The Asia-Pacific Region encompasses some of the most technically advanced cities in the world, to some of the most remote jungles where no degree of electronic technology will see you through safely.

The Gundai Church of the Nazarene and three of the ladies who are members there.

The Gundai Church of the Nazarene and three of the ladies who are members there. D.S. Kamda is on the left. 

In the midst of some of these most remote jungles, giants of men, although small in physical stature, brave foot paths and log bridges that pass through the mountains, valleys and rivers, all to share the message of Christ!

One of these men is District Superintendent Rev. Kamda Kanzpena from the Bromley District, who recently sent in photos of their walk through the highlands, and the request for your prayers for the ministry!

Rev. Kanand and DS Kamda (left to right)

Rev. Kanand and DS Kamda (left to right)

On June 5th to 8th, Rev. Kanand and I, along with some other men, went for an exploration into the Upper Ramu region, an area of very rugged terrain on the Madang provincial boundary.  Our goal was to visit three of our churches.  The journey was very tough and each day we were gone we walked the entire day.

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The Bokamamb Nazarene Church with a few of the Christians who were there. Pastor Abram River is fourth from the left.

The Bokamamb Nazarene Church with a few of the members who were there. Pastor Abram River is fourth from the left.

There are no roads, schools, health facilities or access to medicine. The five big villages that we passed through were all some kilometers away from each other.  Only three Nazarene churches are there.  

We need your prayers so that God’s power will intervene to plant more churches in accordance with His will!  – DS Kamda

 Thank you for praying for the continued work of the Church in reaching to some of the most remote parts of the world!