Missionary Health Care
Effective April 1, 2016, the cost of the Memorial Roll will be $75
and the cost of the Distinguished Service Award will be $125.
The cost of providing insurance for Nazarene missionaries
is quite high. In fact, the cost for health insurance alone
for a year is approximately $1.9 million, and the costs continue
to rise. Yet the Church of the Nazarene wants its missionaries
to be able to serve and not worry about where they will scrape
up the cost of the next premium.
Nazarene Missions International has helped subsidize some
of these funds since as early as 1919. Through your giving
to the Memorial Roll, Distinguished Service Award, Gifts from
the Heart, and Missionary Health Care plate offerings, you
helped offset approximately 23 percent of those insurance
costs. Thank you!
The remaining 77 percent of the insurance costs is provided
by the World Evangelism Fund. So two important facts to remember
- The more money that comes in for Missionary Health Care,
the more money from World Evangelism Fund can be used
specifically for evangelism.
- Giving to World Evangelism Fund affects many aspects
of missions in the Church of the Nazarene.
Missionary Health Care Frequently
Missionary Health Care Offerings
Through plate offerings or Faith Promise giving, the whole
church helps provide for the medical needs of Nazarene missionaries.
Every church is encouraged to support NMI Missionary Health
Offerings for Missionary Health Care should be appropriately
marked and mailed to Global Treasury Services. All money given for the NMI Missionary
Health Care is used directly for the missionaries' health
care and qualifies as Ten Percent Giving credit.
Make checks payable to: Global Treasury Services
Global Treasury Services
Church of the Nazarene
PO Box 843116
Kansas City MO 64184-3116
In Canada, make checks payable to (and mail to):
Church of the Nazarene Canada
20 Regan Road, Unit 9
Brampton, ON L7A 1C3
Non-North American districts can obtain more information about
the Missionary Health Care from their respective regional