When Myanmar District Superintendent Bill Kwon began to read the definition of church from Nazarene Essentials, excitement began to build in the room. With this definition in mind, leaders immediately identified 10 to 12 new churches that already existed on the district.
Mariana Pereira, a Nazarene Youth International leader in Brazil, passed away March 26 after struggling with her failing health.
Heavy rain in northern Chile killed seven people, caused the disappearance of 22, damaged highways, and cut off cities in Antofagasta and Coquimbo.
The Good Samaritan Inn is a 24-bed homeless shelter in Fiji that not only provides housing for homeless locals, but also helps them rehabilitate their lives.
MidAmerica Nazarene University will honor Paul G. and Connie R. Cunningham with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2015 President’s Honors April 10 in Cook Center.
In January, Kawshalya became the first woman pastor to be ordained in the Church of the Nazarene in Sri Lanka.
Church of the Nazarene Pastor James Fullah of Sierra Leone and his family were declared Ebola-free after completing 21 days of quarantine. Pastor James' wife, Isatu, passed away in February after contracting the Ebola virus.
Robin Seia, the founder of the Church of the Nazarene in Myanmar, retired in January after serving as district superintendent for 30 years.