Kingdom impact is what matters most!  On the Asia-Pacific Region, great kingdom impact is happening through many different ministries working together to make the most of every opportunity.

Transitions for individuals and for various ministries come as a result of this cooperative effort to reach the unreached, to make a difference in the lives of people, sharing the hope we have in Jesus Christ.

Todd and Connie Lou Aebischer have been serving in various ministry roles on the Asia-Pacific Region for the past four years and have enjoyed their work, seeing the transformed lives of people as they come to know the Living Savior, Jesus Christ.

They are now transitioning to a new role on the Asia-Pacific Region working in support of Nazarene Ministries and other Christian and government organizations, as the Country Director/Program Manager for Papua New Guinea with Mission Aviation Fellowship International (MAF-I) based in the highlands of Papua New Guinea at Mount Hagen.

While we are sad to see them leave our Regional team, we know that God was in the process and that they are simply responding in obedience to His leading. It is therefore with our blessings that we release them into the hands of the Father who knows the plans that He has for them.

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Please keep the Aebischers in your prayers along with the other team members who have recently concluded their roles on the A-P Region with the close of General Assembly.  Click on the link below to read the article.

Moving Ministries

Please also pray for direction for our leaders as they prayerfully assign new individuals to take the baton and run with it.

Transitions can be difficult, not only for the person(s) leaving, but for those that have worked alongside them.  Cindy Schmelzenbach posted a Member Care article a while back that can gives us an insight into the dynamics that surround transition.  She shared 7 ways to help us deal with change. You can view the article by clicking the link below.

BREATHING DEEP…ENDURANCE FOR THE RACE… GRIEF