LINKS is a network of connections between participating missionaries and Nazarene churches.  The relationship gives local churches an opportunity to become personally acquainted with a missionary family and their service - this fosters involvement with the global missions enterprise across the Nazarene church.  LINKS missionaries provide updates through regular correspondence and a visit when on home assignment.  The church supports the missionaries with prayer, care packages, and financial gifts.

Hugh Friburg

Hugh Friberg and his wife, Evelyn, were global missionaries for the Church of the Nazarene in the Kingdom of Swaziland. Their assignment was teaching at the Nazarene College of Theology in Siteki, Swailand.

Hugh graduated from Northwest Nazarene University in 1965. In 1968, he received the M. Div. degree from Nazarene Theological Seminary. He has completed work toward an M.A. in Missiology at Fuller Theological Seminary in California, and in 1991, he received a master’s degree in Practical Theology from the University in South Africa.  Evelyn received a B.A. degree from Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa. She has also attended the University of Missouri in Kansas City.

The Friberg’s served in Mozambique from June 1973 to Aug. 1975. They returned to Africa in 1978. Hugh served as Editorial Coordinator for Africa Nazarene Publications. They taught at the Florida campus of Africa Nazarene Theological College from 1983 to 1986.

 

Hugh retired from missionary service in 2010 and now lives in Nampa Idaho, though he continues to be very active in missions work and Work and Witness trips.  The Friberg’s have three married children; Gayla, Michael and Lynnee.

hrfriberg@gmail.com

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(406) 862-2433

1125 7th St.

Paraguay

Tim & Margarette
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Thailand

TERRENCE & INGRID
LUSTANa

They are Field Youth Coordinators (Missionaries) in Bangkok, Thailand but are on home assignment starting 15 Oct.  They are sponsored missionaries, so raise their own funds.

This young couple has won the hearts of those they speak to.  They were in the Flathead valley two years ago when they were assigned to the northwest and knew no one. They now have a 2 year old and an infant.  If you are interested in their newsletter, contact Karen Haven (Kalispell) at 406-261-1115 or chavenk65@gmail.com and she will connect you.

They will be speaking in Whitefish on 3 Nov at the Wednesday dinner (6pm) and on Sunday 7 Nov in Kalispell.