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Urban Ministry Forum Africa 2019: From Presence to Relevance

“Urbanization in Africa is inevitable. By 2050 more than 1,2 billion people – 55% of the African population – will live in African cities. Currently, 62% of Africa’s urban population live…

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Botswana Easter Conference

On Thursday evening, the Church of the Nazarene Botswana hosted their annual Easter conference. All churches (Gaborone North, Gaborone South, Bokaa, Kopong, Lobatse, Moshupa, Otse, Lothlakane East, Lothlakane West, Pitsane,…

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ANU grad pioneers path for people with disabilities in Kenya

In October, Maria Njeri stood before a crowd of over 3,000 people, beaming with joy and gratitude as she spoke on behalf of her graduating class at Africa Nazarene University.…

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Gambela

God is working in incredible ways all across the region! Listen as our Regional Director, Rev. Daniel Gomis, tells the story of how God is working in Gambela, Ethiopia.

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NTC-SA gets a new Principal

“The African Church believes that institutions such as Nazarene Theological College - South Africa (NTC-SA) are still the carriers of hope for a darkened world!” This statement by Rev. Gabriel…

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Orality is our Reality

--Tim Eby and Ray Neu It’s morning in the middle of the week in the middle of the village. ‘Everyone’ comes to the market today to get what they need…

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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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The Grand Feast

--Monica Carr Today is Tabaski (in Senegal) otherwise know as Eid al-adha or Eid El Kebir (the grand feast). This morning, at 9:30 am, when I left for my walk…

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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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