As engineering majors, quantifying and measuring comes second nature to the three NNU students who traveled to Kudjip, Papua New Guinea during their Christmas break.
Each year, NNU offers students opportunities to be involved in various global mission projects. This past summer, NNU students engaged in a number of cross-cultural mission ventures around the world, with teams serving in Australia, Ghana, Jamaica and Sri Lanka.
Sophie completed a bachelor of science in nursing in 2004, which helped equip her to follow God's call to full-time mission work in Ethiopia. For the past five years, she has lived in a remote region, operating clinics for expectant mothers and infants. She sees about 60 women each week and provides prenatal care and education that has played a part in drastically reducing the mortality rate for mothers and babies in that area.
"Despite a busy freshman year at NNU, Annie Gorman still finds time to incorporate her love of baking into work with the nonprofit Compassion for Africa." Read the article on Associate Professor Joe Gorman's daughter as reported in the Idaho Press-Tribune.
There's more than one way to transform the church. Graphic design alumnus Brandon Hill started with the logo mark. Read how his work on this symbolic mark of the Church of the Nazarene is helping convey the church's mission in a refreshing new way.
Mentoring students is a primary means by which our students are transformed. In turn, professors at NNU are often transformed through building strong cooperative relationships that extend beyond the classroom. See how Dr. Ben Earwicker talks about the transforming power of mentoring students at NNU.