First Virtual Cross-Cultural Orientation Held on the Caribbean Field

By: Min. Timmeon Spencer, Global Missions Caribbean Field Coordinator The Global Missions arm of the Church of the Nazarene is the ministry responsible for “Discovering, Developing and Deploying Missionaries” throughout our Fields and Regions. In the Caribbean, it has been the frontline ministry over the years in organizing mission events and developing and forming missionaries... Continue Reading →

Ambassadors of Christ

By: Scott Armstrong Key Verse: “We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal through us. We implore you on Christ’s behalf: Be reconciled to God” (2 Cor. 5:20). My family and I have lived outside our “country of origin” for more than 18 years, and that has entailed many trips to... Continue Reading →

Be a Philip

By: Scott Armstrong Key Verse: “Finding Philip, Jesus said to him, ‘Follow me’…Philip found Nathanael and told him, “We have found the One…” (John 1:43, 45).  One time my wife and I were leaving a restaurant with our young children. We were talking to friends leisurely and got to the car. There was only one... Continue Reading →

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 →

The Impact of Mission Without Limits Continues

By: Mitzi Villegas Carmona Every participant in a missions trip has a story to tell. Many times, we do not hear of the impact of a missions opportunity on those who have been involved. Today we close our time of sharing testimonies from Mission Without Limits https://transformtheglobe.com/2021/04/09/stage-three-of-mission-without-limits-takes-place-in-mesoamerica/ by briefly hearing two more stories of God’s... Continue Reading →

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