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"If you take missions out of the Bible, you won't have anything left but the covers" -- Nina Gunter

“¿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.

Una iglesia nazarena en Vinnitsa, Ucrania, la cual comenzó su existencia ministrando a los "rechazados" de la sociedad ha crecido hasta convertirse en una congregación de 150 miembros, la cual ahora envía a sus propios misioneros.

“Do you have shoes for me, please?” She had waited patiently until her mom and her brother were cared for. I looked down at what had once been her shoes, now riddled with holes, caked with mud, the sole flapping.

Find out how God is working through the Church of the Nazarene in the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States).

Being passionate about people going to Heaven is not a bad thing . . . unless all you think about is making sure their “souls” are going to be saved.

About 750 people of all ages discovered a magical world when they climbed through the “wardrobe” at Didsbury Community Church of the Nazarene’s “Narnia Experience,” 19-20 December.

Russell and Carla Frazier are missionaries serving in teaching, administration and finance at Africa Nazarene University in Kenya.

A Nazarene church in Vinnitsa, Ukraine, which began its life with ministry to "outcasts" of society has grown into a 150-strong congregation that is now sending missionaries of its own.


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