Monthly Archives: February 2007

Still talking about it

Give thanks with us! The lady who arranged for me to lead the Catholic Advent Meditation wrote the following to Mayumi, who passed it on to me: "The meditation that Pastor Mark led last year was a great experience for … Continue reading

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Lots Happening

This past Sunday at Deaf church about 15 people worked for a couple hours on chairs for the Mongolia shipment.  It was fun to watch the camaraderie.  We were barely done cleaning up the tools, oil sprays, and dirty rags … Continue reading

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Yesterday

Thanks for praying!  When I got to church, it looked like I might not have DVD (which I was depending on for the scripture reading and repeated viewing during the message), but the techie guys worked out the bugs in their new system just … Continue reading

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Preaching this morning

Hey, just wanted you to pray for me this morning. I’m preaching at the Deaf church we attend. The text is Phil. 3:4-12, a passage that is very central to my life, how I think and what I do (in … Continue reading

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Bookkeeper!

Praise God with us for a bookkeeper for Wheelchairs of Hope!  Yesterday was a long day for Mary Esther by the time she worked all day getting ready for the first Annual Conference of Members and then went out in … Continue reading

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Hurray! I started Discourse Analysis in Japanese SL!

After what seems like ages learning how to do Discourse Analysis in Japanese (by e-mail with a prof in England), today, I started working on Japanese Sign Language. I have a long way to go, but am glad to be … Continue reading

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Encouraging News

I got this post the other day: Mark,Got an email this morning from a lady who has come to Bible storying twice. We gave her the "set" of 8 DVDs. She sent me a text messagethis morning: "WOW! These VDVs are … Continue reading

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