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Nazarene World Missions

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"To make Christlike disciples in the nations" is the seven-word statement of mission for our 1.8 million member denomination. This mission is built on the Church of the Nazarene’s core values of being Christian, holiness, and missional.

While the primary motive of the church is to glorify God, the Board believes the church is also called to actively participate in His mission of reconciling the world to himself.

“The seven words in the statement of mission embody the historical essentials of Nazarene mission—evangelism, sanctification, discipleship, compassion, and equipping all who respond in faith,” noted Dr. Jerry Porter, general superintendent. “The essence of holiness is Christlikeness.”

“The Church of the Nazarene is blessed with some of the most dedicated disciples of any denomination. Our goal is to build on this strength,” Dr. Porter emphasized.

Dr. Jesse Middendorf, general superintendent, added, “We’re also moving from a ‘sending’ to a ‘sent’ church. The responsibility is to be a witness, helping make Christlike disciples, in whatever nation we happen to be. And missionaries are now sent from all regions of the world.”

 

To Donate to Hurricane Harvey go to: https://give.nazarene.org/donate/f/128206

To Donate to Hurricane Harvey go to: https://give.nazarene.org/donate/f/128206

The North AR District has teams that are going down to Texas to help with the Hurricane Harvey Relief effort.  If you want to go down with a team, please contact, Johnny Ray Lake, pastorjohnnyray@yahoo.com. The first team is leaving on September 11th.  If you would like to donate items for our team to take with them, here is a list of items that are needed:

Crisis Care Kits:• 1 Shampoo (12 to 18 oz.) 
• 2 Bars of Soap (Bath size or larger) 
• 1 Toothpaste (4.0 to 6.4 oz.) 
• 3 Toothbrushes (in original packaging) 
• 1 Box of Band-Aids (30 or more) 
• 1 Fingernail clipper
• 1 Sturdy hair comb
• 2 Hand towels
• 4 Pocket-sized pkgs. Kleenex
• 1 Beanie Baby-sized stuffed toy
, Put in a two gallon Zip lock bag.

HOME AND FAMILY NEEDS:
Bottled Water
Diapers (infant/pull-ups/adult)
Canned Goods
Dry Goods
Bread
Hand Sanitizer
Pillows
Contact Solution and Cases
Baby Wipes
Baby Food
Advil/Tylenol
Non-Perishable Snacks
Paper Goods (plates, plastic silverware, solo cups)

CLEANUP SUPPLIES:
6-9 oz Bottle of Non-Aerosol Insect Repellent Five Gallon Bucket with Resealable Lid Scouring Pads Sponges Scrub Brushes Disposable Cleaning Towels (e.g. Easy Wipes)
50 oz (or two 25 oz) Bottle(s) of Liquid Laundry Detergent
16-28 oz Bottle(s) of Liquid Disinfectant Dish Soap
12-16 oz Bottle(s) of Concentrated Household Cleaner that can be mixed with water (no pre-made spray bottles) Heavy Duty or Contractor-Type Rolls of Trash Bags Clothespins Clothesline Dust Masks Non-Surgical Latex Gloves Work Gloves (cotton with leather palm or all leather)

 


What is Missionary Health Care, and why should I give to it?

Missionary Health Care (MHC) is an opportunity to help with the health care costs of Nazarene missionaries. MHC allows missionaries to focus on their work without raising funds to pay for medical care. The money comes from Distinguished Service Awards (DSAs), Memorial Rolls (MRs), Gifts from the Heart, or plate offerings. 

 

What are the Distinguished Service Award and the Memorial Roll?

The Distinguished Service Award recognizes someone (living) who has served or is serving the church. It may be presented by the church or a group within the church (not individuals). The Memorial Roll is a record of people who have been memorialized by gifts to Missionary Health Care. It is kept online and is a significant way to honor the deceased (members of the local church or not) and may be presented by groups or individuals. Both of these honors are accompanied by attractive certificates stating the recipient and—in the case of a DSA—the reason for presentation

Mission Education

Knowledge is key to involvement. With an understanding of the needs of the world and what the church is doing to meet those needs, we are more likely to commit to the support of missions through prayer, giving, communication, and going.

Jesus Film Harvest Partners

The mission of JESUS Film Harvest Partners is "Sharing God's love with the lost to help fulfill the Great Commission."
 
Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. 
Matthew 28:19-20
 
JESUS Film Harvest Partners (JFHP) is a Church of the Nazarene ministry which partners with other Kingdom ministries to make Christ-like disciples in the nations.

World Mission Broadcast 

The current World Mission Broadcast ministry statistics are:

  • 34 Languages
  • 2 Countries
  • 140 Programs

Holiness programming, delivered over the airwaves, literally sends the message of Jesus's redeeming love around the world and listeners respond and they are won to Christ.

 


Our LINKs Missionaries

Bob and Bessie Black
Address: 2005 W. Savannah Drive
Rogers, AR 72758

Email: bandbblack@hotmail.com

Retired Missionaries to Papua New Guinea (PNG)

In Papua, Bob was responsible for hospital maintenance for the children's hospital and built an air strip. Bessie developed a Christian Bookstore, trained area people, led Bible studies and conversational English classes.

Bob and Bessie love large print crossword puzzles. They love Mexican train dominoes and have a weekly group in their home.  They love to read good books and pass them on.  The Black's attend Bentonville Church of the Nazarene.

 


Manna Bags

Reaching out to OTHERS is what we are all about at Fort Smith First Church.  Manna bags can be given to the homeless you see on the streets, the person on the street corner asking for help, or a person that God has placed in your path needing your help. A Manna Bag gives them food for the day to satisfy their hunger, a Bible to feed their soul.  If you would like to participate, please contact Robin Tate.

 

Boxtops for Education

We are collecting BoxTops for the elementary school down the Street, Sunnymede Elementary School.

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February/September is Alabaster Offering.  Join us together as we build HIS Kingdom! http://nmi.nazarene.org/10080/story.html

February/September is Alabaster Offering.  Join us together as we build HIS Kingdom!

http://nmi.nazarene.org/10080/story.html

Engage the Word starts September 4 and goes through November 27, 2016
http://www.usacanadaregion.org/article/1124-Engage-The-Word-2016-Nazarene-Essentials

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