The One-Hour Prayer Outline

Recently Nazarene Missions International (NMI) of the Mesoamerica Region has distributed the following prayer outline that any believer can use to seek the Lord’s face and intercede for their churches, communities, and the nations. Proclaiming the glory of God in praise and worship. (10 minutes) Lord, you who know our thoughts and our hearts, allow... Continue Reading →

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In the past decade we have seen millions of refugees escape from a multitude of countries due to war, poverty, and famine. The United Nations Refugee Agency estimates that global “forced displacement” had surpassed 84 million as of mid-2021, and that was before several millions more flooded out of Afghanistan and Ukraine in the last... Continue Reading →

Holy Now and Forever

By: Scott Armstrong Bible Reading: Hebrews 10:14 NIV “By one sacrifice he has made perfect forever those who are being made holy.” The authorship of the letter to the Hebrews is unknown and often disputed. Some scholars believe it was written by Paul, and others by Apollos, Barnabas, Priscilla, or someone else. Whatever the case,... Continue Reading →

First Installment of “Missionary Summer” Is a Great Success

By: Elba Isabel Duson “Live in harmony with one another…” (Romans 12:16a) A beautiful spirit of unity and service characterized the first installment of what is being deemed in the Dominican Republic the “Missionary Summer”. From May 21 to 28, 2022, 12 Work and Witness volunteers from North Arkansas in the United States combined with... Continue Reading →

Gideon’s Best and Worst Decision

By: Frederick Buechner Last week I came across the following reflection by Frederick Buechner, originally published in his book Peculiar Treasures. It’s a reminder that effective leadership requires constant vigilance and attentiveness to the will of God. I call Gideon “The Reluctant Leader.” Enjoy Buechner’s insight. THE BEST THING THE JUDGE GIDEON ever did and... Continue Reading →

Be Filled with the Spirit

Dr. Eddie Estep, Kansas City (USA) District Superintendent When we use the word filled in English, we normally think of something being placed into a container, such as milk being poured to the brim of a glass, water being run into a bathtub, or gasoline being pumped into a tank. This is also the classic... Continue Reading →

In Defense of Second-Class Missionaries

By: Amy Medina Recently Emily and I came across a blog post that grabbed our attention. Missionary Amy Medina wrote an article for Missio Nexus entitled, In Defense of Second-Class Missionaries . In it she highlighted what she sees as the Church’s tendency (especially in the West) to categorize missionaries. Funding and even prayer support... Continue Reading →

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