More Jesus in Evangelism

By: Michael Frost I recently came across an article by missiologist and author Michael Frost entitled “Jesus Take the Wheel.” The story he tells of an interaction with an Uber driver (reprinted below) caused a lot of discussion amongst our team, and we will even dedicate a future episode of The Worthless Servants podcast to... Continue Reading →

Testimonies of Hope in Trials

The following is a continuation of a Christianity Today Article written by Syntyche D. Dahou and entitled: “French’s Two Words for Hope Helped Me Endure the Pandemic.” Hope does not shelter us from the trials and difficulties of life, but it helps us overcome them with serenity and joy. Scripture reminds us of this. “Against... Continue Reading →

7 Observations on the 2021 Nazarene Statistics: Mesoamerica Version

By: Scott Armstrong A few months ago, General Secretary Gary Hartke and Nazarene Research Services released the annual Church of the Nazarene statistical reports for 2021. Soon thereafter, I wrote an article with 13 observations on those global trends and numbers, and we also recorded an episode of The Worthless Servants podcast to share what jumped out at us.... Continue Reading →

Holiness and Sanctification

By: Eddie Estep, Kansas City (USA) District Superintendent We believe that sanctification is the work of God which transforms believers into the likeness of Christ.  - Article 10, Manual, Church of the Nazarene Sanctification—the act or process by which something or someone is made holy—begins when the human heart first responds to grace. Because sin... Continue Reading →

Maximum Mission Rebuilds the Community of Yuma, Dominican Republic

From March 25 to 27, 2022, approximately 30 young people from the Dominican Republic mobilized in support of the Eastern District during its Maximum Mission REBUILD, in which they ministered in areas of compassion, evangelism, fellowship and service in different communities within the city of San Rafael de Yuma. The district leaders, together with coordinator... Continue Reading →

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