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Kunene named field strategy coordinator for Africa South

This week the Church of the Nazarene’s Africa Region announced the appointment of Musawenkhosi Kunene as the new field strategy coordinator for the Africa South Field. The appointment was made…

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Congregation helps Rwanda church stay open

In 2003, a small Church of the Nazarene in Bisizi, Rwanda, was built out of recycled wood and old roofing. It was all the church could afford, but they needed…

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Nigeria Southeast–Champion for Missions

The Nigeria Southeast District, Church of the Nazarene, is the first phase three (self-supporting) district on the West Africa field. One advantage of being a phase three district is that…

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Goats Galore–Breeding Hope for Children in Benin

By Monica Carr Moïse Toumoudagou of Pendjari, Benin, in West Africa was only 7 when his father died. As part of a cultural tradition, his aunt gave him a hen…

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Malawi Lowershire District Youth Camp

Each year, the Malawi Lowershire District organizes youth camps and meetings, where all the youth from the churches on the district come together for a time of worshipping the Lord…

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One Year in Guinea-Bissau and Youth Camp

With many blessings the young people of Guinea-Bissau finished their youth camp 2016.  The camp was intended to help young people to make intelligent decisions, by putting God in first…

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Malawi PALCON

From August 8-12, in the Warm Heart of Africa, Malawi, pastors and leaders gathered for the Malawi PALCON. The conference was attended by district superintendents, pastors and lay leaders from the…

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Tribute to Dr Samuel Hynd, Swaziland

The popular doctor, Dr. Samuel Hynd, who oversaw the birth of King Mswati III of Swaziland, died peacefully while at his home in Swaziland, in the morning hours of Thursday,…

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Empowering Women in Liberia

--Monica Carr Visiting the Nazarene Women's Project (NAWOP) in Ganta, Liberia, I was instantly impressed with the diligence of the girls who were busily stirring cornbread batter and who had already…

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A Well for Sissis

--by Brittany Kroeze People often ask how we choose where to drill a well; the truth is every well is different. The story of this particular well starts back in…

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