Why Care about the Global Church?

By: JoHannah Reardon If for no other reason, it provides perspective and balance Hindus attack Christians in India. Chinese believers are imprisoned for taking a stand against their government’s position on house churches. Venezuelan Christians are reeling from a perpetually downturned economy. Many West African Christians were suffering from lack of infrastructure when Ebola hit,... Continue Reading →

Prayer and Missions in Times of Crisis

By: Dr. Luis Carlos Sáenz and Karen Cruz A few weeks ago, the NMI (Nazarene Missions International) of the Mesoamerica Region produced and transmitted a series of messages and workshops from various global and regional leaders. The purpose and hope is that these videos would spark conversation in our churches and prepare us for mission... Continue Reading →

Call to Prayer and Fasting for Change

By: Board of General Superintendents Dear Friends, The last few days have been exceedingly difficult for the global family. For months now, the world has encountered the deadly effects of the coronavirus, which has affected our societies, our churches, and our families. Yet, this week, the news of an older virus that continues to affect... Continue Reading →

40 Days of Prayer

Every year, as a Region, we encourage all congregations to join in 40 Days of Prayer Prior to Pentecost. For that reason, Regional Nazarene Missions International (NMI) has prepared prayer requests for each day, which can be downloaded at the following link: 40 DAYS OF PRAYER PRIOR TO PENTECOST - 2020.   These 40 days... Continue Reading →

Perfect Love Casts Out All Fear

By: Emily Armstrong International living has it’s ups and downs, that’s for sure. One question that has fascinated me for a while is when people ask me if I’m afraid to live in another country. And this week, a few things have happened to provoke deeper thinking on that topic - so I’m writing about... Continue Reading →

Contemplating God

By: Scott Armstrong Almost all of my life I have struggled with prayer.  I am not talking about “arrow prayers” or praying continually (1 Thess. 5:17) throughout the day.  I tend to do a lot of that, and it has been meaningful to see how God is at work in the mundane of every task... Continue Reading →

Step One: Intentional Prayer

This is the first step in the series: “Ten Practical Steps For Planting New Churches,” written by Rev. Manuel Molina Flores. Prayer begins with the church planter or the mother church when they discover God is guiding them to plant a church in a particular place. Pray for: Local leaders who will participate in the... Continue Reading →

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