Monthly Archives: March 2007

Quick Trip Stateside

As for the next 15 hours, we’re getting ready for a 2 week trip to the US.  We’ll visit supporters in the Bay Area and in Chicago, some of whom we’ve not seen since 2001 (shame on us!) Mark will … Continue reading

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Done! and not Done

The Genesis recording is done through chapter 35. Thanks for praying, and keep Mr. Ogata and his editing equipment in your prayers as he prepares our recording for DVD distribution. With a little leeway now, Mark’s focused some time on … Continue reading

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The Big Picture

Mary Esther has had some excellent coaching and is looking forward to working on the structure and various functions of the wheelchair project.  Pray for wisdom and for God to continue to send Japanese to join the project team and … Continue reading

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Great day

Thanks for praying. We recorded Genesis 29-33 on Tuesday in the best recording session yet–great delivery, and many sections recorded in just one take. I’ve checked most of it already, and only found one mistake to re-shoot.  Its also the most we’ve recorded in one … Continue reading

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First Container!

Wheelchairs of Hope packed its first container (113 wheelchairs, 83 tire pumps, 3 walkers, 8 canes, 1 Hoyer lift.) Ten people were there to help load it. Thank you God! It is headed for Mongolia.

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Recording Genesis 29-35

Also on the 20th–Mark will be at ViBi where we’ll be recording Genesis 29-35 after five months of translation work. Pray especially for Pastor Minamida that his signing will be fresh and alive, clearand understandable. Pray also for clarity of … Continue reading

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Last week, Mary Esther was home before 7:00 a total of one (1) days, her day of Sabbath rest. Monday was the last day of Mission fellowship conference. Tuesday Mrs. Minamida came to Chiba and a group cleaned chairs there. Wednesday … Continue reading

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