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Engage Logo April 24, 2017 Issue #120
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Are you and/or your Nazarene church involved in God's mission, locally or globally? We want to hear your story! Private message us on Facebook, or email We are looking for new stories from anywhere in the world!

Giving our best
By Gina Grate Pottenger on Apr 11, 2017

"About 20 percent of what we receive in the shipments is not fit to be sold to our clients. The items are damaged, stained or not in good condition." "Twenty percent?" I repeated, disbelieving. "Yes, and it cost $5,000 to get the shipment through customs."

International Myanmar church planting leads to expanded theological education
By Michelle McLane and Gina Pottenger on Apr 10, 2017

The Myanmar church is rapidly expanding with the same church multiplication that follows the spread of Myanmar Christians around the world. Theological education is needed everywhere, in their own language.

Diaspora of believers from Myanmar leads to cross-cultural church partnerships
By Michelle McLane and Gina Pottenger on Apr 7, 2017

A Myanmar congregation in Indianapolis asked if they could use the nearby Nazarene church building for worship. Now the two pastors and their congregations are partnering in various ways.

'Are you willing to be healed?'
By Nazarene Compassionate Ministries Lanka on Apr 6, 2017

When 12-year-old Manoj developed a skin disease, the school expelled him and his community rejected him. He was confined to a room 4 months. Until Mary came, and asked him, "Are you willing to be healed?"

Redemptive Analogies
By Howard Culbertson on Mar 31, 2017

Missionaries Don and Carol Richardson were making no progress sharing the gospel with a tribe in New Guinea. Then, they watched the tribal chief make peace with an enemy tribe by giving them his infant son.


Analogías Redentoras
By Howard Culbertson on Apr 3, 2017

Los misioneros Don y Carol Richardson no estaban logrando progresar al compartir el evangelio con una tribu de Nueva Guinea. Entonces, ellos pudieron ver al jefe de la tribu hacer las paces con una tribu enemiga al entregarles su hijo infante.

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