Monthly Archives: April 2010

Special Bulletin from a supporting church for those in the Portland, OR area:

Grace Community Church (GCC) has a passion for missions.  Budget issues affecting GCC are impacting many projects and special needs of our missionaries.  A group came together with a strong desire to take the burden from GCC and do something … Continue reading

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Update on the Meetings

Thanks for praying the meetings in the country next door! I talked with the two from Japan by webcam after the meetings, and they were excited. The group made better progress than expected, paving the way for good work in … Continue reading

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Important Translation Meetings

Pray! There are crucial meetings in the big country west of Japan. People from all over that country are meeting to establish cooperative ties for translation work there. Two from Japan went there today to lead the meetings. Pray for … Continue reading

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The Short Version

Container of wheelchairs clears customs in Philippines, distribution started. Video from Thailand: New worker at ViBi, Yuki Yamada Special request

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Prayer Request

We just got a phone call from Japan about a horrific situation. Pray for those involved and those seeking to intervene. Wisdom, courage, strength, and unfailing love are just the beginning of what is needed.

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New Translation Worker

Praise God! ViBi has a new worker. Yuki Yamada is a Japanese Bible translator. He and his wife Kawing (from Hong Kong) are members of SIL Asia Area, and trained at the SIL program in the Philippines. They spent the … Continue reading

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The Container Makes It Through

Praise God! The container of wheelchairs made it into the Philippines. Thanks for praying—it took time and wasn’t easy, but God had the right people in the right place, working hard to get it done. Now we’re hearing stories about … Continue reading

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