Education Creates Long-Term Sustainability for Equatorial Guinea Churches

By: Daniel Sperry Mario and Irma Martinez had been faithfully serving the Lord for many years in Argentina when they began to feel restless. Mario had already served in numerous roles, including as a pastor, faculty member at Nazarene Theological Seminary–Southern Cone, and as a district superintendent, all at a young age. “I was the... Continue Reading →

Haiti Nazarenes Trust God Amid Crisis

Last week, the assassination of Haiti President Jovenel Moïse sent the nation into a tumultuous time. Haiti Field Strategy Coordinator Pierre Antoine Jacques shared the following update: “The recent events make the people in this country sad. It is a very difficult time that we are living here, but by the grace of God, the... Continue Reading →

Passionate for God or Addicted to Mediocrity? The Majesty of God Calls for our Response of Love and Excellence.

By. Ajith Fernando The following article was taken from PreachingToday.com & Christianity Today website We represent a great God who is over all and whose majesty is beyond all comparison. The greatest tragedy on earth is that people do not honor this great God. Our great goal in life is to bring honor to God.... Continue Reading →

No Body but Yours

By: Scott Armstrong Key Verse: “As you have sent me into the world, I have sent them into the world” (John 17:18). In the moments before Jesus was handed over to be crucified, he spends time with his disciples in the upper room. And he ends his time with them by praying one of the... Continue Reading →

First Virtual Cross-Cultural Orientation Held on the Caribbean Field

By: Min. Timmeon Spencer, Global Missions Caribbean Field Coordinator The Global Missions arm of the Church of the Nazarene is the ministry responsible for “Discovering, Developing and Deploying Missionaries” throughout our Fields and Regions. In the Caribbean, it has been the frontline ministry over the years in organizing mission events and developing and forming missionaries... Continue Reading →

Ambassadors of Christ

By: Scott Armstrong Key Verse: “We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal through us. We implore you on Christ’s behalf: Be reconciled to God” (2 Cor. 5:20). My family and I have lived outside our “country of origin” for more than 18 years, and that has entailed many trips to... Continue Reading →

A Word for the (Covid) Weary

By: Rev. Michaele LaVigne We have recently marked the one-year anniversary of COVID reality in many countries around the world. One year of cancellations, deaths, fear, crisis, masks, online services, and upheaval in every part of our lives. I think we all fall into the category of those who are “weary and carry heavy burdens.”... Continue Reading →

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