While Hudson High School students Christina Joyce and Olivia Andrade knew of the growing epidemic of human trafficking, the pair got a first-hand look last summer at the horrific consequences of that trade.
The Church of the Nazarene’s Work & Witnessministry is marking its 40thyear of lay mission work. Read More
A weekend of violence in the Central African Republic included three artillery shells that crashed into a church and killed seven people, according to a pastor. Read More
Ever since Cynthia Payne became famous for accepting Luncheon Vouchers in lieu of sexual services in the 1987 hit film Personal Services, the female pimp has been glamorised and made to seem benign. But women who trade in women can be as brutal and cruel as their male counterparts and their numbers across Europe are increasing. Read More
The Peterson family arrived last week. Stephanie, Adam and their 4 little girls.
Our brothers and sisters in Egypt are in urgent need. They have long been kept in poverty by cruel discrimination, and now economic crisis and political confusion are worsening their desperate plight. Whether Egypt becomes an Islamic state or descends into chaos, their prospects are bleak. Please help us to sustain them at this harrowing time. Read More
On March 21, at 5 p.m., hundreds gathered to celebrate the grand opening of the new Gamertsfelder Mission Centre in Frome, Jamaica. Local churches, schools, police, firefighters and government officials joined Nazarenes and the center’s namesake himself, optometrist Dr. Paul Gamertsfelder, for the event. Read More
“We prayed for the rain to stop,” said the team member in Cameroon. “On the first day of the JESUS Film show, the sky was announcing rain. This was a concern for us. When the rain started, we began to pray for the Lord to hold back the water. The sky went back to normal. The people in the village were very surprised. We all praised God.”
Pray for the people in Cameroon to know God not just for shutting the skies but also for His Son. Continue reading
Never particularly interested in missions, long-time attendee Mike Duke joined Oklahoma City First Church’s 2008 mission trip to complete construction of a Nazarene church building in Zambia. The experience ignited something in him that became contagious to his whole church. Read More
A Hmong church leader in Vietnam has been beaten to death in police custody, area sources said. Read More