Asia-Pacific

Dr. Jim Radcliffe faces second surgery, honored by PNG for legacy of service

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 09/03/2014Dr. Jim Radcliffe (left in photo), a missionary surgeon at the Nazarene hospital in Kudjip, Papua New Guinea, started noticing earlier this year that his energy levels were lower than usual. Busy...

'I never thought I would be a pastor'

by David and Sylvia Potter on 07/15/2014During the recent pastor retreat held at the beach on Eratap Point, Pastor Meriam stood and said, “I never thought I would be a pastor.”  She went on to share how the Lord has faithfully led in her...

Dios sana luego de desastre ocasionado por tifón en Filipinas

by Brian Woolery on 06/05/2014Nota del editor: Brian y Julie Woolery son misioneros que se encuentran sirviendo en Okinawa, Japón desde 2010. Recientemente, Brian lideró un equipo misionero de Japón, el cual se dirigió a las...

God heals after typhoon disaster in Philippines

by Brian and Julie Woolery on 06/03/2014Editor's note: Brian and Julie Woolery are missionaries serving in Okinawa, Japan since 2010. Recently, Brian led a mission team from Japan to the Philippines to help with the disaster relief several...

Kudjip Hospital's power plant nearly complete

by Jeff and Susan Myers on 05/07/2014It is hard to believe that what started over two years ago is very close to completion.  The Nazarene Hospital hydro-electric project is within weeks of being ready to provide clean and consistent...

Helping autistic children at Mango Tree Centre

by In-Kwon Kim on 05/04/2014From Monday to Thursday, here at the Mango Tree Centre, a Nazarene ministry to disabled people on the island of Tonga, we provide physiotherapy to around 40 children with severe cerebral palsy. Most...

Missionary profile: Jim and Kathy Radcliffe

by Engage magazine on 04/06/2014Jim and Kathy Radcliffe are missionaries in Papua New Guinea, where they have served since 1985 at the Kudjip Nazarene Hospital.   Jim is a doctor and surgeon, while Kathy fills various support roles...

Healing after Typhoon Haiyan, one church at a time

by Dave Hane on 02/09/2014We were huddled in a shelter that served as the temporary parsonage with co-pastor Mrs. Ofilanda.  Just outside the door was a bare concrete slab where the Salcedo Church of the Nazarene had once...

Patients in Papua New Guinea get new hands

by Erin Meier on 12/30/2013Seeing patients without a finger or two is pretty common in Papua New Guinea.  Many folks lose them in injuries with bush knives, or chop them off themselves as a sign of grief when a loved one has...

A father's love

by Erin Meier on 11/26/2013She was walking with her family near her home, through the bush of the Jimi Valley.  She was following closely behind her mom, holding a knife used to collect food from the garden and to prepare...

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