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Nazarene Missions (formerly known as M+Power in our region) is an opportunity for cross-cultural service throughout the globe through the Church of the Nazarene.

We believe that God calls His people into cross-cultural mission from every nation, culture and language, from every age group, every economic status, and every educational level. Jesus says in John 20: 21:

As the Father has sent me, even so I’m sending you

The model of missions that we see in the life of Jesus, is Jesus coming down from heaven to us, in order to show who God is.

We are God’s ambassadors!

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Stories from our region

801, 2020

Steps forward in Lativa

Nonprofit organization registered with government, and more As Aleksei Shipovalov and Olga Druzhinina enter their second year as pioneer missionaries in Riga, Latvia, they have made several important steps forward in establishing the presence of the Nazarene church there. In the fall, they successfully registered a nonprofit ministry with the Latvian government. “It was like a miracle. We are an organization [...]

706, 2019

Called from Russia to Latvia

A couple’s call to mission, and the Church of the Nazarene’s desire to establish its presence in a new country, align in Riga, Latvia. Olga and Aleksei Druzhinina have long served the Church of the Nazarene from their home in Saint Petersburg, Russia.  But two years ago, they began to feel drawn toward cross-cultural missions. The couple has been working in [...]

1511, 2018

M+Power takes Dutch couple to Jerusalem

After 38 years working in finance for various companies, Wouter Boor was ready for a change. His wife, Emmy, whose background was in nursing and retail, and had been studying theology for several years, was ready, too. In spring 2017, they heard that an M+Power mission training was scheduled for the Netherlands. They had felt an interest in serving cross-culturally, so [...]

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