Popcorn & KoolAid

By: Rev. David Mills When I was growing up as a boy, my family didn't have a lot of money. My dad was a pastor in rural Eastern Kentucky in one of the most impoverished areas in the USA. However, my parents taught me a very important lesson about hospitality and serving in our local community. ... Continue Reading →

Why Lent?

By: Dr. Eddie Estep February 17, 2021, was Ash Wednesday, the first day of the season called Lent.  Ash Wednesday gets its name from the custom, in some Christian denominations, of placing ashes on the forehead as a sign of penitence. The ashes are obtained by burning the palm branches from the previous year’s Palm... Continue Reading →

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 →

Giving in Times of Crisis

By: Lola Brickey and Karen Cruz A few weeks ago, the NMI (Nazarene Missions International) of the Mesoamerica Region produced and broadcast a series of messages and workshops from various global and regional leaders. The hope is that these videos spark conversation in our churches and equip us for today's mission. After watching each video,... Continue Reading →

Time For a New Normal

By: Ed Stetzer The following article was originally published on Christianity Today´s website Returning to normal after such a historic moment would be nothing short of missing one of the greatest opportunities of our lifetime. As countries have begun varied and nuanced approaches to reopening businesses, parks, and more, we find ourselves asking more and... Continue Reading →

Nazarene Compassionate Ministries Mobilizes to Assist in Eight Different Countries After Hurricane Eta

In the past week, many countries of our Mesoamerica Region have been greatly affected by Hurricane Eta. We ask for any and all prayer networks to be activated with regards to the devastation from Mexico through Panama. Dozens of our Nazarene church buildings and the Bible Institute in Coban, Guatemala have becoming emergency shelter space... Continue Reading →

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