Crossing Cultures: A host and guest story
By Daniel Gomis on March 21, 2012In our latest installment of the Mission Essentials series, Rev. Daniel Gomis, pastor of the Baobabs Church of the Nazarene in Dakar, Senegal, discusses how believers can follow Jesus’ example of being a guest and a learner when crossing cultures as part of God’s mission.
Missionary Profile: Daryll and Verna Stanton
By Engage magazine on March 19, 2012Daryll and Verna Stanton, missionaries in Kenya, describe the rewards of living and learning alongside the students at Africa Nazarene University.
Never say never: Zhaneta’s mission in Bulgaria
By Gina Pottenger on March 15, 2012Zhaneta Georgieva has learned never to say “never.” In spite of her initial resistance, God has led the young Bulgarian woman to lead transformative work among Roma children in a government school — a work that is spreading through the children’s families and communities.
Faithful prayer transforming Bangkok
By Lisa Lehman on March 13, 2012For 12 years, Christians in Thailand have prayed for God to make Himself known to the Thai people. After floods ravaged Bangkok last fall, the Thai government invited Christians to the Grand Palace to pray for God’s blessing on Thailand.
Youth journey to Mesoamerica for 12:7 Serve By Dani Castlehow and
on March 20, 2012Twelve young adults from nine countries recently kicked off seven months of mission work in the Mesoamerica Region, through a pilot program called 12:7 Serve.
How has Easter ignited your mission passion? Annually, from Ash Wednesday through Easter, believers dwell on the gift of hope in this life and the promise of eternal life with God through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. As you have journeyed through the Lenten and Easter season this year or in a year past, how has God moved you to action to share with others the same hope you have?