Church of the Nazarene Bread of Life Uses Urban Methods to Reach its Community

Testimony shared by: Gabriela Bustos My husband, Carlos, and I started a new project within the community of Los Libertadores, Panama City more than three months ago. (That congregation was started by missionaries with the Genesis ministry in 2018.) Together with a group of five teenagers, we had dreamed of forming a soccer school that... Continue Reading →

Honduras Youth Leader Steps Up to Help Community in Crisis

By: Daniel Sperry The following article was taken from https://www.nazarene.org/article/honduras-youth-leader-steps-help-community-crisis Emmanuel Guerrero has been a leader in his community of San Pedro Sula, Honduras, since he was an adolescent. As he got older, he began to feel a call to missions and was set to be a part of the Genesis program, a missionary program... Continue Reading →

On The Same Page

By: Dr. Louis Bustle “For it is God who works in you to will and to act according to his good purpose” Philippians 2:13. Today I talked with a fellow believer from Argentina who has come to us from another denomination. We talked about the reasons that he has chosen our denomination. He told me... Continue Reading →

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 →

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