journey.

En Venezuela, varias iglesias están plantando otras iglesias mientras que oran por milagros de Dios en sus vidas así como en las vidads de amigos y vecinos, capacitando y enviando a líderes, y también alimentando a los hambrientos.

In Venezuela, churches are planting other churches as they pray for God's miracles in the lives of friends and neighbors, train up and release leaders, and now feed the hungry.

As Pastor Ken White and his Bangor Church of the Nazarene congregation began to see members suffer the effects of dementia, they realized they could step in to help them and their carers.


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.