Healthy Church, Healthy School

By: July Quiterio Cuello At the end of 2021 and the first half of 2022, the Quisqueya Church of the Nazarene in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, began a historic process that came to redefine and challenge the congregation. This happened, thanks to the fact that we decided to participate together with 4 churches in the... Continue Reading →

Cross-Cultural Orientation (CCO) Changes Lives in Antigua, Guatemala

From January 13 to 15, 2023, a Cross-Cultural Orientation (CCO) was held in Antigua, Guatemala. Between participants and leaders, 60 people attended, and four countries were represented: the United States, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras. The pastor of the Church of the Nazarene in Antigua, Erwin Bol, expressed: “Ever since I received the phone call... Continue Reading →

A Day In The Life Of a Missionary in a Creative Access Area…

The previous article provided an overview of the Church’s work in countries or world areas that cannot officially be recognized by name due to resistance or restrictions to the sharing of the gospel. These political, social, or religious environments require creative approaches for ministry and missions. Today we hear the testimony of what an average... Continue Reading →

40 Days of Prayer Prior to Pentecost

Starting today, April 19, 2023, Nazarene Missions International in the Mesoamerica Region is calling all Nazarenes to intercede in the next 40 days for an outpouring of the Holy Spirit on our churches and nations. An overview of the campaign is provided below, and the entire devotional plan can be accessed at the link below.... Continue Reading →

Mental Health Training at Center of Healing for Victims of War in Ukraine

The following article was taken from the Eurasia Region website and Nazarene News. In early 2022, Svitlana Kleshchar fled Ukraine at the onset of war. She returned months later to face a new reality: the reality of life lived in constant, toxic stress. “When I came back, I saw that a lot of people are... Continue Reading →

The Garden and the Cross

By: Rev. Emily Armstrong As Jesus walks to the cross, he has taught us lessons on hospitality, humility, sacrifice, and the new covenant. In his last moments on earth, Jesus begins to use a very clear vocabulary with his disciples, proving that Jesus knows exactly how he is going to spend the next few hours.... Continue Reading →

The Proclamation of a King

By: Rev. Emily Armstrong Lent culminates with Holy Week when we contemplate the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross. In the coming days, we will focus on the main events that happened in the life of Jesus. Jesus has spent some years ministering on earth. The Bible records his miracles and his relationships with both... Continue Reading →

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