Fields & Countries

Saipan Hosts Retreat For Women

The Taflingers ministering in Saipan This June, the island of Saipan in Micronesia hosted a women’s retreat. Led by Laura Smith, the event was attended by 11 women. Using the theme… Read More

June is World Mission Broadcast Month

Over the last 20 years, the scope of what media can do has grown exponentially. In this fast-paced field, the church has an incredible opportunity to utilize these new methods in spreading the gospel. This… Read More

Earthquake Strikes Osaka, Japan

Photo Credit: Yohei Nishimura / AP On the morning of 18 June 2018, an earthquake hit the city of Osaka in Japan. The earthquake, which had a magnitude of 5.9, killed… Read More

Passing the Torch

Dr. Jim Radcliffe served 33 years as a surgeon at Kudjip Nazarene Hospital in the Western Highlands of Papua New Guinea (PNG). When he spoke in churches during his home assignment tours in the United… Read More

Philippine Educational Leaders Retreat

On May 19-22, over thirty educational leaders from the Philippines gathered in Baguio to discuss the past, present, and future of education in the Philippines. This was a historic meeting, the first of its kind… Read More

A Testimonial From TEACH Child Development Center

This article was contributed by TEACH graduate Noren Grace Cailing. My life was strongly impacted by being sponsored through the child development center TEACH, (Training, Equipping A Child Holistically). TEACH provided me with wonderful opportunities… Read More

Local Leaders Work Faithfully in Myanmar

Under the direction of local leaders coordinating with church planting evangelists, the Church of the Nazarene is starting schools and churches in eastern Myanmar.  Joining this trend, Rev. Ro Ding Liana  was inspired to open… Read More

Nazarenes Worldwide Mourn With Cuba

On 18 May, a Boeing 737 carrying over 110 people crashed in Cuba. Among those lost were ten Nazarene couples in leadership on the East Cuba District. As they were on the way home from… Read More

Plane carrying 10 pastor couples crashes in Cuba

A Boeing 737 airliner with more than 110 passengers and crew crashed Friday near Jose Marti International Airport in Havana, Cuba, shortly after takeoff. The plane, Cubana Flight 972, was on its way to Holguin,… Read More

NCM Responds to Need in Papua New Guinea

Monday, March 24th A devastating flood swept through the Jiwaka province in northern Papua New Guinea. Some villages were swept away by the flood waters, and at least three people are determined to have died in… Read More