Click below to access the NMI report forms for end of the Church year




Click the links below for information concerning the Colorado District NMI.
Prayer logo

One of the important areas of impact for NMI is prayer.  You can learn about the needs of missionaries through the Prayer Mobilization Line.

The Prayer Mobilization Line (PML) is a weekly publication focusing on the prayer needs and praise reports for the global ministries of the Church of the Nazarene and our missionaries. It is available in English and Spanish. Anyone can subscribe to receive PML, free of charge, via e-mail on the NMI Web site. Printable versions of the current and archived issues of PML are also available on our site.

You can find more information about the Prayer Mobilization Line here: 


Requests are also posted often on Facebook: 






Colorado Work & Witness Opportunities & Info
Please click on link below!


A sample of mission education items are available, but you will need to order these online.

Please feel free to contact me if you have questions or need further information.

Wayla Murrow


Colorado District NMI

Navajo missions
As the Nazarene Navajo Nation Christmas is now complete, we will be posting pictures of the trip to Gallup, NM. Thanks to all those who participated in this exciting ministry that happens every year!

The Church of the Nazarene has 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.


What is NMI?

 From the NMI Handbook & Constitution:

  • “NMI is the organizational representative of missions for the Church of the  Nazarene on the regional, district, and local levels.”
  • “NMI is the promotional, educational, program, and fund-raising arm of missions.”
  • “NMI is the organization that “provides the structure and spiritual dynamic for mobilizing the church in mission.”

What is the purpose of NMI? NMI Mission Statement: To mobilize the church in mission through praying, discipling, giving, and educating. NMI Objectives: To encourage people to pray for all efforts of world evangelization To inform people of the world’s needs and what the church is doing to meet those needs To challenge children and youth to learn about and participate in the mission of the church To raise funds for mission outreach.


Wayla 1

Mrs. Wayla Murrow is the Colorado District NMI President

To contact Wayla, you can email her at:

Below is the 

Colorado District NMI Officers and Council (2017-2018)

President – Wayla Murrow, 12933 E 108thAve., Commerce City, CO  80022
(E-mail:  Colorado.nmi@gmail.com; 303-726-7714)

Vice-President – to be determined

Secretary – to be determined

Treasurer – Hugh Sigler, 7373 S Crescent Dr, Littleton, CO 80120

(E-mail:  hsbjs@comcast.net; 720-323-5484)

Council Information:

Work and Witness – John Bruneau, 4063 S. Cathay Ct., Aurora, CO  80013

Children’s Missions – Kim Davis, 1308 Wooten Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80915

Nazarene Navajo Nation Ministry – Rick Davis, 1520 Edmonds Street, Brush, CO 80723                      

LINKS – Karen Douglass – 129 Easy Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80911

Nazarene Navajo Nation Ministry – Mary Garner – 435 Doris Rd, Grand Junction, CO  81504

Social Media Coordinator – Julie McKeithen – 490 Guyout Ridge Court, Colorado Springs, CO 80919

Nazarene Disaster Response (NDR) Director –Margaret Scott – 3685 Misty Meadows Drive, Colorado Springs, CO  80920

Mission Call Coordinator – Zeida Lynch – 6941 Bonnie Brae Ln, Colorado Springs, CO 80922

Deputation – to be determined

Joyce Chovancek – 2929 Whitney Lane, Grand Junction, CO  81504

Linda Lankford – 318 Kenady Circle, Colorado Springs, CO  80910

Angela Maldonado – 9658 Coronado Court, Parker, Colorado 80134

Sandy Ricicki – 9621 Harris Circle, Thornton, CO  80229

(E-mail: sandandtall@yahoo.com; (303-717-1449)

Rev. JoAnn Vineyard – P O Box 1146, Buena Vista, CO 81211

Lou Ann Vollmer – 4010 Lacy Lane #14, Colorado Springs, CO  80916

(Email: louann.vollmer@yahoo.com; 317-442-8285)