Pastor Sean McNabb leads Orlando Colonial Church of the Nazarene, a congregation of about 50 regular attenders in the Central Florida District. The church hosted a football camp for neighborhood children in mid-June to test out the GOL 2010 global football evangelism emphasis before it officially kicks off at the General Assembly and Conventions in Orlando this summer.
His classmates called him mfundisi, which means pastor. Not once did it cross his mind that would become a reality.
Charles Sibeko was born the ninth child out of 10 to a Zulu family in South Africa.
Charles accepted the Lord as a teenager. His passion is music. By the time he turned 8, he could play the organ, piano, and accordion. Although he plays music by ear, he has composed music in four languages and recorded his first gospel CD in 1994.
The Dios Es Nuestra Fortaleza (God Is Our Strength) Church of the Nazarene in the Buenos Aires suburb of Adolfo Sourdeaux recently celebrated its second anniversary. Weeks ago, the church began a new ministry on Radio Universal 107.1 FM, which also transmits via Internet from www.radiouniversal.com.ar.
For several years the Mexico and Central America (MAC) Region has been using the Ser Como El (“To Be Like Him”) curriculum to call, train, and send out new church planters. Ser Como El is the evangelism training material the region uses in a workshop setting with churches, districts and pastors, to identify and raise up church planters.
PUERTO MALDONADO, Peru -- Gazing around the street in the darkening twilight, the missionary and the Peruvian pastor surveyed the town they wanted to take for Christ.
Neme is the chief of his village in the Chimbu Province of Papua New Guinea. He owns a small trade store.
One evening, while selling hot coffee to his customers, Neme scanned his radio dial looking for some music. He unintentionally came across Wantok Radio Light, a Christian radio station airing the World Mission Broadcast (WMB) program, "Krai Bilong Ol Meri " (“Cry of Women”). Neme listened as the Spirit of God spoke to him through the radio drama. He cried out to God and said, “Lord, I am a sinner. Please clean my sin by your blood. I now invite you to come into my life.”
Amman, Jordan––Maria* and her family stayed in Baghdad as long as they could after the United States declared war on Iraq in 2003. It’s not that things had always been easy––as Christians, there was always a measure of tension with Muslim neighbors. But her husband owned a successful window installation shop in the city, her pre-school-age son Rani* enjoyed PlayStation at home, and her 11-year-old daughter Samiya* loved grade school. Maria had lived in Iraq since she was born, family was nearby, and 35 years had made it home.
Nota del editor: Ana María Delgado Rafael es originaria de Jaén – Cajamarca – Perú. Está en este Proyecto 40/40 Extreme desde su lanzamiento. Es docente de educación primaria y aceptó al Señor cuando tenía 11 años de edad. Dios la ha llamado a ser misionera y ha aceptado el desafío de servir voluntariamente en esta gran tarea de plantar iglesias en Perú.
Engage: ¿Qué trabajo realizaba antes de unirse al Proyecto Extreme en Perú?