Late Sr Regina Kintak’s Tribute

Late Sr Regina Kintak, Deputy Director of Nursing Services, passed away on the 22nd of September at Port Moresby General Hospital: Diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy (a heart condition).

Survived by husband Mr. White Kintak, Principle of Nazarene College of Nursing, sons- Alister, Harrison and Joas; and daughters- Amanda, Emelyn, Stephany, and Abigail.

She faithfully contributed immensely through Nazarene Health Ministries serving the people of Papua New Guinea for 33 solid years of service in ministry.

Late Sr. Regina had a servant’s heart and was a role model to many who have come to know her. A mother to all, sister, manager, mentor, councilor, and church planter with a smile always on her face, which cannot be seen today but will be remembered.

Late Sr. Regina had a strong determination that she always wanted to share the holiness message of hope to her people. She started a small preaching point with some College of Nursing big brother/ big sister group back in her village in the southern Highlands province. During the funeral service, her family made a commitment to continue to invest in the church building that their mother had started as a preaching point. “Church is our life” said, Amanda White, “We’ve always been in the church and that’s where we belong.”

Thank you for those of you who have prayed and fasted during the time of illness and hospitalization for healing and recovery but God called her home to eternal Glory according to His will.

  • 1 Thes. 4:13-14 Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be ignorant about those who fall asleep, or to grieve like the rest of men, who have no hope. We believe that Jesus died and rose again and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him.
  • Let us live with the hope and faith we have seen in our dear sister:Hebr 6:19a “We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure..”
    -NIV

We invite you to continue in prayer at this time of mourning and sorrow.
May her soul rest in eternal peace.

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