Our Experience with COVID-19 – Noemí and Lorenzo Sosa

Noemi and Lorenzo Sosa* are ministers in Oaxaca, Mexico; they tell us how in the midst of COVID-19 how the faith community, both local and international, walked with them giving them support and how they clung to hope. "We believed that we would never get out of this, but we reflected on the promises of [...]

July 10th, 2020|COVID-19, Mexico, News, News Covid-19|

Board of General Superintendents statement on 30th General Assembly

The world has been impacted by an unexpected pandemic that has affected every area of life, including the health, safety, finances, and mobility of the global church. As a result, the Board of General Superintendents (BGS) called for several entities to review plans for the upcoming 30th General Assembly and Conventions, scheduled for 23 June [...]

June 24th, 2020|News|

Ministering to Immigrants in Mexico During the Pandemic

In the month of May 2020, amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, the Churches of the Nazarene in the South Border district of Mexico are helping the immigrant community who are awaiting immigration approvals in the city of Tapachula, Chiapas. With the help of Nazarene Compassionate Ministries Mesoamerica Region, led by Coordinator Edi Montejo Alvarado, an offering [...]

June 19th, 2020|COVID-19, Mexico, News, News Covid-19|

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 [...]