7 Observations on the 2021 Nazarene Statistics: Mesoamerica Version

By: Scott Armstrong A few months ago, General Secretary Gary Hartke and Nazarene Research Services released the annual Church of the Nazarene statistical reports for 2021. Soon thereafter, I wrote an article with 13 observations on those global trends and numbers, and we also recorded an episode of The Worthless Servants podcast to share what jumped out at us.... Continue Reading →

Maximum Mission Rebuilds the Community of Yuma, Dominican Republic

From March 25 to 27, 2022, approximately 30 young people from the Dominican Republic mobilized in support of the Eastern District during its Maximum Mission REBUILD, in which they ministered in areas of compassion, evangelism, fellowship and service in different communities within the city of San Rafael de Yuma. The district leaders, together with coordinator... Continue Reading →

A Mind Fixed On The End

By: Rev. Yeri Nieto I Corinthians 15:20-26 When the warrior Joshua began his ministry as leader of the Hebrew people, God spoke to him and expressed one of the phrases that we repeat most in the church: "Be strong and courageous." But if we read Joshua 1:1-9 we notice that this request was made because... Continue Reading →

Two Failures. One Invitation

By: Josué Villatoro One had a spectacular future ahead of him; the other lived in luxury, full of success and glory. One was the heir to a business empire, the other the most important king of the moment. Despite this, neither of them made good choices, and what seemed to be a destiny full of... Continue Reading →

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