Nazarene Disaster Response

Heavy rains begin to taper, Nazarene Compassionate Ministries responding to Cavite Province with relief supplies.

Heaviest rains in recorded history in Philippines start to taper. Flooding widespread. photo by The Nation. The monsoonal rains falling in the Philippines since Sunday began to taper Wednesday morning.  … Read More

Heaviest rains on record hit Manila, falling at more than 1 inch per hour. 60% of Manila submerged.

Officials are reporting that more than 60% of the capitol, Manila, is submerged. Manila, Philippines: Heavy Monsoon rains have continued to pound the Philippines for the third straight day as officials… Read More

Work and Witness from Michigan in the midst of the storm!

Team meets in front of APNTS original Chapel   Manila, Philippines: August 6th was an exciting day in Manila as another Work and Witness team arrived to work on the campus… Read More

Nazarene Disaster Response heads to Northern Philippines

Manila, Philippines:  Philippine Field Office volunteers and staff met at the field office in Manila Wednesday evening to pack bags of rice for Nazarene families displaced by Tyhpoon Labuyo.  Work and Witness Team members from… Read More

Nazarenes affected by typhoon Labuyo (Utor)

Typhoon Labuyo caused major damage in the Northern Provinces of the Philippines. Manila, Philippines:  Philippine-Micronesia Field Strategy Coordinator, Stephen Gualberto, reports today that he has received updates from the Zone Coordinator… Read More

Typhoon Labuyo Makes Landfall in Philippines

Manila experiencing heavy rains from typhoon Labuyo Manila, Philippines.  Typhoon Labuyo (Utor) made landfall in the early morning hours of Monday with winds estimated to be around 125 mph (200 km/h).… Read More