By: Elba Isabel Duson Missions Mobilization Coordinator, MesoCentral Field From April 29 through May 1, 2023, the latest Cross-Cultural Orientation (CCO) was held in Rancho Arriba, Dominican Republic. 27 participants were present, representing the five districts of the country, and also Guatemala and Panama. “For me the CCO was a great experience where the Lord... Continue Reading →
A Day In The Life Of a Missionary in a Creative Access Area…
The previous article provided an overview of the Church’s work in countries or world areas that cannot officially be recognized by name due to resistance or restrictions to the sharing of the gospel. These political, social, or religious environments require creative approaches for ministry and missions. Today we hear the testimony of what an average... Continue Reading →
Called to Serve 2023: Bahamas
Many were asking, so here is the registration info for our next Called to Serve trip in the Caribbean!
Testimony of Impact. Maximum Mission, Las Matas de Farfan, D.R.Testimony of Impact.
My name is Crisnery Dominguez. I had the blessing of participating in my first Maximum Mission on February 25, 26 and 27 in the Southern District of the Dominican Republic. One of the experiences that most marked my life was during house-to-house evangelism. I met a woman, but when I approached her to share, she... Continue Reading →
Maximum Mission: Nazarene Outreach. Las Matas de Farfan, Southern District, D.R.
By: Laritza del Carmen Mora But if I say, "I will not mention his word or speak anymore in his name," his word is in my heart like a fire, a fire shut up in my bones. I am weary of holding it in; indeed, I cannot. --Jeremiah 20:9 This time of service has fueled... Continue Reading →
The Missions Mobilization Logo
By: Scott Armstrong As outlined in the previous article, the ministry in the Mesoamerica Region known as Global Missions has undergone a name and logo change. We explained the rationale there, and we would ask you to share that information and other videos we have been putting out on all our social media. I do... Continue Reading →
From Global Missions to Missions Mobilization
By: Scott Armstrong A change has been brewing for several months now in one of the ministries of the Mesoamerica Region. For nearly two decades, Global Missions Mesoamerica has been Discovering, Developing, and Deploying (3D) Nazarene missionaries from our region around the world. Resources and trainings such as the Cross-Cultural Orientation, the School of Leadership,... Continue Reading →
Project Paul Takes Place in Valladolid, México
By: Natali Novelo Chan, GM Coordinator: Mexico East District As we mentioned in the previous article, as a Global Missions team, we were recently setting goals and planning dates for the coming calendar year. Part of that process included looking back on successful and important events where God had moved powerfully last year. It made... Continue Reading →
The Symbolic Nature of Biblical Cities
By: Dr. David Busic Jerusalem became the biblical archetype of God’s hope for a city and the possibilities of urban redemption. It was called “the joy of the whole earth” (Psalm 48:2). It radiated divine presence and power: “From Zion, perfect in beauty, God shines forth” (Psalm 50:2). Jerusalem was even declared to be the... Continue Reading →
Global Missions Celebrates Virtual Graduation for the Third Time
For the third consecutive year, the Global Missions Ministry in the Mesoamerica Region was able to celebrate the virtual graduation of 42 students from Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Panama, Cuba, Venezuela, Colombia and the U.S., who successfully and joyfully completed the School of Leadership’s study program with a specialization in Cross-cultural Missions on... Continue Reading →