With tears in his eye, Pastor Felix, an immigrant from Africa, said, “I never thought I would be able to earn a bachelor’s degree. You are making this dream possible.”

With tears in his eye, Pastor Felix, an immigrant from Africa, said, “I never thought I would be able to earn a bachelor’s degree. You are making this dream possible.”

A woman suffering through a devastating divorce and subsequent depression called out to many gods, including the God of Heaven. Only He answered her prayer and had a rescue plan for her life already in place.

Through focused assessment and training, Africa Nazarene University took more than 100 staff through the process of discovering their God-given strengths and learning how to develop them in work and ministry. Nazarene Strengths Institute is taking this training to Nazarenes around the world.

A pastor resigns from his church and begins managing a local restaurant to be closer to the people of a struggling Appalachian community.

A Glasgow, Scotland, church realizes that to most effectively serve the local refugee community, the church’s first priority is to “partner with the refugees themselves” in project design, implementation and evaluation.

A young couple relocate to Hawaii, where they join efforts with local Nazarenes in ministering to the homeless and other people in the community, and discover that the multi-ethnic state is a diverse mission field.

"Thank you for making me laugh when I didn't even want to smile," wrote a refugee child among the hundreds given education, normalcy, and loving relationships through Nazarene churches in Lebanon.

Over Lucy's life in Central Asia -- through heartbreaks, miracles and the healing of a loving group of believers -- Lucy has learned that true joy comes from knowing Christ.

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