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 →

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 →

Testimonies of Hope in Trials

The following is a continuation of a Christianity Today Article written by Syntyche D. Dahou and entitled: “French’s Two Words for Hope Helped Me Endure the Pandemic.” Hope does not shelter us from the trials and difficulties of life, but it helps us overcome them with serenity and joy. Scripture reminds us of this. “Against... Continue Reading →

Maximum Mission Rebuilds the Community of Yuma, Dominican Republic

From March 25 to 27, 2022, approximately 30 young people from the Dominican Republic mobilized in support of the Eastern District during its Maximum Mission REBUILD, in which they ministered in areas of compassion, evangelism, fellowship and service in different communities within the city of San Rafael de Yuma. The district leaders, together with coordinator... Continue Reading →

A Victorious Church: Mission Without Limits Site Thriving in Guyana

By: Min. Timmeon Spencer, Caribbean Field Global Missions Coordinator In August of 2021, the Caribbean Global Missions Team launched Mission Without Limits across the Districts of the Caribbean Field. During its launch, the District Superintendent of the Guyana: Demerara-Essequibo District, Rev. Dr. Alphonso Porter, identified the Yarrowkabra Community as one of the target sites for... Continue Reading →

Recovery Efforts Continue in Tonga

The following article was taken from Nazarene News Recovery efforts continue in Tonga after an undersea volcano eruption and subsequent tsunami caused chaos for the island nation on 15 January. The tsunami destroyed all of the coastal resorts and took out the underwater fiber-optic cables, making communication from Tonga to the rest of the world... Continue Reading →

Church of the Nazarene Ministering to Venezuelan Migrants in Trinidad and Tobago

By: Rev. Rian Williams Pastor, Arima Church of the Nazarene, Trinidad & Tobago Imagine moving to a country with little resources, money, and not being able to speak the language. For the average person, this might seem quite scary. What might be considered a scare is the reality for the thousands of Venezuelan migrants who... Continue Reading →

Mission Without Limits: Focus on Suriname and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

By: Min. Timmeon Spencer, Field Global Missions Coordinator In our previous posts, we highlighted what God has done through Missions Without Limits in Caribbean Field, especially focusing on Barbados, and Guiana and French Guiana . In our final article of this series, we now turn our attention to two other countries impacted by the event:... Continue Reading →

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