USA/Canada

Video: A love story for us all

by USA/Canada Region Communications on 10/26/2016 A Love Story for Us All from Church of the Nazarene on Vimeo. Christine Hung shares how a Bible study at her church in California, USA, brought unique renewal and spiritual vitality to a diverse...

Where angels fear to tread: God provides

by Michelle McLane and Gina Grate Pottenger on 10/05/2016Dr. and Mrs. Brown had been involved in foreign ministry years before moving to their current assignment, an undisclosed location facing constant conflict and turmoil. They recognized and followed...

Side by side: How relationships can humanize the homeless

by Merideth Spriggs on 08/09/2016I met Dave when I was doing homeless outreach in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. Dave was a heavy drinker. We had tried three times to get him sober, but each time he left detox and returned to drinking...

Sending love beyond the walls

by Carol Anne Eby on 04/08/2016Crosses rise over churches, orphanages, and rural medical clinics. Funds are sent to support an orphanage in war-torn Sri Lanka. A school is rebuilt after being destroyed in typhoon devastated...

The Stirring: An alternative to Sunday morning

by Jeremiah Wood on 12/09/2015I sat around the table with a group of friends having breakfast at 11 p.m. in a 24-hour restaurant in Junction City, Kansas, USA. We started a conversation with the waitress and asked if she attended...

Video: The Power of Being a Friend

by Nazarene Youth International on 12/08/2015Click here to view video. Cheyenne felt like an outsider until girls from her school reached out in friendship. Cheyenne's new friends were only seeking friendship and by doing so revealed the heart...

Chicago Central District families planting faith communities in urban Chicago

by Melissa Dalton on 11/03/2015Being a missionary can often mean living in a far-off land, preaching the Word of God to a culture that’s never heard of Jesus Christ. But for Lauren and Kourtney Seaman and their family, founders of...

East Tennessee kids raise $17,000 for mission projects at camp

by Diane Robbins on 08/20/2015Imagine going to kids' camp and experiencing Guatemala, Sri Lanka, Cuba and Haiti. The children of the East Tennessee District in the United States had that adventure.   Embracing the Nazarene...

From tragedy to triumph: Shelter opens for survivors of human trafficking

by Carol Anne Eby on 07/16/2015On her knees in a living room in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, surrounded by a family devastated by tragedy, Rondy Smith heard what she described as a heavenly voice in her spirit. Rondy and the family had...

Hawaii Pacific District churches cooperate in compassionate ministry

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 04/13/2015Lily (not her real name) is a sixth grade girl who has lived for two years at the Hope for a New Beginning transitional shelter for the homeless at Onelau'ena in Kapolei, Hawaii, U.S. Lily’s mother...

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