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Contact Us

Find out more about NMI here

WaPac NMI Facebook Page

District Missions President:
Debra Voelker (debra@voelkereng.com)

District Missions Vice President:

Karen Duranceau (kfduranceau@doc1.wa.gov)

District Missions Secretary:

Cindy Whiteman (lowellwhiteman@comcast.net)

District Missions Treasurer:

Shelley Wagner (woollywags@comcast.net)

Links Chairperson:
Jean Calman (jcalman65@gmail.com)

Deputation Chairperson:
Fred Humber (wapacdeputation@gmail.com)
Please contact Fred if you are interested in scheduling a missionary to speak in your church.

Work and Witness Coordinators:
Rene Hayes (hayes@busybookkeeper.com)
and
Debra Voelker (debra@voelkereng.com)

Children's Project Coordinator:
Debbie Lund (debbie325@comcast.net)

Compassionate Ministries/Grant Facilitator:

Dennis Spinnie (dkspinnie@gmail.com)

Prayer Coordinator:

Tom Lafrenz (twlafrenz@gmail.com)

Alabaster:

Marian Smith (marianj207@aol.com)

 


NMI Objectives:
To encourage people to pray for all efforts of world evangelization
To inform people of the world's needs and what the church is doing to meet those needs
To challenge children and youth to learn about and participate in the mission of the church
To raise funds for missions outreach.

NMI helps produce missioanries.
NMI assists in sending missionaries to the field.
NMI supports missionaries on the field.
NMI educates individuals and congregations as to the missionaries' work on the field.
NMI welcomes missionaries when they return for home assignment.
NMI helps equip missionaries to return to the field.
NMI prays for missionaries at home and abroad.
NMI helps provide for retirement needs.

To learn more about Missions (Nazarene Missions International), please click here.
 

Area of Impact

Nazarene Missions International focuses on five strategic areas where the local church can have maximum impact on missions in the Church of the Nazarene.

The first is Prayer.  NMI gathers believers together for prayer in the local church, linking us to our brothers and sisters in the Christ across the globe.

The second is World Evangelism Fund, which fuels the Church of the Nazarene's mission by combining gifts from each person and church to fund ministries everywhere.

Through the Alabaster Offering, the third emphasis, ministries around the world receive funds to purchase property and buildings.

The fourth is to engage children and youth through education and fostering calls to missions.

Links, the last area of emphasis, strategically connects Nazarene missionaries and Nazarene churches through prayer, personal contact, and generous giving.

 

NMI Handbook

View NMI Handbook

Work & Witness Conference

The 2020 W&W Conference has been postponed until October 8-9, 2021.  We hope you will join us in 2021 at Northwest Nazarene University.

Work & Witness Trip

February 1-14, 2022 (tentative)

WaPac Mission Trip to African Nazarene University in KENYA.

Pray:  Is God calling you to go?

Save:  Approximately $2,500-$3,000  (It's too far out to project the actual cost but this is a good estimate.)

Give:  21st Century Classroom Project.  Send funds to:  District NMI, 1103 N. Waugh, Mt. Vernon, WA 98273  Mark it:  W&W 2020 Project

Share:  Help get the word out.  Let us know if you are interested.

Children's Mission Project

WaPac 2020-2021 CHILDREN’S PROJECT

This year's WaPac Children's Project is revving up to help provide transportation and equipment for the JESUS Film Team in Zambia, Africa. 

1 large Equipment Set Backpack (a screen, speakers, pojector and power system) - $4,000

1 locally purchased motorcycle:  $2,000

WaPac GOAL: $6,000
 

Send project money to:
WaPac District Office (2646 RW Johnson Blvd. SW, #108, Tumwater, WA 98512)

NMI Reading Books

Missionary Reading Books are available from The Foundry Publishing House or on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iBooks on iTunes.  The cost per electronic book is 99 cents and each should be downloaded separately.  You can find purchase and download instructions here.

Missionaries at WAPAC Churches

If you would like to schedule the missionaries to speak in your church on one of the OPEN dates, please contact Fred Humber at wapacdeputation@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

DAVE & Marybeth Giles

July 1-31, 2019

July 1-2 - OPEN

July 3 - Grays Harbor Alive

7/4-7/6 - OPEN

7/7 - Yelm

7/8 - OPEN

7/9 - North Seattle Mandarin

7/10 - 7/13 - OPEN

7/14 - Auburn

7/15 - Enumclaw

7/16 - 7/20 - OPEN

7/21 - Camas

7/22-7/27 - OPEN

7/28 - Shelton

7/29-7/30 - OPEN

7/31 - Shelton

Josh & Shannon Herndon, Romania

June 30-July 13, 2019

June 30 - Key Peninsula Key to Life

7/1 - OPEN

7/2 - Auburn

7/3 - Kent Hillside Heritage Service, noon

7/4 - 7/6 - OPEN

7/7 - AM: Centralia

7/7 - PM: Vancouver Safe Harbor

 

Jay & Teanna Sunberg, Budapest, Hungary

August 1-8, 2019

8/1-8/3 - OPEN

8/4 - AM: Marysville Generations Community

8/4 - PM: Lakewood New Hope

8/5-8/6 - OPEN

8/7 - Grays Harbor Alive

8/8 - OPEN

Jeff & Kelsey, Creative Access

August 3 - 11, 2019

8/3 - OPEN

8/4 - Port Angeles

8/5 - Forks

8/6 - OPEN

8/7 - Peninsula

8/8-8/10 - OPEN

8/11 - AM:  Tacoma First

8/11 - PM:  Raymond