Monthly Archives: February 2010

Ressearch Request

We’re looking for pictures of Artaxerxes/Xerxes/Ahasuerus (different versions have different names for this king) to help us come up with a sign name for him in our translation of Esther. Any information about him will be helpful as well.

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Pray and Praise

Pray: Tomorrow Mark presents Deaf ministry at Calvary (Los Gatos) for their Global Outreach week. Praise: Many key people attended the cleaning day yesterday (Saturday Japan time). Momentum keeps building,  

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Thank you!

Wow, that was fast! Several nearby people have responded to our request for a printer, and we now have what we need. One more answer to prayer that we never even put on the list: Cindy Coatney from Church on … Continue reading

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Printer anyone?

Request for help:  Does anyone nearby (San Jose Bay Area) have an old printer we can use? We’re only here for 3 to 6 months, so it hardly pays to buy one, but if someone in the bay area has … Continue reading

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The Short Version

Short Version:   ·         Linguistic analysis improvements implemented ·         Progress toward new methodology   Prayer requests: ·         Please keep praying for a funding miracle. With the Deaf team continuing to move ahead, and promising workers wanting to join the team, and … Continue reading

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Innovations and needs

Details for those who want them:   (Please feel free to ask questions. We want to learn how to present the somewhat technical side in ways that communicate well, and the best way to do this is to find out … Continue reading

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On the move

Next week some executives from ITOCHU Corporation (a major corporation in Japan) will be meeting with Wheelchairs of Hope board members to discuss shipping and storing wheelchairs in Asia.  Please pray for this meeting to not just allow more wheelchairs … Continue reading

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