Many Ways to Worship One God

By Saraí Ramos A few weeks ago, God gave me the opportunity to travel to Hyderabad, India where I participated in Third Wave, a global gathering of emerging leaders within the Church of the Nazarene.  The main purpose of the event is to provide a space for youth to connect in a cross-cultural setting through... Continue Reading →

An All-Terrain God

In our previous post we published a report of what God did through the 4x4 All-Terrain missions project in Queretaro, Mexico. In the week between Christmas 2018 and New Year’s Day 2019, a group of youth served along with the already deployed Genesis missionaries in Queretaro. Now we would like to share a few testimonies... Continue Reading →

The “Softer” Side of Leadership May Be Stronger Than You Think

By Dan Reiland It’s true that no one wants to follow an insecure, indecisive, or ineffective leader. Qualities like confident, decisive and courageous are essential and needed. Great leaders can handle the tough circumstances that come their way. But tough-minded leaders must also be tender-hearted, or their leadership becomes cold and hard. The strength and... Continue Reading →

Keeping Your Church Young

By Dan Reiland Churches age and churches die. But intentional leadership can make that divine journey significantly longer and much more spiritually productive. There are several things you can do to help keep your church young, alive and vibrant even though the chronological aging process continues. This post isn’t about an ecclesiastical fountain of youth.... Continue Reading →

Urban Evangelization – Part 2 of 2

*This is part two of the article published in the previous post. We must be a continual presence in our city. Jeremiah continues his prophecy and tells the Israelites to involve their children in marriage ceremonies and to increase in number. We are talking about generational impact in the city – our evangelism must produce... Continue Reading →

Urban Evangelization – Part 1 of 2

By Scott and Emily Armstrong The city has it all, doesn’t it? Schools and universities, hospitals and doctor’s offices, theatres and shopping malls – the list goes on and on! With more employment opportunities and access to health care and education, it’s obvious why people want to live in the city. Global statistics tell us that... Continue Reading →

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