South America

Alabaster: Nilopolis worship center enables ministry expansion

by Steve and Brenda Heap on 11/03/2010My wife and I had the privilege of attending the first service in the new Nilopolis Church of the Nazarene, Sept. 5, 2010, in Greater Rio de Janeiro. Even though the new building is still under...

A Modern Day Paul

by Extreme Nazarene Ministries on 10/04/2010His name is Luis. Our volunteer church planting team has known him for quite a while now. His wife became a Christian in the first weeks that two of Extreme Nazarene Ministries' church planters,...

Meals to mattresses: Chile churches come alongside the earthquake affected

by Tim McKeithen on 03/31/2010Santa Clara, Chile -- Just one month after the 8.8 magnitude earthquake struck Chile on February 27, followed by a destructive 6-foot tsunami, we surveyed the neighborhood of Talcahuano on the street...

Photo essay: Chile district delivers earthquake relief supplies

by Engage on 03/09/2010On March 7, Juan Badilla Arias, the superintendent of the Bio Bio District in Chile, coordinated the arrival of a truck load of supplies for the Nazarene families in the district who were negatively...

Woman hitchhikes, knocks on doors to plant church

by Noemi Fernandez on 01/11/2010At a church planting conference in Argentina called Each One Win One, a preacher asked the crowd, "Who is ready to commit their lives to Jesus? Who is ready to say 'Yes' and obey God's call?" Susana...

Pastor leaves 20-year career to help abused girls in Peru

by K.C. Mehaffey on 12/08/2009 While Scott Hargrove removes duct tape that protected his hands during sledgehammer work, girls from the Torre Fuerte girls home in Peru gather by him after school. After 20 years as pastor of...

Extreme Peru volunteers shine light in city known for brothels

by Extreme Nazarene Ministries on 11/18/2009Puerto Maldonado, Peru -- There we stood, a group of Americans and Peruvians, hot and sweaty after a hike through the middle of the Amazon jungle, coming face to face with a group of men holding...

Television makes in-roads in northern Brazil

by World Mission Communications on 09/07/2009When 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...

Construction continues on Brazil Communications Center

by World Mission Broadcast on 09/02/2009A new Brazil communications center is providing a huge step forward for the communications ministry of the Church of the Nazarene. Assisting and providing support to the denomination in Brazil, the...

New Buildings Bring New Light to Peru

by Extreme Nazarene Ministries on 08/19/2009Bus after bus pulled into the Zamacola Church of the Nazarene parking lot Sunday morning, Aug. 16. Adults and kids streamed from the vehicles, filling the church that normally sees 40 attendants in...

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