Los misioneros Don y Carol Richardson no estaban logrando progresar al compartir el evangelio con una tribu de Nueva Guinea. Entonces, ellos pudieron ver al jefe de la tribu hacer las paces con una tribu enemiga al entregarles su hijo infante.

Missionaries Don and Carol Richardson were making no progress sharing the gospel with a tribe in New Guinea. Then, they watched the tribal chief make peace with an enemy tribe by giving them his infant son.

When Romelia Rodriguez and her grandson donated land for a new church in Sabana de Torres, Colombia, their generosity enabled Pastor Gina Milena Chavez and her husband to fulfill their call to become pastors.

The children who attend the Kombinat, Albania, child development center come from broken families. Although they may be neglected at home or by society, in the church, every child knows she is important -- and loved.

Several missionary leaders have argued that New-Testament-style churches should have local leaders, be financed locally, and be doing effective evangelism, discipleship and church planting on their own.

Valentine's cards and cookies helped a church begin a ministry of compassion to inmates of a local jail.

Nazarenes across the Western Mediterranean Field are serving their communities in innovative ways, from ministries to the homeless and a neighborhood coffee shop to food distribution and sports ministry.

A Nazarene church of 35 is reaching out to its struggling community through healing arts ministries for abused women, addiction recovery and ministry to the homeless, and partnering with other local churches and organizations for greater impact.

They said it couldn’t be done. They said that Haiti was in too much disarray for the church to spend time telling people about God and planting churches. They were wrong.

Pastor Thangchinkhup has dedicated his life to developing young people, through helping local churches learn how to more effectively invest in youth ministry. He starts with prayer and fasting.


Why General Assembly?

Delegates from the Democratic Republic of Congo are "thrilled and honored" to carry the voice of Nazarenes from their country to the quadrennial international General Assembly this June in Indianapolis. The event is a commitment to being a global church community.