Asia-Pacific

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...

The Blanket Show

by Asia-Pacific Region Editor on 08/12/2009When Pastor Robyn Geiger saw a couple of school children without jumpers shivering one morning she knew she had to do something. Robyn Geiger pastors theNazarene church in Mackay,Queensland,...

Village Chief Comes to the Lord Through Radio in Papua New Guinea

by World Mission Broadcast on 05/25/2009Neme is the chief of his village in the Chimbu Province of Papua New Guinea. He owns a small trade store. One evening, while selling hot coffee to his customers, Neme scanned his radio dial looking...

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