Welcome to Engage

Steve Jones was finally ordained at age 58. But he was unable to find a church to pastor. So he began working with athletes at the local school, and soon doors began to open everywhere for ministry with young people.

One-hundred and 15 wheelchairs recently rolled off a ship at the Island of Tonga, changing lives for disabled people across the island, thanks to a partnership between numerous groups initiated by a Nazarene mission leader in Alabama, U.S.

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.


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