The Church of the Nazarene entered Georgia in 2017..
In 2018 the church was officially registered with the government.
Ministry began with supporting existing social services, such as homes for the elderly and orphans; ministry to the homeless.
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Georgians are proud of their faith heritage. Many are not aware they can have a personal, intimate, saving relationship with Jesus Christ.
Believers participating in the Nazarene work are experiencing health problems, and economic difficulty following job losses due to the 2020 pandemic.
Please pray for new believers and Bible study members who are experiencing health problems and physical injuries, especially several elderly people.
Pray for the Holy Spirit’s leading and wisdom for how to continue sharing Jesus and reaching new people who are open and hungry for spiritual truth.
Ask God to provide spaces for meetings, and further growth as a faith community.
Pray that God will provide funds to increase compassionate ministries to the homeless and the elderly.
Several families are hosting Bible studies in their homes – inviting friends and relatives to learn about having a personal relationship with Jesus.
New people are joining English and Spanish outreach clubs.
Nazarenes delivered food and medicine to several elderly people, donated by NCM and distributed through “Help and Hope.”
Georgian people are more and more spiritually open to hearing testimonies from their evangelical Christian friends.
Nazarene Compassionate Ministries officially registered in 2018 with government as “Help and Hope” (H&H).