The teens in the "Golden Youth" group at the Bayanihan Church of the Nazarene in Antipolo, Philippines, are taking seriously Jesus' command to "go and make disciples." 

 Editor´s note:  David del Angel de Monterrey, Nuevo León, vivió en España los últimos dos años.  Participó en la primera ola experimental de misioneros voluntarios de las regiones de América del Sur (SAM) y de Méjico y América Central (MAC) y fue  enviado a España a través del Proyecto Caleb.  Ocho misioneros en total fueron seleccionados para asistir al avance de la iglesia en Europa occidental.  Para conocer mas acerca de este proyecto y sus resultados, lea el artículo en NCN

Editor´s Note:  María Eugenia (Maru) Rodríguez, 38, of Monterrey, Méjico, vivió los últimos dos años en España como misionera voluntaria.

On a recent Sunday afternoon, the thick Trinidadian heat could easily have drained the energy of most people, but within the walls of Sangre Grande Church of the Nazarene, the 200-plus who gathered for a Nazarene Missions International (NMI) rally were ready for action. The purpose of the event was to gear up for a year focused on reaching out to others.

When our district announced a youth Work & Witness trip to the south of Portugal, we signed up without really knowing what we were getting into.  As we learned more about the trip, we realized that we would be doing street evangelism in the form of street mimes (which was great for people who struggle to communicate well in Portuguese!) and passing out printed material.

Rachel Cadwallader is making it her mission to help Nazarene Compassionate Ministries (NCM) win a grant from the Christie Cookie company

It was 1:30 in the morning. A woman had come to the hospital in early labor. Under heavy anesthesia, she lay on the hospital table, her abdomen surgically opened as the surgery team began the C-section delivery of her baby.

That’s when the lights went out.

In the darkness, the nurses groped for flashlights and head lamps. Someone tried to turn on the back-up generator. Without electricity the phones didn’t work, so staff could not call for help.

Editor’s note: David del Angel of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, spent the past two years as a volunteer missionary in Spain. He was in the experimental first wave of volunteer missionaries from the South America (SAM) and Mexico and Central America (MAC) regions, sent to Spain through Project Caleb. In total, eight missionaries were selected to help advance the church in Western Europe.

The song service at Nairobi Central church, in Kenya, had just begun as the French-speaking congregation finished Sunday school and joined the English congregation in the large sunlit sanctuary. The congregants represent many countries across East and Central Africa. Some are drawn to Nairobi for economic reasons and others for education through Africa Nazarene University (ANU). Expectation filled the room.

When Pastor Rubens Rodrigues was recently given the opportunity of free television airtime, he jumped at the chance. With no knowledge or training in television production, Rodrigues, field strategy coordinator for the North Brazil Field, produced two very different programs to reach out to the cities, towns and villages spread across northern and northeast Brazil. Transmitted on open air frequencies, these Portuguese-language programs reach out to the rooftop antennas on many homes.