By: Scott Armstrong, Missions Mobilization Coordinator, Mesoamerica Region As our amazing ministry team is picking up the first leaders and participants, it is dawning on us: Discover Missions is here! This iteration of Discover Missions is the first of its kind in the Church of the Nazarene, and sites and dates are being determined for... Continue Reading →
Creative Access Areas of the Church of the Nazarene
For the Church of the Nazarene, work in “Additional Areas” – sometimes known as “Creative Access Areas” – began in 1994 and continues to the present (2023 as of the publishing of this article). These “Additional Areas” are located on several of the regions where the Church of the Nazarene has works. These areas tend... Continue Reading →
Called to Serve 2023: Bahamas
Many were asking, so here is the registration info for our next Called to Serve trip in the Caribbean!
Testimony of Impact. Maximum Mission, Las Matas de Farfan, D.R.Testimony of Impact.
My name is Crisnery Dominguez. I had the blessing of participating in my first Maximum Mission on February 25, 26 and 27 in the Southern District of the Dominican Republic. One of the experiences that most marked my life was during house-to-house evangelism. I met a woman, but when I approached her to share, she... Continue Reading →
Maximum Mission: RENEWED Takes Place in the Dominican Republic
On October 14-16, 2022, MAXIMUM MISSION RENEWED took place in the Northeast District of the Dominican Republic. 25 young people from four districts mobilized to collaborate in various ministries in Las Terrenas of Samaná after the destruction there due to Hurricane Fiona one month ago. The work of compassionate ministries perhaps became the most urgent... Continue Reading →
In Defense of Second-Class Missionaries
By: Amy Medina Recently Emily and I came across a blog post that grabbed our attention. Missionary Amy Medina wrote an article for Missio Nexus entitled, In Defense of Second-Class Missionaries . In it she highlighted what she sees as the Church’s tendency (especially in the West) to categorize missionaries. Funding and even prayer support... Continue Reading →
Called to Serve: St. Lucia.
7 Reasons Why Missionaries (or any Speaker) Should Never Just Show Up for Service
As invited speakers, we can learn much and minister more effectively by being with a small group before service. By: Scott Armstrong Simply by virtue of being missionaries in the Church of the Nazarene, my wife and I dedicate three months every two years to home assignment, traveling around our home country and preaching in... Continue Reading →
An Update On Genesis
By: Scott Armstrong In the Mesoamerica Region of the Church of the Nazarene, we dedicate the month of January every year to the promotion, prayer and giving for the Genesis ministry. NMI (Nazarene Missions International), under the leadership of Ana María Crocker, has truly led the way in prioritizing this emphasis, and for that we... Continue Reading →
Missionary with Genesis Reflects on her Two Years of Service
By: Diana González In the previous post https://transformtheglobe.com/2021/10/22/church-planted-through-the-genesis-initiative-receives-new-members-in-pacaja-guatemala/, I had the privilege of sharing about what God is doing in Pacajá, Guatemala during our last few weeks here. The truth is that the reception of members, the installation of the new pastor, and many other things have confirmed my call and my desire to serve... Continue Reading →