Asia-Pacific

New teachers in Asia-Pacific play key role in establishing churches

By Asia-Pacific Region Editor on Jan 22, 2010 On the Asia-Pacific Region teachers are a key component of the strategy to serve the more than 100 unreached cities on the region. The region’s stated...

Photo essay: Kudjip Nazarene Hospital moves to new medical complex

by Asia-Pacific Region Editor on 11/02/2009November 4-6, staff at Kudjip Nazarene Hospital, in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, will move from their 40-year-old hospital to a brand new, seven-building medical complex just 100 feet away. The...

From fear to faith

by Kent Pelton on 10/29/2009Gluai is married to Saranya and has a young son. About three years ago when I first met Gluai, he was wearing a bandage on his head due to a motorcycle accident. He had been driving while intoxicated...

Thriving children: The miraculous future of the church

by Asia-Pacific Region Editor on 10/22/2009“This is why I am here….to see God’s miracles first hand!” wrote Becky Wallace in a recent blog entry, as she described  the miraculous recovery and growth of two of her young patients. Dr. Wallace...

Solomon Islands church holds fundraiser for disaster victims

by George Miller on 10/12/2009While attending General Assembly, Osborn Fagea, the district NMI president in the Solomon Islands, was moved with the missionary passion of the global Church of the Nazarene to “Pray and Give.”  He...

Philippines, Australia and New Zealand churches assist disaster victims

by Asia-Pacific Region Editor on 10/04/2009In the wake of typhoons, earthquakes and a tsunami across the South Pacific at the end of September, Nazarenes throughout the Philippines, Australia and New Zealand are mobilizing to care for the...

Daniel Ekka: Broadcasting hope in Papua New Guinea

by World Mission Broadcast on 10/01/2009Pastor Daniel Ekka is the radio director for World Mission Broadcast in Papua New Guinea. This is his story in his words.I graduated from high school in 1989 and worked as a salesman for a biscuit...

NCM Responds to Disasters Rippling Across Pacific

by Anonymous on 10/01/2009Just days after a typhoon crossing the Philippines on Sept. 26 flooded more than 80 percent of Manila, killing up to 200 people and displacing half a million, a tsunami struck the islands of Samoa...

Powerless: Kudjip Nazarene Hospital seeks new electrical infrastructure

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 09/14/2009It was 1:30 in the morning. A woman had come to the hospital in early labor. Under heavy anesthesia, she lay on the hospital table, her abdomen surgically opened as the surgery team began the C-...

Radio program leads diabetic man to healing

by World Mission Broadcast on 08/26/2009Sudden illness stole everything from Mansueto Tampayan, a family man, father of three and hard-working farmer from T'boli, South Cotabato, Philippines. Complications from acute diabetes rendered him...

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