|As the third longest tenured doctor at Nazarene Hospital, Dr. Susan shared |
her testimony Monday night about how God called her to missions.
|A contest was held to create the 50th Anniversary Logo |
and this was the winner. Very Nice!
Doktaboi, pronounced Doctor Boy) was trained by Mary Ellis Condor back in the late 50's early 60's. Papa Kintak help in the little bush house pharmacy that Mrs. Condor started. Another neat fact about Papa Kintak is that his son White Kintak is our Principle of the Nazarene College of Nursing.
Throughout the week we heard from several preachers, DS Andrew Akus, Dr. Verne Ward, Global Missions Director, Rev. Mark Louw, Asia Pacific Regional Coordinator, our General Superintendent David Graves and retired PNG missionary and now DS in New Zealand Neville Bartle. All week long the Good News of Jesus was proclaimed as Jesus was lifted up and glorified for all He has done for Nazarene Hospital these past 50 years!
|Joyce Bartle and Jan Watson being very warmly greeted by |
their former nursing students.
It was great seeing and meeting some of the retired missionaries from PNG who came back for the celebration. Jan Watson and Joyce Bartle were two key ladies who started the nursing program here at Kudjip many years ago and it was neat to see the nursing students they worked with back then greet them again! We also had visiting John Bromley and his daughter. John's father William Bromley died in the Jimi Valley serving the people there and I have visited his grave sight at the district center on the Bromley Memorial District. It was great seeing some of the old pictures from the early days of the PNG mission here in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Over the next several days I will be adding pictures from the week long 50th celebration, so keep checking back for new pictures!
|Former missionaries and our PNG DSs being honored |
Monday Night. Pictured left to right, Jan Watson, Neville
and Joyce Bartle, DS Yambe Sike and his wife Martha. And
Further right out of the picture were 8 more DSs and their wives.
|Some of our station kids presenting music and pageantry, thanking all|
of those who have through the years, had a part in Nazarene Hospital.
|Papa Yapo, a very precious man, who worked at Nazarene Hospital for|
over 30 years, giving his testimony. Papa Yapo and his wife mama Sandy
were our neighbors here on the station. He was our ambulance driver
until he retired.