Nazarene Missions International

Nampa College Church of the Nazarene is in line with the denomination's heart for worldwide missions work. As a part of this effort, NCC leads multiple Work & Witness efforts, including trips for adults, for preteens, for teenagers, as well as intergenerational mission efforts.

If you are interested in participating in the mission work of NCC either locally or abroad, please contact Pastor Dave at, who will put you in contact with the proper channels on our NMI Council.

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CLICK HERE for the Faith Promise Partnership Agreement


CLICK HERE for the Faith Promise Pledge Card

CLICK HERE to see the 2021-2022 NMI Budget

Monthly prayer calendar

Welcome to the new monthly missions prayer calendar for NCC. Each month we will offer prayer requests for each day in four missions foci:

1) Local ministries NCC supports;

2) Prayer support for our church staff;

3) Nazarene missions international;

4) Southeast Asia (SEA) partners.

Do you want to change the world? Pray!

December 2021 Prayer calendar

01 - Pastor Scott  & Debbie  - fresh inspiration for a new year in ministry

02 - Pastor Carly as she facilitates the women’s retreat

03 - Pastor Chelsea as she leads the Middleton New Creation congregation

04 - Pray for  renewed health and energy for teachers and staff  in our schools.

05 - Church Staff - New vision for ministry in this new year

06 - Prayers for those who struggled with losses in the holiday season

07 - Continued prayers for medical staff who are exhausted

08 - That new people might find New Creation Church in Middleton

09 - Wisdom for our local government during a Covid resurgence

10 - Prayers for the Gossen family settling  into new routines in the Philippines

11 - Prayers for the  Omicron Covid spread especially in underprivileged countries

12 - Health and safety for Kevin and Jenny Campbell-White in Thailand

13 - Thank God that the kidnapped missionaries  in Haiti safely escaped

14 - For Hands of Hope to get access  to shipping containers

15 - Pray for justice and peace in the midst of the crises in Myanmar and Haiti

16 - For Thai pastors and churches struggling from Covid economic fall out

17 - Safety for international travel during the Omicron surge

18 - For believers who experience persecution in tightly closed Muslim countries

19 - Guidance for team members planning to go to Southeast Asia in 2022

        (including our folks from NCC and 1st Nazarene Churches).

20 - Safety for Shahade, Annabaelle and their daughters in a creative access country

21 - Prayers for families and victims of a typhoon in the Philippines in December

22 - Prayers for NNU students and staff as they begin a new semester

23 - Prayers for democracy and freedom to be  maintained in Hong Kong

24 - Pray for peace in many war torn countries.

25 - For wisdom and creativity for world leaders working on global warming solutions

26 - For MAF teams all over the world in dangerous and remote places.

27 - Pray for the families of the recent civilian victims of violence in Myanmar

28 - Pray that the deepening tension between Russia and Ukraine won't lead to armed conflict

29 - For wisdom for the Missions Committee in their vision and plans

30 - For our partner countries in SE Asia -for growth and depth in discipleship

31 - For a new commitment to praying for the world in 2022

Lord,  as we begin a new year, we begin knowing that you will go ahead of us into this year and prepare the way for us. We entrust to you this year, these requests and all that is unknown to us.  You are our hope and our salvation.  Please manifest your Presence and your infinite power to bring  hope and peace in this coming year. Lord, we would ask for your return, bringing your reign of righteousness. But if you tarry, give us grace and patience and perseverance to continue to pray for your people around the world. Hear our prayers, Lord. Amen.

If you ask me anything in my name, I will do it. John 14:14

South East Asia Field Partnership (SEA):


Can we imagine what a difference a Bible, a bicycle, or a clean drink of water can make in the life of someone? This is the opportunity that we have been given through our Easter Offering for Southeast Asia on Sunday, April 4th. Lives can be changed at every level; spiritually, economically, and health-wise. It is certainly true that own lives are challenged today in the same ways. We all know what it means to face difficulty just in the common everyday aspects of life.

These three projects are all important to our work in Southeast Asia. With a $10,000 offering we can buy provide 200 Bibles, drill two wells and supply enough bicycles for a small village. 


What if you wanted to learn but could not get to school? What if you wanted to work but could not get to your place of work? What if you wanted to connect and be discipled in your relationship with Christ but had no way to get to church? And what if even the simplest means of transportation cost more than 2 months of your income? Bicycles range from $50-$85, depending on whether the bike is needed for a child, youth, or an adult. This is more than many people make in 1 month or even several months.

By supplying bicycles to local villages and communities in Cambodia, we will not only be providing transportation to school, work, and church, but children and youth on bicycles are also far less susceptible to exploitation. Our churches have plans to offer training to families on how to responsibly care for their bikes so they will last for many years. This ministry also opens the door for our pastors and church members to regularly visit families, share the hope that we have in Jesus Christ, and disciple them as they come to know and follow Christ. Will you help provide a bicycle for a child, teenager, or adult in a local village in Cambodia? 


A Bible is something we can easily take for granted, but it is not so in Southeast Asia. There are often only a few people in a church who own a Bible. They are treasured not only for their scarcity, but also because they are the best means a Christian has to fight against demonic worship and false religions. We know that Faith comes by the hearing of the Word. Both hard-copy and audio tools are vital to the growth of the church and forming Christ-like disciples. 


One of the most basic needs for humanity is clean water. Not only does it maintain and support good health, but it greatly simplifies that daily routine for people who don’t have to travel miles to find clean water. At the same time, a well becomes a gathering place for people, a meeting place for friends and families. Can you imagine a well in the front yard of a church? Water becomes a source of spiritual life for people! Community gardens can be planted, young gardeners can be trained, and bonds of friendship created. A well costs in the neighborhood of $2500 to drill. This is a once in a lifetime investment for a village and the local church. 


As you prayerfully consider your participation in this Easter Offering for Southeast Asia please mark your contributions both online and in-person specifically for this cause. For questions or more information please contact our NMI President, Pastor Dave Fraley:

  • May 23 Sunday at 6:00 PM- The Goossens, our own NNC missionaries to the Fiji Islands, present their work.
  • June 27 Sunday at 6:00 PM- Dean and Cheryl Cowles, from our NCC Family, will share their ministry at the World Gospel Mission Tenwek Hospital in Kenya