General Superintendent Eugénio R. Duarte announced the appointment of Curtis Lewis Jr. as interim superintendent of the Dallas District.
Dr. Joseph Dudley Powers, the founding administrator of Kudjip Nazarene Hospital and a former Church of the Nazarene General Board president, passed away March 22.
Churches in Ghana are supporting young women by raising money for their education and taking in girls who have been disowned by their families.
Illescas, Spain — When missionaries Josh and Shannon Herndon opened the rear of their car in mid-February, their hearts sank: They were the victims of a car break-in.
Four bags of children's baseball equipment had been stolen from the vehicle's hidden compartment in a targeted theft that left behind their GPS and car radio.
The baseball equipment is a critical component of their sports outreach ministry in Illescas, Spain, on the outskirts of Madrid.
More than 700 Nazarenes gathered last week for Africa's first regional conference in 12 years. The workshops, messages, and Q-and-A sessions with leaders aligned with the region's vision to "Prepare the Way" for people to know Jesus.
Cozumel, Mexico — The Mexico East District recently held a Maximum Mission event in Cozumel, an island with no Church of the Nazarene presence. The outreach included doctor visits, clothes and grocery donations, house-to-house prayer, haircuts, guitar workshops, JESUS film screenings, and more.
Around 50 young adults participated January 17 to 20 with a group of Nazarenes from Indiana, USA.
Several families were reached by the film's message. One of those families lives in front of the park where the event was conducted.
Nazarene churches in Sierra Leone and Liberia launched the 21 and Free campaign to help reverse the rejection often experienced by those released from Ebola quarantine.
Marge Smith, widow of MidAmerica Nazarene University founding president R. Curtis Smith, passed away March 15 at the age of 96.