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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

NYI across the Philippines challenged to get involved in radio ministry.

  APNTS Thursday August 8, 2013 More than 50 young adults involved in NYI from across three districts of the Philippines, met together at APNTS on Saturday, August 3rd, for a conference focused on impacting… Read More

Multicultural multigenerational Work and Witness team from New Zealand to Tonga!

Mango Tree Respite Center, Kingdom of Tonga. Work and Witness is truly a global ministry with sending and receiving churches coming from all points of the earth! This was clearly demonstrated July 17-24th, when a… Read More

Dr. John Bondy Installed as Professor of Christian Education at APNTS

(Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary, Taytay, Philippines) The Chapel service on Tuesday, August 6th, was truly a special occasion as APNTS inaugurated and installed Dr. John Bondy as Professor of Christian Education. Dr. Bondy has served… Read More

Remodel maximizes mission effectiveness in Asia-Pacific

Manila, Philippines   Thursday, July 25, 2013 A remodel of the second floor of Owens Hall is well underway at Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary in the Philippines.The project, which began in June, involves reconfiguration and… Read More

South Pacific NTC receives scholarship for student tablets

A new theology school graduate steps down from the bus that has brought him home. Behind him are several years of study in which he has been challenged; his thinking has changed, the experience has… Read More

Hindustani woman starts churches in Fiji

Is 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… Read More

Jack Holstead remembered

On July 11, John "Jack" Hiram Holstead went to be with the Lord. He was born May 31, 1929, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and became a naturalized U.S. citizen 40 years later."Dr. Ho," as he… Read More