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After serving 33 years as a surgeon at Kudjip Nazarene Hospital in the Western Highlands of Papua New Guinea, Jim Radcliffe's son Ben is taking his place.
Nirmala had fallen in love with a man who drank, smoked, and did many other things she didn't like. One night, as she sat weeping in the rain outside her parents’ home, she remembered her sister talking about Jesus.
Southeast Asia Nazarene Bible College has opened an extension center in Indianapolis, Indiana, to serve the increasing Myanmar immigrant population.
At a recent training workshop, organizers assumed that the attendees were all there to participate in the project, but one man arrived for the first time without knowing what the activity was about.
At first, not everyone in the congregation agreed with Hamlet Mkrtchyan's vision to plant other churches. Some said the places they considered starting a small group were impossible to reach and that the people were difficult. Despite the congregation’s fears, he trusted the leading of God and convinced his congregation to embrace this vision.
After 45 years of working in information technology, Barry Watts is following his call to missions along with other IT specialists through the Global Missions IT team.
Until only a couple of years ago, there were no Wesleyan academic commentaries available in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), a confederation of 15 Eurasian countries that are part of the former Soviet Union.
Evangelism Coordinator Bernie Slingerland had no idea how God would work in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake devastated the country. Now, eight years later, the Nazarene population has exploded in Haiti, and a new district is being organized.
Nargiza recalls what it was like to come to Christ in a family that didn't allow her the freedom to explore her faith. She believes that although her family forced her to forget what she learned about Jesus, He remained close to her during the painful years to come.
A Nazarene in Africa created a digital library to provide discipleship and pastoral education materials in an area where possessing these materials is illegal. .
A Ukrainian Church of the Nazarene pastor has been “going where the church is not yet” for the past four years as he ministers in a remote mountain village where the people had never heard of Jesus.
As I picked up a duffel bag of JESUS Film equipment, an officer approached and asked what I had in the bag. He said, “My supervisor is going to have to see this.”
Maniram was once training to become a witch doctor, but after accepting Christ, he and his wife now lead a congregation of about 40 people in his home village.
The Mesoamerica Region recently began developing a family counselor training program and has plans to develop family support centers all over the region.
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