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Where Worlds Meet is our monthly newsletter where you can read about some of the ways that God is moving in the Eurasia Region. Click on an article below to read about some stories of life change and how God is at work or subscribe below.

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Albanian church gives so others can have buildings

August 19th, 2020|

The Church of the Nazarene in Gorre, Albania, worships in what was formerly a community center built in the Soviet era as a lunch space for laborers. Pastor Ermal Gjermeni remembers eating meals with his father there when Ermal was still a child. As a beneficiary of global Nazarene [...]

Science teacher-turned-missionary looks back on ministry in Romania

August 19th, 2020|

When Roberta Bustin first sensed God was calling her to missions, she was incredulous. At the time, Bustin was teaching science at a liberal arts college. During the summer she and her students conducted research for NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration in the USA). She also taught at a [...]

Nazarenes in England feed the hungry, support elderly health

July 16th, 2020|

Food parcel deliveries in South Leeds The South Leeds Church of the Nazarene has operated a food bank for a number of years. Members of the congregation donate to keep it stocked, and social service agencies refer local people when they experience food insecurity. When the church building closed to [...]

Arabic-speaking Nazarenes plant churches in Poland

July 16th, 2020|

Two Arabic-speaking Nazarene churches have been planted in Poland after a Nazarene family took refuge from the Syrian civil war in Poznan. Lena, Nidal and their son Rafi were involved with the Nazarene church in their home city when the civil war threatened to take their son. When they fled [...]

Nazarenes raise 8,000 euro in jog-a-thon

June 22nd, 2020|

“As I was jogging for NES, I became mindful of the huge blessing this institution is for many families. I jogged with joy,” said Samia, an administrator at the Nazarene Evangelical School (NES) in Beirut, Lebanon. While stay-at-home orders to slow the spread of coronavirus have generally halted, closed or cancelled [...]

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