As the Church of the Nazarene advances, entering new communities in South Asia, people of other faiths are sometimes resistant to accept a Christian church building in their community. Rejection comes in forms of attacks intending to damage the property and construction projects. Reports of damage include malicious people entering the church premises - smashing the windows of the church or destroying the vegetable garden or the rice paddy of the pastor. An immediate need for boundary/security walls is in locations where current facilities for Child Development Centers (CDC) and vocational training exists alongside the church buildings. These church properties are most vulnerable to attacks. Church protection walls are necessary around the church property to protect the facilities against vandalism and malicious attacks from people who see the church as an intruder in their communities and culture.