Did you know that in the temple there was never made a chair? The priestly duty was never done; Always a need to make sacrifices for the sins of the people. But when Jesus had paid the price on the Continue reading →
I stepped across the puddles and perched myself on the curb hoping for bus ride. Van after van passed by with a young guy hanging out the door shouting the destination. I told the young guy at the stand I Continue reading →
The tall young man stood to tell his story. “In my country many do not know the story of Christ” he began. “I had a hard time getting anyone to accept my message until last year when we began the Continue reading →
On-behalf of the Lagos district advisory board, we just want to express our deepest appreciation to Springdale Church of the Nazarene and her mission council for providing Lagos Nazarene School with a bus.
One of the fun responsibilities in my role as Regional Personnel Coordinator is to visit our missionaries on the field to see how they are doing and to provide missionary orientation for Continue reading →
Jesus Film Trip to Togo
The sweat dripped from my brow as I sat in the small church in a town called Tsévié just outside of the capital city of Lome, Togo. The morning sun had risen early and another Continue reading →
Luke 10:1-2 (NKJV) 1 After these things the Lord appointed seventy others also, and sent them two by two before His face into every city and place where He Himself was about to go. 2 Then He said to them, Continue reading →
I greet you in the precious name of our Soon Coming King Jesus Christ of Nazareth.
I am delighted to inform you and the AWF team that the College view Church of the Nazarene has embarked on a Continue reading →
The work of the church continues to grow throughout Africa. I am encouraged today by our teams in Liberia in the central part of the country led by our district superintendent Rev. Sam Lama. After planting many churches in the Continue reading →
This community is a traditional town, near Sanniquellie where the poro society for men in the Mano culture is dominant. Most churches, attempting to take this community for Christ has failed. Most of the times, the poro master or also Continue reading →