Nazarene Missions International
October is “Faith Promise Month”
So, What is Faith Promise?
Faith Promise giving is a biblical method used by Nazarene churches to raise financial support for world evangelization.
Faith Promise is one of the most meaningful methods for supporting missions. It is not a pledge. A Faith Promise is exactly what is says — a promise made in faith between an individual and God. That promise is based on what the giver believes God wants him or her to give to ministries beyond those of the local church.
Most people arrive at their Faith Promise amount following time in prayer and Bible study. By listening to the voice of God, we learn what the Holy Spirit wants to do through us to support the mission ministries of our church.
Nazarene Missions International Monthly Themes:
January = Volunteer Ministries & Prayer
February = Alabaster & Prayer
March = Easter Offering for the World Evangelism Fund & Prayer
April = Mission Education & Prayer
May = Mission Health Care & Prayer
June = World Mission Broadcasting & Prayer
July = International Ministry, Bible Schools, Seminaries, School Pal-Paks & Prayer
August = L.I.N.K.S., School Pal-Paks & Prayer
September = Alabaster, NMI Membership, Crisis Care Kits & Prayer
October = Mission Priority One, Crisis Care Kits & Prayer and it is our “FAITH PROMISE MONTH”
November = Thanksgiving Offering for the World Evangelism Fund
December = Nazarene Compassionate Ministries & Prayer
Eastern Nazarene College
We support our regional Nazarene Institute located in Quincy, Mass.
To find out more about ENC visit: enc.edu
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