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.

A family from Syria, with Armenian roots, has resettled in Yerevan, and along with the local Nazarenes, is helping other Syrian-Armenian refugees find a new home and new life.

Edgar de la Rosa was devastated after his family moved out because of his drug and alcohol addiction. God not only brought transformation and healing for Edgar, but also inspired him to start a ministry that would impact his community in Oaxaca, Mexico.

At just about 100 years old – when many aging churches end their natural life cycle – a California church is drawing in a new generation of teenagers from the surrounding neighborhoods.

In Paynesville, Liberia, water is in short supply. The Church of the Nazarene responded by installing a community water well, and the locals’ perception of the church has been transformed.

"En el futuro queremos alcanzar los lugares difíciles en países donde ya nos encontramos y en los que jamás hemos estado... Hay países en los que nace más gente que la que muere, así que la película JESÚS continuará teniendo impacto".

Más de 20 años, más de 75 millones de personas que han oído acerca de Jesús a través del ministerio Asociación Película de JESÚS (APJ) y 14 millones de personas que indicaron haber tomado su decisión por Cristo. El director del ministerio reflexiona acerca de todo lo que Dios ha hecho durante el correr de los años.

Over 20 years, more than 75 million people have heard about Jesus through JESUS Film Harvest Partners ministry, with 14 million having indicated decisions for Christ. JFHP's director reflects on all God has done over the years.

"In the future, we want to hit the difficult places in countries where we are and where we’ve never been.... More people are being born than are dying in certain countries, so the JESUS film will [continue to] have an impact."

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.”


Southeast Asia Nazarene Bible College opens Indianapolis extension center

Southeast Asia Nazarene Bible College opens extension center in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. When Ray McCrary came to Indianapolis, Indiana, Southside Church of the Nazarene in 2012, he quickly realized the challenges of pastoring an aging white congregation in a community undergoing rapid social change.“If we were to continue ministering to the south side of Indianapolis, we had to become multicultural,” McCary said.