Witnesses of Jesus Christ

Dr. Milton Gay Valencia Mesoamerica Regional Evangelism Coordinator “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth” (Acts 1:8). Did you know that God prepares us to share the good news... Continue Reading →

Lent: Unity Instead of Division

By: Josué Villatoro Lent, the season of the Christian Calendar that we are currently celebrating, is perhaps one of the greatest reasons for controversy, discussion, and debate in the Protestant Christian world. This Christian commemoration, which begins on Ash Wednesday, is a frank and direct invitation to all of us who observe it, to prepare... Continue Reading →

Ukraine One Year on: Zee’s Story

This article was originally published by the Eurasia Region and on https://www.nazarene.org/article/ukraine-one-year-zees-story On the one-year anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, I was grateful to see my friend Zee Gimon’s testimony shared around the Nazarene world. Her story is one of God’s grace and continued presence in the midst of horrific circumstances. Please keep... Continue Reading →

The Missions Mobilization Logo

By: Scott Armstrong As outlined in the previous article, the ministry in the Mesoamerica Region known as Global Missions has undergone a name and logo change. We explained the rationale there, and we would ask you to share that information and other videos we have been putting out on all our social media. I do... Continue Reading →

From Global Missions to Missions Mobilization

By: Scott Armstrong A change has been brewing for several months now in one of the ministries of the Mesoamerica Region. For nearly two decades, Global Missions Mesoamerica has been Discovering, Developing, and Deploying (3D) Nazarene missionaries from our region around the world. Resources and trainings such as the Cross-Cultural Orientation, the School of Leadership,... Continue Reading →

Lent: Is It Only for the Roman Catholic Church? (Part 1)

By: Rev.  Dr. Andrés E. Hernández      In an article written for Holiness Today, Rob L. Staples[1] points out that in the past some evangelical churches rejected the observance of Lent. However, many of those churches, including Churches of the Nazarene, are rediscovering how certain aspects of the Christian tradition help us refocus on the... Continue Reading →

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