A Global Mission
Our mission is to make Christlike disciples in the nations. Find out how we serve and how you can, too.
A massive 8.1-magnitude earthquake struck off of the southern coast of Mexico near the states of Chiapas and Oaxaca around midnight 7 September. The quake killed at least 96 people — including one member from Paredon Church of the Nazarene — and thousands of homes were damaged or destroyed....
Hurricane Irma, at times strengthening to Category 5 storm, left a wake of destruction over the past two weeks from the eastern Caribbean islands through Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina.
Phyllis Perkins Howard passed away 12 September in Nampa, Idaho, at age 83. She was a former missionary and director of Nazarene World Mission Society (now Nazarene Missions International) as well as a retired educator.
Han Tan, a Nazarene from the Netherlands who was in Bangladesh last month when floods devastated the region, describes the aftermath and how the Church of the Nazarene is helping its neighbors.
Initiatives and Announcements
Virginia church opens doors to a hurting community, aims to be part of solution after Charlottesville
Nazarene Pastor Wynne Lankford believes his Chesterfield County, Virginia, church is not only a place of worship but also a center for the community. As Virginians attempt to recover from the recent Charlottesville violence, Lankford said the feeling in their part of Virginia is “tense” with a “racial divide.”
As a result of global Nazarenes’ generosity at the 2017 General Assembly, more than US$100,000 will be donated to Nazarene Compassionate Ministries for refugee support
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