Nazarene Missions International

We follow, pray and take care of our global missionaries.

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    Nazarene Missions Books

    • Wanda

      By Carol Anne Eby,

      edited by Andrew Bennett

      An inspiration to all around her, on the mission field, and in the executive’s office; in the face of bitter losses and terminal illness, Wanda’s life and testimony was one marked with joy—the joy of faithful service rendered, and full trust in the God Who held her close to His heart.  May her holy influence impact your life as you read Wanda.

    • To The Shelter

      By Kay Browning

      No one knows the path his or her life will take, nor did we know that our path would converge with lovely and loving lives in a difficult part of the world—the Middle East. During our years there, we learned how important it was to find a place of shelter during difficult times.  When the first edition of this book was released in 1997, the shelters to which we referred were churches where people could find refuge from war and strife.

    • The Road Back

      by David and Lisa Frisbi

      The Road Back: Hope, Help & Healing for Survivors of Human Trafficking, by Dr. David and Lisa Frisbie, presents the reader with a global effort to combat human trafficking through the Church of the Nazarene. It introduces us to heroes and heroines on the front lines, seeking to intervene and offer care and hope to those who have fallen prey to the evil that would rob a life of all dignity and self-worth.

    • Shiro Kano

      by Alice Spangenberg

      Edited by Merritt Nielson

      Originally told in 1948 by Alice Spangenberg, the story of Shiro Kano is a compelling call to faithfulness at any price. It is a timely reminder that in every generation, God needs men and women who will follow His call and who will faithfully render their service for the sake of the many who do not yet know Christ. 

    • Africa Nazarene University is a story of transformation led by an innovative group of pioneers. Debbie Salter Goodwin immerses you in their spirit and their faith. Whether administrator, faculty, or student, all share the same passion: God wants to transform lives and can use them to do it.

    • Tracy Sahib, Servant of Christ in India

      by Olive G. Tracy

      Edited by R. Franklin Cook

      The story of Leighton Tracy, pioneer missionary to India, was originally told by his daughter Olive Tracy. Tracy Sahib, Servant of Christ in India is a testimony to God’s faithfulness to those called to go to the ends of the earth. Franklin Cook grew up in India and shares keen insights into the sub-Continent, its cultures, and people.


    Portland Nazarene is a missional church. 

    On the first Sunday of every month we take our noisy offering to support our sponsored kids around the world.