Nazarene Missionary Recovering from Emergency Surgery at Nazarene Hospital in Papua New Guinea

This has been a difficult few weeks for team members on the Asia-Pacific Region. While we normally try not to flood your inboxes, we so greatly appreciate your partnership in ministry and want to keep you alerted to those needs for special and urgent prayer.

Rachael Thompson, wife of Jordon Thompson, Nazarene missionaries in Papua New Guinea, underwent successful emergency surgery on Monday, January 12, 2015, at Kudjip Nazarene Hospital.  We are so thankful for the team of physicians and caring national medical staff who have come alongside the Thompsons during their time of need.

Rachael and Jordon serve at the Kudjip Mission Station, where Jordon oversees facilities maintenance.

Please pray for Rachael’s continued recovery and for the ongoing healthy development of their unborn baby.

10 thoughts on “Nazarene Missionary Recovering from Emergency Surgery at Nazarene Hospital in Papua New Guinea”

  1. Thank you Lord, for taking good care of Rachael Thompson, give her strength in healing up quickly Lord God, And please continue to bless her and her family and all the hospital staff, and please continue to bless Todd and Connie for all that they do in your name Dear Jesus we pray Amen God bless you all , Love in Christ Peggy Faggard


  2. Hello Connie and Todd,   I took your 2 prayer requests to our ladies WOW study group this morning, and they were well prayed for.We pray for the Lord’s will to be accomplished for each one with these special needs.  Never apologize for thinking you’re sending too many messages.  That’s what we’re here for.   God loves you and so do I.           Irene  


    1. Irene,

      Thank you so much for taking the prayer coverage so seriously! We so greatly appreciate knowing that we have a team ready to lift the needs of the ministry here on the region before the Lord.

      Yours and His,


  3. This is a daily devotional I receive every day from the Canadian Presbyterian Church, and as it says, you need not be either Presbyterian or Canadian to contribute. I have “met” several of the writers when I occasionally send them a thank you and comments.  I forward them every day to Conrad as he enjoys them so much.  The one today is so appropriate to share with some of my favorite friends involved in ministries here and across the seas.  So many tragic fires, one so close to our own community. Sandy and Doug’s home was saved as they were gone, and neighbors became responders.  We received all the information on the Fort McMurry and all of the destruction, not knowing it would happen so close to us.  I hope you will find this devotional meaningful.   Irene


  4. These pictures are way beyond adorable and I could look at them over and over. I have seen some of them in other messages. I hope y’all will love them as much as I do. And you photo experts should enjoy them too.


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    | | | This took my breath away.  Connie & Todd, you will be ministering to your dare devils today, being so many hours ahead of us, so I’m sure you will wish you could be there to minister to these dare devils.  Then I think of the Navy Blue Angels who will be flying here next weekend, and to know that at some point their wings will be 18 inches apart. Talk about dare devils! |

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  6. I truly hope each one of you will enjoy and appreciate this grand bird that my cousin in Calgary sent to me. We both have a great love for the eagles. I hope it comes through well to you, especially across the Pacific Ocean to Manila, Connie & Todd.


  7. Andy Rooney was such a great writer, always clean, sometimes very funny, sometimes serious with thoughts we as readers wondered where all of those thoughts came to him like they did.  I never ever heard anyone complain about his writings. So please enjoy what Conrad shared with me, I hope you’ll share it with those special ones in your life. God loves y’all and so do I.Irene   


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