Monthly Archives: November 2007

Back from Bangkok

We’re back from Thailand, very tired and very encouraged. Mary Esther has enough stories to fill a book, but with a board meeting coming up Thursday and plenty of preparation to do beforehand, she won’t be writing it for a … Continue reading

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Back From Bangkok

At the Asia Pacific Sign Language Multi-Agency Meeting, top level leaders from both the Bible Societies and Wycliffe, as well as representatives from several translation projects in different stages of progress came together to make this a groundbreaking meeting.   … Continue reading

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Scripture in Use!!

Christmas planning has begun at Deaf church, and not just at where we attend,   Missionary friends working with Deaf in an entirely different part of Japan wrote of the impact the Japanese Sign Language Bible is making.  They gave us … Continue reading

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Multi-Agency Meeting

ViBi and Wycliffe are partnering to hold the first Asia Pacific Sign Language Multi-Agency Meeting in Bangkok, Thailand Nov. 20-22. We thank God for the many groups in various countries who have started or are interested in Sign Language Bible … Continue reading

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Church Planter’s Institute

Last week we attended a 4 day Church Planters Institute conference near Mt. Fuji.  Mary Esther made some contacts for the wheelchair project, but her main reason to attend was her role as part of the JEMA (Japan Evangelical Missionary … Continue reading

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NPO App, cleaning day, and Thailand trip

Tomorrow the wheelchair project will again go to the prefectural office to submit our application for NPO status.  This is our 5th attempt, and the last opportunity we have to apply this fiscal year.  If the application is rejected tomorrow, … Continue reading

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Response to “Back to Zero” and my reply

Response:  Hi Mark, Perhaps this is heretical, so if it is, forgive me. It seems to me that you are at a place where you need to step back and take a hard look at what the Lord has been … Continue reading

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