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Preaching workshop participants in Colombia

The latest happenings in the Church of the Nazarene's South America Region. For more information about the South America Region, visit samnaz.org

Uruguay North District hosts NYI winter camp

Approximately 40 young people and youth leaders from the Northern District of Uruguay gathered for a Nazarene Youth International winter camp 13-15 July in Salto. Participants represented various churches across the district.

"It was a time of fellowship, seeking God and committing one’s life to Him," said missionary Eduardo Meza, who serves as national ministries coordinator for Uruguay.



The event was supported by District Superintendent Jesús Bernat, District NYI President Fabricio Godoy, pastors, local leaders, and Rocío and Eduardo Meza.



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Colombia preaching workshop

A preaching workshop was held 21 July in the city of Cartago, Colombia, with Regional Education Coordinator Jorge Julca. District pastors and local preachers from the Eje Cafetero District participated in "an excellent time in which God trained the ministers from the Word in a special way." All 26 in attendance testified of the blessing they received.

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Pastors retreat for Colombia Central North District

Pastors of the Colombia Central North District enjoyed a district retreat 26-27 June with their spouses under the theme "Integral Health for the Pastoral Family." Jonathan Salgado served as speaker for the event. 

"His excellent teaching brought a tremendous challenge to the pastors of the district," said Regional Director Christian Sarmiento. 

Luis Meza, Holistic Ministries coordinator for Colombia, also provided leadership and guidance for the weekend's activities. 

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Argentina: 'Mateada' missionary

Nazarene Missions International of the Central Argentine District organized a training event called “Mateada” Missionary in May with the purpose of transcending the culture like the Argentine mate (a traditional drink), providing ministerial resources, and communicating a vision for cross-cultural mission training.

Approximately 50 participants attended the event, held at Seminario Teológico Nazareno del Cono Sur, including local NMI leaders, pastors, and those called to participate in Maximum District Missions.

"The hope of this event was to enrich ministerial missionary growth in the district by taking advantage of various forms of communication and joint training," Priscila Soria said. "Let us pray for this ministry so that they continue to receive God’s guidance."

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-- Church of the Nazarene South America

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