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Milagro, the Young Woman who Learned the Language of Love and is Providing for Families in El Salvador

Kelyn Barrera is a single mother. She is 28 years old, deaf, and lives in Santa Tecla in El Salvador. Her life drastically changed during the quarantine period (for COVID-19) when the father of her daughter, who left her when she was pregnant, decided to take their 4-year-old daughter Dora*. He then said he wanted [...]

Guatemalan Teenager Celebrates Important Birthday by Sharing with Others

Elisa Quej Cho was looking forward to her quinceñera, a traditional celebration in many Latin American countries for young women on their 15th birthday. When the party plans were disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, she decided to celebrate in a different way. Elisa and her family used the money they had saved for her quince to [...]

Nazarenes Distribute Food in Vulnerable Dominican Communities

COVID-19 has caused more than one global crisis, one of them a food crisis. People are going hungry after losing their jobs. In the Dominican Republic, Nazarene churches have mounted a joint response to the need for food in vulnerable communities. Five churches are currently working through the “economic kitchen” project to serve hot food [...]

Women and families join forces to make masks for medical personnel in Mexico

A group of women in the north of Mexico recently joined forces to produce masks and face shields for medical personnel and other assistants working in clinics with shortages of these items during the COVID-19 pandemic. Working together with their families, this group is made up of five women representing two Nazarene churches. They have [...]

Churches in Mexico help most vulnerable with “Evangelistic Table” project

Through Nazarene Compassionate Ministries (NCM) in the Olmeca District in Mexico the churches of the district are joining together for the “Evangelistic Table” project, providing basic necessities, counselling and prayer to the church and community. The project started on April 5 and involves setting up tables with essential items on the outside of churches or [...]