Nazarene News Feeds
When Leniza Soares’ name first appeared on the ballot for superintendent of the Cape Verde District in July, she silently prayed, “God, what are you doing?” 
Each week, the Church of the Nazarene's Global Ministry Center proudly flies a flag of one of the many nations in which the denomination is present in ministry. This week's flag: Additional World Areas. Click "read more" for information on Nazarene churc…
When a fire broke out at an Ohio nursing home, one of the first calls for help they made was to the Pataskala Church of the Nazarene.
Korean Nazarene University celebrated the inauguration of its eighth president, David Kyungsoo Kim, this week with more than 500 attendees. Kim previously served as a professor at Korea Nazarene University.
Church of the Nazarene leaders in the Philippines are intentionally creating leadership opportunities for youth to partner with adults in ministry, including leadership summits and missions trips. 
Over 40 Nazarene leaders participated in the Nazarene Strengths Institute workshop held on Brazil’s Campinas District in late August. The workshop offered a variety of activities for leaders to learn more about and develop their natural talents.
Dios de Gracia Church of the Nazarene held a special service this month to welcome two volunteer missionaries from the Nehemiah Project. The Nehemiah Project is an initiative of the Costa Rica Central District to send local, volunteer missionaries to chu…
The Discipleship Place would like to congratulate these individuals approved by their pastor and local church board to receive the certificate of lay ministry in the month of August.
The Bahamas is facing severe damage after enduring wind and rain from Hurricane Dorian for nearly two days. At least 50 people were killed, although many more are still missing and the death toll is expected to climb.
The US News and World Report released their 2020 rankings, placing many of the Nazarene schools among "Americas Best Colleges."
The following is a weekly listing of Nazarene ministers and leaders who recently went home to be with the Lord. Notices were received 9-13 September 2019.
Carlos de la Cruz was appointed coordinator for the Mesoamerica Central Field by Global Missions Director Verne Ward. The Central Field is made up of Costa Rica, Panama, Dominican Republic, Cuba, and Puerto Rico.
The South America Region welcome two new field strategy coordinators this month. Alessandro Polonio will lead the Southern Cone Field and José Evelio Vásquez will lead the Central Andean Field.
A Work & Witness team from the Joplin District recently traveled to Fremont County, Iowa, to assist with clean-up following flooding earlier this year. The team worked on several houses, ministering both to the house owners and to the children in the…
Alofagia "Alofa" Eli-Nofoa, pastor of the Blazing Torch Nazarene Fellowship church plant in Auckland, New Zealand, passed away 2 September at the age of 53.
Campinas Central Church of the Nazarene is responding to needs in its community through the Professional Training Ministry, a program that features free classes for people of all ages who are looking to find new work in the changing labor market in Campi…
More than 250 young people from Puerto Rico met from August 9 to 11 to hold their national camp with the theme “Have You Decided?”
The following is a weekly listing of Nazarene ministers and leaders who recently went home to be with the Lord. Notices were received 2-6 September 2019.
The Philippine-Micronesia Field held Nazarene Discipleship Summits on every district to teach, train, and equip every Nazarene to make Christlike disciples in their sphere of influence through small groups.
Trevecca Nazarene University will launch a new online degree program, the Master of Arts in worship and leadership.