Our family has been very blessed to be asked by countries of the South Pacific to lead the Theological College there. We are living in Fiji after serving in Papua New Guinea for two and a half wonderful years. The Asia Pacific Region is a wonderful place to serve the Lord, and if you have an interest in partnering with us please feel free to get in touch!
In 2011 Dave was nominated to be the Chancellor for South Pacific Nazarene Theological College (SPNTC). http://www.spntc.org He is working with District and Educational leaders in many South Pacific countries, including Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Fiji, Samoa, and Micronesia, in order to give pastors and lay leaders the best educational and discipleship experience possible. Dave served at the Bible College in Papua New Guinea as a Director of two programs and consultant for church leaders there. Before that he served the Caribbean Region as Discipleship Coordinator, Literature Coordinator, and IT Coordinator. He met Rosie at Northwest Nazarene College in Nampa, Idaho.
Rosie is a medical doctor and has served at the Kudjip Nazarene Hospital http://www.nazpng.org/hospital/ and at the Bible College clinic in Papua New Guinea. She loved the interactions with both church leaders at the Bible College and the patients and staff at the hospital. She is now looking for where the Lord will be leading her to minister in Fiji, so your prayers would be very appreciated. The Nazarene Church has a deep desire to minister to unreached people groups in Fiji, of which the Joshua Project lists four. Rosie will be doing research in this area, and again your prayers would be greatly appreciated! Before serving in Papua New Guinea Rosie was the Personnel Coordinator, Children's Ministries Coordinator, and assistant Compassionate Ministries Coordinator in the Caribbean.
Grace and Anna have been wonderful young ladies in all of their travels, showing themselves to be flexible and willing to embrace new friends and new situations. They were the first people to tell their parents that they felt like moving to Fiji was a good idea, and they continue to be a blessing. We thank the Lord for these two young ladies that God has placed into our family, and thank you for your prayers for them and their many challenging situations they face.
To see more about our family please visit our personal website at http://www.OurKerrFamily.com . May God bless you as you continue to work to Make Christlike Disciples in the Nations!