Mentoring with Intention

It’s easy to confuse mentoring and friendship. Friendships are essential connections important to our sense of well-being. People need friends. Times with friends bring laughter, listening ears, and encouragement. As friends do things together, their conversation may lead to an important question and an opportunity for biblical guidance. But the conversation often goes no deeper... Continue Reading →

“This is Good”

By: Scott Armstrong I recently came across the following African folk tale shared by Tami Matheny in her book This is Good: A Journey on Overcoming Adversity: There was an African king who had a best friend with whom he kept close to him.The friend had a habit of looking at every situation that occurred... Continue Reading →

The Me Circle

By: Scott Armstrong If you’re like me, life has recently seemed out of control. A global pandemic will do that to you. Our work, our schools, and even our family has begun to truly function differently. Some of those changes have been great, but in moments of honesty we’d have to divulge that adversity is... Continue Reading →

A Word for the (Covid) Weary

By: Rev. Michaele LaVigne We have recently marked the one-year anniversary of COVID reality in many countries around the world. One year of cancellations, deaths, fear, crisis, masks, online services, and upheaval in every part of our lives. I think we all fall into the category of those who are “weary and carry heavy burdens.”... Continue Reading →

More Testimonies of Transformation During Mission without Limits

By: Mitzi Villegas Carmona In the past weeks, we have been sharing about an impactful event that took place during Holy Week 2021. For many participants, Mission without Limits https://transformtheglobe.com/2021/04/09/stage-three-of-mission-without-limits-takes-place-in-mesoamerica/ has been an opportunity to hear the voice of the Holy Spirit in a new way. clear. And that “glocal” https://transformtheglobe.com/2020/10/20/what-is-glocal/missionary opportunity also began to... Continue Reading →

An Open Door in the Middle of Mourning

By: Isaac de Jesús Rodríguez, Dominican Republic Two weeks before starting Mission Without Limits https://transformtheglobe.com/2021/04/09/stage-three-of-mission-without-limits-takes-place-in-mesoamerica/, we were passing through a difficult process with our mother. One Wednesday afternoon she suffered several cardiac arrests and we had to take her to the doctor to admit her. Instantly I started crying and I said to God, “What... Continue Reading →

Testimonies of a Limitless God

God's methods are unconventional, and His wisdom is endless. He is the one who surprises us with marvelous acts! Every day we learn something new about God. The third edition of Mission without Limits in the Mesoamerica Region https://transformtheglobe.com/2021/04/09/stage-three-of-mission-without-limits-takes-place-in-mesoamerica/, held from March 29 to April 4, 2021, was undoubtedly a time of learning and surprises.... Continue Reading →

A Journey of Grace

The Board of General Superintendents (BGS) announced a new denominational initiative, Nazarene Discipleship: A Journey of Grace, to provide a framework for discipleship in the Church of the Nazarene worldwide. Members of the BGS worked with denominational representatives from across the globe to make this initiative a reality, and, at the 97th Session of the... Continue Reading →

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