Celebrate the beginning of the Christmas season! Please invite your friends, family, and church to the APNTS Choral Christmas Cantata on November 25th.
Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary, in cooperation with the Philippine National Red Cross – Taytay Chapter, will hold a blood-donation program on 21st November 2016 at the Nazareth Hall. Pre-registration is required and will run from 14th October- 14th November 2016. Interested donors may look for nurses Kathy Gamalo and Lou Reyes to sign up and know more about the orientation on 14th November, 2016.
Asia - Pacific Ministry Symposium - Contextual Ministry among Traditional People with Dr. Darrel Whiteman. His experience in cross-cultural missions is extensive. He is the Executive Director of the Overseas Ministries Study Center in New Haven, CT. He has served as a missionary to Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands, professor at Asbury Theological Seminary, missiologist to many world areas, and is the author and editor of three books. November 30, 2016 at Asia Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary.
Manila, Philippines: Incoming President of Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary (APNTS) Dr. Bruce Oldham arrived in Manila Tuesday evening and will be staying on campus until next week. Read:Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary Announces New President According to Dr. Bruce (as he would like to be called), this is his very first visit to the campus, not to mention the
Manila, Philippines: The Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary (APNTS) Board of Trustees (BOT) is pleased to announce that Bruce E. Oldham, Ed. D. has accepted his election as president of APNTS for the next four years. Dr. Oldham has been serving the Nashville First Church of the Nazarene as Senior Associate Pastor since 2012. Prior to this, he was
Arnel Jotiz was one of the pastors in Pavia Church of the Nazarene (Iloilo, Philippines) when he and his wife felt the desire to share in the work of the Lord in Cambodia, “My wife, Christine, and I were burdened and challenged when we learned that Christianity is less than 1% of the total population in Cambodia. After training for missions and many prayers, God gave us an opportunity to go there.” By sheer faith in God and reliance on each other as husband and wife, Arnel and Christine mustered the strength to take their young family to a country they have never set foot before. “Within our first few days, we observed that many of the Cambodians appear to... Read More