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How to GOLocal

by Caleb Friedeman on 04/08/2014Leer esto en Español.   How can we create a missional experience for youth that is not a financial burden?   That’s the question my brother Elijah and I were pondering over the phone three years ago...

El largo camino hacia la apertura de un refugio para sobrevivientes del tráfico sexual

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 02/26/2014“Lleva mucho más tiempo del que te imaginas.”   Éste es el mantra de Rondy Smith cuando habla acerca de lo que conlleva el desarrollo de un refugio para víctimas del tráfico sexual.   Smith comenzó a...

The long road to open shelter for sex traffick survivors

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 02/25/2014“It takes longer than you think.”   That is the mantra of Rondy Smith when she talks about what it takes to develop a shelter for sex trafficking victims.   Smith began in 2011 to lay the groundwork...

Creciente impulso nazareno en cuanto al movimiento abolicionista

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 02/12/2014Quizás usted esté familiarizado con el siguiente dicho: “La mano derecha no sabe lo que hace la mano izquierda".   Considerando la analogía bíblica de la iglesia en relación con el cuerpo humano,...

Nazarene grassroots momentum building around abolition movement

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 02/11/2014You know that saying, “The right hand doesn’t know what the left hand is doing”?   Considering the biblical analogy of the Church to the human body, that might adequately describe where the Nazarene...

New book explains the fullness of mission

by Steve Baska on 12/16/2013The Christian mission to the world must include “telling, doing and being,” without shirking any of those three elements, explains MidAmerica Nazarene University (MNU) professor Dean Flemming, Ph.D...

Housewife uses home business to support missionaries

by Carol Anne Eby on 11/14/2013Ruth Ann Conaway is a quiet, unassuming Ohio housewife with a big heart and a passion for missions. A stay-at-home mom, she developed a very successful Tupperware business through the years, selling...

One Heart - Many Hands brings thousands of Nazarenes to repair homes in Indianapolis

by Callie Radke on 06/10/2013The man had not been able to navigate his own house for years, dependent on a wheelchair in a house not able to support his needs. Instead of moving himself, he was forced to rely on others. But that...

Missionary profile: Chuck and Joanne Nicholson

by Engage Magazine on 05/12/2013Since January, Chuck and Joanne Nicholson have been part of a five-member team working with One Heart Many Hands (OHMH) in the inner city of Indianapolis, Indiana, preparing for General Assembly....

"Cowboy churches" attract members of unreached culture in the U.S.

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 03/20/2013Rich Isbell was angry at God. He’d attended church occasionally in California with his wife, but when she died, he wanted nothing more to do with God or church. He couldn’t understand why God had...

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