Asia-Pacific

Long-time Papua New Guinea leader retires

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 07/11/2013For many, retirement means a well-earned rest, time for traveling and enjoying hobbies and personal pursuits.   For Pastor Taime (left in picture), a long-time pastor, church planter, evangelist, the...

Un veterano líder en Papúa Nueva Guinea se retira

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 07/11/2013Para muchos, retirarse significa un merecido descanso, tiempo para viajar y disfrutar de pasatiempos e intereses personales.   Para el Pastor Taime (a la izquierda en la foto), un experiente pastor,...

Mujer indostani planta iglesias en Fiji

by Steve Sharp on 07/03/2013¿Es un gran milagro que Dios sana a una persona o que les da el corage para entregar su alimento cuando apenas tienen lo sufieciente para sí mismos? La manera en que Dios está obrando a través de una...

Hindustani woman plants churches in Fiji

by Steve Sharp on 06/27/2013Is it a greater miracle to see God heal someone or give them the courage to give away a meal when they hardly have enough for themselves? The way that God is working through a pastor named Jyoti, in...

Missionary profile: Kent and Kathleen Pelton

by Engage Magazine on 04/28/2013 Kent and Kathleen Pelton have lived in Thailand since 2000, serving the Southeast Asia Field. For two years, Kent served as district superintendent of the Northern Thailand District, until February...

Nazarene Motocross track in Philippines exposes race fans to Gospel

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 04/16/2013 On Sunday, April 7, thousands of people heard the Gospel at the Honda 2013 Motocross Series in the city of Taytay, outside of metro Manila in the Philippines, when Pastor Sam Tamayo preached during...

Pista Nazarena de Motocross en Filipinas expone aficionados de las carreras al Evangelio

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 04/16/2013(Read this in English.) El sábado 7 de abril, miles de personas escucharon el Evangelio durante la Serie Honda de Motocross 2013 en la ciudad de Taytay, en las afueras del área metropolitana de...

Missionary profile: Don and Aileen Baker

by Engage Magazine on 04/14/2013 Don and Aileen Baker are serving the Keystone Church of the Nazarene in Okinawa, Japan, as interim pastor. They took this position on April 1, 2013. The Bakers also have been volunteer missionaries...

Korean Nazarenes pioneer work in Mongolia

by Gina Grate Pottenger on 03/13/2013   Sunny and Lisa Um, from South Korea, are the first Nazarene missionaries to Mongolia, officially opening the Nazarene work in that country on 25 May, 2012.   The people known as the Mongols, led...

Missionary profile: Tomo and Ceny Hirahara

by Engage magazine on 03/10/2013  Tomo and Ceny Hirahara are missionaries serving in Thailand, on the Southeast Asia Field of the Asia-Pacific Region since 1999. Tomo is from Japan and Ceny is from the Philippines. They began with...

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