The Church of the Nazarene understands that there is no greater mission than reaching those who do not yet know Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord and then helping them become Christ-like disciples.
Many times we must show the love of Christ through actions and deed before an individual will be receptive to the Gospel.
Kingfisher Church of the Nazarene operates a local food pantry to help those in need and participate with other churches on our district to support R.O.C. (Reaching Our City, a compassionate ministry center in Oklahoma City).
We also support our current and retired missionaries through the L.I.N.K.S. program and through payment of World Evangelism Fund allocations through participation in Faith Promise (a systematic giving plan) and prayer.
We also understand that sometimes we're called to more than just support and recognize Jesus commanded His disciples to "go". Whether it's through participation in mission-related activities in Oklahoma or around the world, we are open to following God's lead in going on mission trips.
Throughout our history, both teens and adults have participated in mission projects like One Heart Many Hands, joining with Edmond teens to
If you'd like to learn more about what the Church of the Nazarene believes about missions, you may be interested in the following links:
Nazarene Global Mission: http://www.nazareneglobalmission.org/
Official site of the International Church of the Nazarene
Engage is a global mission magazine of the Church of the Nazarene that helps Nazarenes understand that Mission is more than a program. It's a way of life.
Faith Promise: http://nmi.nazarene.org/10109/story.html
"They gave of themselves as much as they were able, and even beyond their ability.... See that you also excel in this grace of giving.... Your plenty will supply what they need." (2 Corinthians 8:3, 7, 14)
Praying for 10/40 Window: http://nmi.nazarene.org/10010/story.html
The 10/40 Window refers to the area of the world between latitudes 10 degrees and 40 degrees north of the equator covering North Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. Many of the world's least-reached people live in this area. The seat of every major non-Christian religion - Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Animism, Atheism, and Sikhism - is headquartered in the 10/40 Window.