Prayer and Missions in Times of Crisis

By: Dr. Luis Carlos Sáenz and Karen Cruz A few weeks ago, the NMI (Nazarene Missions International) of the Mesoamerica Region produced and transmitted a series of messages and workshops from various global and regional leaders. The purpose and hope is that these videos would spark conversation in our churches and prepare us for mission... Continue Reading →

Time For a New Normal

By: Ed Stetzer The following article was originally published on Christianity Today´s website Returning to normal after such a historic moment would be nothing short of missing one of the greatest opportunities of our lifetime. As countries have begun varied and nuanced approaches to reopening businesses, parks, and more, we find ourselves asking more and... Continue Reading →

Diwali: Time to Know True Light

By: Nitin Saraf India is a multi-cultural, multi-traditional and multi-religious country that celebrates many festivals. As we view these festivals through a Christian lens, they provide excellent opportunities for witnessing our faith in Jesus. For Hindus, Diwali is the biggest and most important festival. This year (2020) it is observed Nov. 14-19. In North India,... Continue Reading →

Global Service of Thanks

The following article was originally published on Church of the Nazarene website The Board of General Superintendents would like to invite the global Nazarene family to join in a virtual worship service featuring music from around the world and a BGS message on Sunday 22 November 2020.  The one-hour service will be available in five... Continue Reading →

The Repentance of Believers

The following article was taken from Holiness Today website My wife and I serve as pastors to an Asian Indian ministry in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. In our ministry, we find frequent opportunities to interact with others and discuss our faith in Jesus with our non-Christian student friends on the college campus of the University... Continue Reading →

Called to Be a Glocal Church

By: Mitzi Villegas Carmona Where does the term “glocal” come from? Glocal comes from the combination of two terms: global and local. Reformed missiologist Charles van Engen speaks in this regard that: “In the twenty-first century, the church of Jesus Christ needs to be self-aware of something that it already is: a glocal church… [A]... Continue Reading →

What is “Glocal”?

By: Scott Armstrong Have you seen what God is up to in our region lately? Despite a worldwide pandemic, our ministry of Global Missions has seen hundreds of students enrolled in online missions training, and this very week we are holding the first-ever online Cross-Cultural Orientation (known as “Explore” in some regions). Perhaps more astounding... Continue Reading →

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