Monthly Archives: July 2007

Wrapping Up

In just less than two weeks, we’ll be back on the road.  We’ve grown fond of Grand Forks, North Dakota even though (or maybe because) being here means an incredibly intense workload. Again this summer we have seen God work … Continue reading

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The battle continues

Some friends/coworkers are seeing their marriage shatter.  The pain for them and their family and the ripple effect to those around continues.  Please pray for our friends who we love, pray for their young children.  Pray for Pastor Minamida and … Continue reading

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Stretching and growing

This week has been stretching.  We had expected that the NPO applications papers for the Wheelchairs of Hope project to be submitted the end of May and that we would have our approval by the end of August.  I have now … Continue reading

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Wheelchairs into Philippines!

Good news from Japan about the wheelchair project this past week.  A Japanese pastor and 20 people, some of them short-termers connected with Twin Lakes Church in California worked on 13 wheelchairs that were taken to the Philippines on Wednesday.  We had … Continue reading

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Back at Home in Japan . . .

Back in Japan, work continues on Genesis 36-42. The comprehension checks (feedback from Deaf people who see the video draft) are done. Pray for the team in Japan as they revise the working draft based on what they learned, and … Continue reading

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On The Home Front

It’s been four weeks since we arrived at the University of North Dakota for SIL (Summer Institute of Linguistics), and Grand Forks has turned warm.  The campus thermometer across from the cafeteria read 95F as we walked to supper this evening.  Mark’s … Continue reading

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