An international student is captivated by the witness of Christians he meets, which leads him to follow Christ, too. In response, his family back home threatens his life. Now he is a refugee.

Theology might sometimes seem confusing, but seeing it lived out brings clarity. For Franckel Formétus, a Nazarene leader in Haiti working closely with JESUS Film, holiness is best described not with words, but with your life.

After the first few believers in a Guatemala community persevered through persecution many years ago, today there is a church planting movement underway, with 16 new churches and almost a dozen more mission starts.

Through radio, Nazarenes in Liberia broadcast hope to sick people quarantined in Ebola camps, as well as informed and educated people about the disease. Now the church is ministering to people still suffering the outbreak.

Steve Jones finalmente recibió su ordenamiento a los 58 años. Pero no le fue posible encontrar una iglesia donde pastorear. Así fue que comenzó a trabajar con atletas en la escuela local, y pronto comenzaron a abrirse puertas en todos lados para ministrar a personas jóvenes.

Una pareja de Perú sigue la dirección de Dios al plantar una iglesia dentro de una aldea ecuatoriana desprivilegiada, donde sirven y aman a más de 200 niños y a sus padres cada semana mediante el relacionamiento y la educación.

A couple from Peru follow God's lead to plant a church in a disadvantaged Ecuadorian village, where they serve and love more than 200 children and their parents every week through relationship and education.

Longtime missionary to India, John Anderson, passed away at the age of 83, leaving behind a legacy of pioneered work, discipled leaders and a powerful example of what it means to be a missionary.

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.


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.