Minding the Gap (in Ministry)

By: Rev. Dr. Clark Armstrong There is an intricate subway system in London with many levels and sub-levels transporting hundreds of thousands of people every day in thousands of directions underneath the city. Not only can you get lost trying to get from place to place in The Tube (its nickname); danger lurks all around.... Continue Reading →

Three Roads to Chicago

By: Dr. Clark Armstrong In the USA, there are many roads to take to get from one major city to another. During most of my adulthood I have lived in Kansas City, but since my roots were in Chicago I have had to travel back there many times. These destination points are over 500 miles... Continue Reading →

Set Apart

By: Dr. Eddie Estep You are to be holy to me because I, the Lord, am holy, and I have set you apart from the nations to be my own. Leviticus 20:26 Therefore, if anyone cleanses himself from what is dishonorable, he will be a vessel for honorable use, set apart as holy, useful to... Continue Reading →

Testimonies of Impact: Missionary Summer “All Hands on Deck” 2022

In August, the last "Missionary Summer, All Hands on Deck" trip was held in the Dominican Republic. Over the span of four months and during five different mission opportunities, volunteers from Guatemala, the Dominican Republic, and Costa Rica participated together with Work and Witness (W&W) teams from different U.S. states. Global Missions leaders from the... Continue Reading →

Missions Team Comes Alongside St. Lucia Church to Impact Community

This article first appeared in the Mesoamerica Region’s homepage http://mesoamericaregion.org/ Ten missions team members from Jamaica, Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago, and Guyana joined the “Called to Serve” short-term missions trip and traveled to St. Lucia to serve alongside the Castries Church of the Nazarene in July for 11 days of ministry and community outreach. The... Continue Reading →

A Prayer for Our Cities

By: Cathy Spangler Father, give us eyes to see others as You see them, especially the ones that are different from us with different opinions than us: people we have been ignoring and not “seeing.” Reform and break down our attitudes and the walls we build that devalue human beings that You care for. Help... Continue Reading →

First Vegetables, Then Fruits

By: Esteban Murillo As we waited for our first child, Etienne, to be born, Dhariana and I read and researched a lot about the whole world of babies. One of the fundamental items was food. For rookie parents, everything is completely new. When to give solid food? How much? Which foods are best, and which... Continue Reading →

A Call to Pray For Haiti

As regional leaders, we have recently felt a burden to intercede greatly for Haiti. This week we received the following report and prayer requests from the Church of the Nazarene’s leaders there. Haiti and its districts are going through a very complicated time, but now it has grown even more difficult. Insecurity and vandalism are... Continue Reading →

Whole-Life Coaching

By: Rev. Dario Richards A few years ago, I had a dilemma as a brother and a pastor. My youngest brother had finally reached his goal of becoming a player on Barbados’ national football team. My challenge was the national team practice would be on Sundays during the time he attended our church service. As... Continue Reading →

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