Monthly Archives: February 2008

Moved and Moving

Mark’s office moved yesterday.  The location is better, price cheaper and office space easier to use. We continue to search and pray for a full time signer and a grant for their support.   Tomorrow Mark leaves for a month … Continue reading

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Rejoicing in Heaven

There’s rejoicing at church.  Mrs. Hatadaya made a public confession of faith.  Mr. Kubota has told the pastor he believes and we pray his public confession will be soon.  This coming Sunday three hearing children (two elementary and one high … Continue reading

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NPO!!

It’s official!  At yesterday’s visit to the Bureau of Legal Affairs Office I heard the words “It is finished.”  With that, Wheelchairs of Hope learned that the application/registration process was completed.  We now have official NPO status here in Japan. … Continue reading

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Prayer Breakfast

Thanks for praying for the pastor’s prayer meeting. Mary Esther writes: That Tuesday I needed to leave the house by 6AM, a good hour earlier than I ever do.  We have this space-saving parking spot, a metal monstrosity that accommodates 22 … Continue reading

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We’re in!

Thanks for praying about the new office. One of our board members, the one in charge of finances, has agreed to serve as guarantor. Not only does it speak to his graciousness, but also to his level of comfort with … Continue reading

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Citywide Pastors meeting

Mary Esther just found out about a new opportunity—presenting the wheelchair ministry to a citywide pastors meeting. “20 minutes in front of Japanese hearing pastors!? You’ve got to be kidding!”was her response. But she is doing it this Tuesday, so … Continue reading

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Real Estate problems

ViBi has been trying to move their office and studio. Ms. Kuwahara and Mr. Ogata have done a lot of searching over the past months, and finally found the perfect place, good price, high ceiling, unfinished, first floor. The real … Continue reading

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