Monthly Archives: November 2008

Question and Answer Time

Q & A How can you afford all your recent travel, especially in light of your support deficit? Sign Language Bible translation is “the new frontier” in the global Bible translation effort. Both SIL and UBS are committed to addressing … Continue reading

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Workshops Done, Off to Costa Rica

Praise for the good Sign Language translation workshops with Deaf groups in Yamagata, Tokyo and Osaka. We’re especially grateful for the SIL/Wycliffe Asia staff who came to hold the workshops.   Pray  for ongoing results from the translation workshops.   … Continue reading

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On the Run

Wheelchairs Praise for the CAJ Fun Run to raise funds to send a 20 foot container of chairs to China. Pray for Wheelchairs of Hope board meeting on Dec 4 to decide goals/plans for 2009.  Pray for the 3 cleaning … Continue reading

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Quick Overview

l  We’re safely back in Japan l  Had two weeks in the US to see Daniel and visit supporters/attend a missions conference. l  Got word that we’ll be losing $800/mo of support in May 2009 l  Pray for 1.      Mark’s … Continue reading

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2009 Plans

It has been a while since we have spent an extended amount of time in the US.  We plan to return to visit financial and prayer supporters from early 2009.  At this time we are under-supported by $800/month and got … Continue reading

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Workshops

Starting Monday, SIL translation workers will be coming to hold translation training workshops in three big cities in Japan—Sendai, Tokyo, Osaka. Pray that God will use these to train and raise up more translators for the project.  Pray for safety … Continue reading

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Update

On Sunday the wheelchair project had a kick off in a new partnering Japanese church.  Today is a wheelchair cleaning day, cleaning chairs to fill a container for outreach in China.

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