Nazarene Missions International
Since our beginning days in the early 1900s, missions has been a priority: church planting, financially supporting both Nazarene missions and other Christian ministries around the world, sending short-term project teams, and commissioning members who are called to full-time missions service.
TO MAKE CHRISTLIKE DISCIPLES IN THE NATIONS
“As the Father has sent Me, I am sending you.” JOHN 20:21
Our LINKS Missionaries
Esdras and Scarlet have been married since February 2007. They have two children, Joshua Alexander, born in Mexico and Sara Michelle, born in Costa Rica.
Esdras and Scarlet Jimenez
Ecuador South America
Esdras was born in Chiapas, Mexico. He is the second son of a pastoral family. Since 2005, he has served as a missionary in the Mesoamerican Region. He has served in the Communication Department, Theological Education, and Finances, Since 2014 he has been serving in the South America Region as a National Ministries Coordinator. He also has been a teacher at Quito Nazarene Seminary for the South America Region. He has a bachelor’s degree in information, and has a Master’s degree in Religion Science, with a focus on the Mission of the Church.
Scarlet was born in Managua, Nicaragua. She too is the second child of her family. She has served as a missionary since 2004. She served as treasurer to the South MAC Area formerly, she has served as a General Administrator for the Nazarene Theological Seminary at Guatemala and for the Virtual Seminary (which is an alliance of SENDAS to offer online theological studies for Latin America) in Costa Rica. She is now working with accounting and finance for the South American Nazarene Theological Seminary, in the South America Region.
Dr. Erin Meier
I came to Papua New Guinea (PNG) through the Samaritan’s Purse Post-Residency Program in 2007 and haven’t left. I joined the Church of the Nazarene in 2010 and became a Nazarene Missionary. I love the opportunity to practice a broad scope of medicine each day, to share Jesus’ love with the patients I meet, and to be able to be Jesus’ hands and feet to the people of PNG.
Note: The Women’s Bible Study rolls bandages to support Dr. Erin and the hospital in PNG every second Monday of the month.