Radamés

By: Ruth Keila Molina Some might think that as a missionary, I have a special gift to almost automatically be patient and loving towards everyone. I must confess that it is difficult for me, especially when a person seems to be a “specialist” in causing headaches. My little “headache boy” while I was in Panama... Continue Reading →

God Doesn’t Play Favorites

By: Marlene Valadez Several young people from various cities visited us for a few days days to help with a Maximum Mission, which is an outreach to the community through medical services, workshops for parents, etc. One day while we were in the neighborhood park attending to some people, a woman came up to us... Continue Reading →

The Wait

By: Ingrid Jocholá Who likes to wait? Waiting is the worst. We want everything to be instantaneous.  We often pray for years for people to know the Lord, but in the end we give them up as lost causes because we believe that the response has dragged on longer than we can wait. We must... Continue Reading →

An Unexpected Call

By: María de los Ángeles Romero Have you ever missed a call because your cell phone was on silent? I have! Not just one, but many calls. Regina was a chatty, energetic, charming little five-year old. She was one of our faithful attenders, and every afternoon she came along with her mom. She stopped coming... Continue Reading →

A Great Story Behind the White Door

By: Marleidy Sánchez When we arrived to Panama City as new missionaries, we realized our neighborhood, called The Liberators, was characterized by sky scrapers over 15 floors high filled with apartments. Since there were many children, one of our first activities there was a Vacation Bible School. Ingrid, one of the other missionaries, and I... Continue Reading →

Gathered to Scatter

By: Rev. Craig Shepperd Abstract: This essay looks at what is the purpose of our gathering. What might corporate worship be preparing us for? During these days of Pandemic, we miss being together for worship. The question remains, however, what about it are we missing? We may be missing social interaction. We may be missing... Continue Reading →

Pioneer. Develop. Resource.

By: Dr. Verne Ward, Global Missions Director, Church of the Nazarene “I planted the seed and Apollos watered it, but God made it grow. So neither he who plants nor he who waters is anything, but only God, who makes things grow. He who plants and he who waters are one in purpose, and each... Continue Reading →

Cross-Cultural Orientation in Bonao, Dominican Republic

A Cross-Cultural Orientation (CCO) was held March 6-8, 2020 at the Donald Wunker Christian Bible Campgrounds in Maimón, Bonao, Dominican Republic. 46 participants with missions interest attended the activity, and the 16 trainers present gave workshops, shared devotionals, and led dynamics as they guided all those present who were exploring their cross-cultural mission call. The... Continue Reading →

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