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Serving the Lord in Guatemala, with the NorCentral Field

Ed Nichols was called to ministry at the age of 17, and has been a Nazarene pastor for 40 years in Idaho and Oregon. Kim Nichols was called to ministry in her mid 20’s and has been a bivocational classroom teacher and associate pastor in both California and Oregon.


Ed has a bachelor’s degree in Religion from Northwest Nazarene College (now University). He has served in youth ministry, pastoral ministry, and as a volunteer missionary on the island of Dominica. Kim has a B.A. in elementary education and an M.A. in Spiritual Formation from NNU. Her district service includes Bible quizzing, camp directing, and NMI council.


Ed and Kim were married in May, 2015.  Ed has four grown children, and they are blessed with eight grandchildren.  Together, they served a local church in Oregon for five years prior to moving to Guatemala. 

They have been serving in the Nor Central field, working as assistants with Work and Witness, since May of 2021.  They take great delight in encouraging pastors and local churches in the field, which includes Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.   They continue to follow this surprising and fulfilling ministry direction in which the Lord has taken them. The cry of their hearts continues to be the same response as that of Isaiah, “Here am I, send me.”  (Isaiah 6:8)



Ed and Kim Nichols

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