Susan and Jeffrey Myers
Serving in Melanesia/SouthPacific | Asia-Pacific
Jeffrey and Susan Myers are missionaries for the Church of the Nazarene assigned to Kudjip, Papua New Guinea, where they have served since June 2001.
Jeffrey graduated from Olivet Nazarene University in 1987 with a B.A. in communications. He is an Ordained Elder in the Church of the Nazarene. His early years in PNG were involved in developing Nazarene Radio Ministry which is now completely run by one of our National pastors. Jeff is currently serving as the Melanesia and South Pacific Fields Church Development Coordinator. His role focuses on further developing the church in PNG specifically working with our church leaders and assisting the Field Strategy Coordinator.
Susan graduated from Mount Vernon Nazarene University in 1989 with a B.A. in biology. She received her Medical degree from The Medical College of Ohio at Toledo in 1993 and completed a pediatric residency at Children's Hospital Medical Center of Akron in 1996. Susan serves as a physician at Nazarene Hospital in Kudjip. She cares for patients of all ages in the pediatric ward, outpatient department and the emergency room. She has specific interests in identifying and caring for children with various forms of heart disease and in diagnosing and treating the many women in PNG with cervical cancer.
Jeffrey and Susan have two children, Jessica and Ethan. Jessica is a student at Mt Vernon Nazarene University. Ethan is nearing the end of his high school career and intends to join his sister at MVNU.
Home Assignment Dates
Aug 23, 2018 - Dec 03, 2018, United States
Dec 30, 2018 - Jan 08, 2019, United States
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