Korea Nazarene University (KNU) has been appointed by Cheonan City, South Korea, to recruit English teachers who teach at elementary, middle, and high schools.
KNU is an accredited private Christian university. It is one of 57 educational institutions within the International Church of Nazarene.
The university is looking for teachers who are evangelical Christians to teach the students with the love of God at various schools in Cheonan City. It is a great opportunity to be a Christ-like teacher and to be a witness of God's love and care to each Korean student.
Gail Patch, retired professor of KNU now living in Ohio, is an assisting in the recruitment and consulting for these teachers and for other instructors for other KNU programs.
It is with great rejoincing that she would like to announce that THREE young ladies from the North Central Ohio District are going to teach in the Cheonan City School program in the fall of 2012.
Brittany Fawcett who is from Sandusky Church of the Nazarene. She is a 2010 graduate of MVNU and was active in doing overseas mission as well as in Ohio. At the present time she is an assistant to a Special Education teacher at a local elementary school in Evans, CO. Laura Poast from Mount Gilead and a 2011 graduate of MVNU has a double major in history and English. She delayed going in the spring so that she could go to S. Korea at the same time as Angela Williams who will be graduated from ONU with a major in social science in May of 2012. Angela is from Mount Vernon, OH and her mother, Kenna Williams serves on the district NMI council.
Gail has met these young ladies and is excited to send them to serve with the other 8 adults leaving this fall for S. Korea through this particular facet of KNU teaching ministries.