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.
Nazarenes in Lebanon took action to support those battling raging mountain wildfires In October, hundreds of fires erupted in the Lebanese mountains. Thousands of people had to leave their homes, at least one volunteer firefighter died, homes were burned to the ground, and forests were destroyed. A local Christian priest [...]
Ten years. That is the timeframe European Nazarene College has given to a long-term vision and strategic plan for “growing together” in the spiritual formation of its students, and as a college providing theological education to Nazarenes living in highly secularized, postmodern cultures that view themselves as “post-Christian.” While some [...]
Volunteers show God’s love to refugees in Serbia Editor’s note: The Church of the Nazarene has been present in Serbia since 2016 when refugees flooded into the country from Syria and other areas torn apart by violence and war. Within the Central Europe Field, Serbia’s overrun refugee camps from the [...]
It’s as simple as an open door. That is what the Church of the Nazarene has found in Serbia. Since February 2016, the Church of the Nazarene has had a presence in Serbia, primarily through Nazarene teams supporting the government and nonprofit groups in serving refugees who have fled to [...]
On August 22, 2019 a new initiative took place on the British Isles South District: the Pioneers gathered! These are a group of people at the cutting edge of pioneering ministry in the United Kingdom. They came together at the District Family Holiday for some training, conversation, team building, testimony [...]
Funds raised through annual Thanksgiving fundraisers In mid-August, the Calvary Church of the Nazarene, Chennai, India, raised 5.5 lahk (7,857 USD) Indian rupees to help the Peniel Church at Villpatti, Kodaikanal, begin construction on its own building. Since 2009, the 35-member Peniel church has met in a rented space. Though [...]