Nazarenes in Mexico Create a New Board Game to Reach their Community

By: Eunice Zaragoza Leal When we joined the short-term missions trip, Missions Without Limits, we could not have imagined how we would engage in missions in the midst of this pandemic. As the date approached, our entire team in Cadereyta, Mexico began to experience trials of different kinds. We lost family members to illnesses, and... Continue Reading →

The Seeking God

By: Dr. Stan Toler (1950-2017) “The Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost.”  Luke 19:10 Have you noticed it? The subtle inversion that’s taken place in our thinking about our mission? Where once we focused our energies on the word GO, we have now applied our thinking to strategies for getting... Continue Reading →

Mission Without Limits: “Think Global and Act Local”

Mission Without Limits: “Think Global and Act Local” By: Mitzi Villegas “Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.” —Lamentations 3:22-23 Mission Without Limits is a short missionary project that arose from the need to fully minister to our... 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 →

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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