Asia-Pacific

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...

El amor de un padre

by Erin Meier on 11/26/2013Ella se encontraba caminando junto a su familia en las cercanías de su casa, a través de las malezas del Valle del Jimi.  Ella seguía de cerca a su madre llevando consigo un cuchillo, el cual era...

The first and the last

by Carol Anne Eby on 10/24/2013Missionary retreats provide great opportunities for inspiration, information, fun and fellowship. It is also a time to meet new co-workers, and last fall, Tim Eby (photo left), a missionary from...

Missionary profile: David and Naomi Phillips

by Engage magazine on 09/15/2013David and Naomi Phillips are missionaries living in Bangkok, Thailand, in the South East Asia Field, where they have served since May 2012.   David is the field strategy coordinator for the field, as...

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