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A Cup of Cold Water in His Name: Wells in Cambodia

July 7, 2022
In Cambodia, the Church of the Nazarene is addressing the lack of access to clean water by installing water wells in rural villages. Often, these wells serve as the only clean water points in the… Read More

Supporting Ukrainians in a Time of War

June 29, 2022
With your help, Nazarene missionaries, pastors, and volunteers are partnering with Nazarene Compassionate Ministries to help displaced people from Ukraine travel to safe areas, secure shelter, and… Read More

War and its Effect on Senior Adults

June 23, 2022
When the war began, many Ukrainian seniors who are weak or have limited mobility hunkered down in their homes amidst the ringing sirens and exploding bombs. Families in those areas had to make… Read More

The Church Provides Hope: The Aftermath of an Earthquake

June 16, 2022
On August 14, 2021, a magnitude 7.2 earthquake shook the lower peninsula of Haiti, affecting an area with more than 1.5 million residents. With your help, Nazarene Compassionate Ministries was able… Read More

Prayers for Peace in Ukraine

June 9, 2022
As conflict continues in Ukraine, Nazarenes around the world are sending financial support to fund holistic care for Ukrainians. None of these activities would be possible without the undercurrent of… Read More

Bananas and Pigs: Growing Hope in Rwanda

June 1, 2022
“All because of bananas and pigs, I am living in a house with concrete,” Sifa says. “With the money I had left over from selling my first litter, I built a nursery so I could raise more.”

Make a Difference Through Child Sponsorship Sunday

May 19, 2022
Why should your church host a Child Sponsorship Sunday?

Hope through Relationship: Long-Term Compassionate Response in Nepal

May 13, 2022
In April of 2015, a powerful earthquake shook north-central Nepal, causing one of the worst disasters in the area in more than 80 years. Thousands of people died and many more descended deeper into… Read More

An Integrated Health Initiative yields Healthy Solutions in Liberia

April 28, 2022
Marie Tutu of Liberia had no way of knowing that the way she arranged the dishes in her kitchen would have a direct impact on her children’s health. She, also, could not have known that vectors of… Read More

Hope for the Journey in Poland

April 22, 2022
Who could have imagined at least 4 million Ukrainian refugees, a total of 7 million people, displaced from their homes? I am one of them. Imagine.