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A Millennial’s Perspective on Stewardship

By Rachel Libick Mention Millennials and money, and images of Ramen-eating college students crying over student loan bills might come to mind. Despite our famed empty wallets, Millennials are, in fact, a generous generation, and… Read More

APNTS Celebrates 33rd Anniversary!

Manila: On November 17th, Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary (APNTS) celebrated the 33rd anniversary of its official opening in 1983. The seminary held a campus-wide celebration where students, faculty, and alumni from around the world worshipped in prayer,… Read More

Prominent Church Leader in Papua New Guinea Passes After Battle With Cancer.

Papua New Guinea: After only a few short months of battling cancer, Baru Dirye, the National Health Secretary for the Nazarene Health Ministries (NHM), entered into the presence of his Savior on Thursday, November 24th, 2016. Baru… Read More

Launch of the Singapore Church of the Nazarene

Singapore: I am convinced and experientially aware that, “God accomplishes His mission through the Body of Christ.” Our compelling vision is that every person should be a Christlike disciple in Singapore and our missional thrust will… Read More

Breathing Deep… Burnout

Burn-out \ˈbərn-ˌau̇t\ noun the condition of someone who has become very physically and emotionally tired after doing a difficult job for a long time the time when a jet or rocket engine stops working because there… Read More

Leadership is Love

By Jerry D. Porter Leadership is about loving others. You cannot motivate or lead someone you do not love, and you cannot lead someone who does not love you. Leadership is all about loving relationships.… Read More

New Field Education Coordinator For Philippines-Micronesia

Manila, Philippines: The 15th of November was an exciting day as a familiar family re-joined the team in the Philippines! The Ackerman's, (David, Rhonda and their daughter Shan) are not new to Missions or to… Read More

Nazarene History Made on Guadalcanal

Solomon Islands: Nazarene history was made on the historic island of Guadalcanal, infamous in history for its place in the WWII Pacific Rim theatre. For the first time in 20 years, a "Solomon Islander" became… Read More

God’s Kingdom Is More Important Than Any Lines We Draw

Western Highlands Papua New Guinea: Papua New Guinea is a country of wild beauty and warm people, a place steeped in tradition and superstition.   Tribalism and family lines invariably inform life decisions. In the… Read More

Southeast Asia Field Welcomes New Family to the Team!

Southeast Asia:   The Southeast Asia Field is excited to be welcoming a new family!  While new to the Nazarene team, Joel and Marvel Vander-Kooi are definitely not new to their field of mission in Thailand. The… Read More