Monthly Archives: December 2010

The Short Version

4th draft of Matthew 21-28 finished 273 people received wheelchairs this year Pray for the Cambodia container Wheelchairs used in Philippine church planting Lunchbox 101: Packing a Japanese lunch has hidden pitfalls Advertisements

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Facing the draft

Praise God! We finished a clean draft of Matthew 21-28, with many small changes (and a few harder ones). It took Pastor Minamida, our signer, to the limit of his capacity—pray for him now as he takes some time for … Continue reading

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273! And the next container . . .

This last year 273 people received wheelchairs, most of them in the Philippines and Thailand. It was amazing to watch God work. Thank you for praying. We are now facing some pretty big “bumps” regarding a container we plan to … Continue reading

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A letter from the Philippines to Wheelchairs of Hope:

God bless you partners. In our recent church planting activity at Subic Bay Freeport Zone, which I am leading right now as advocate and practitioner church planter on the side, the mayor of Hermosa, Bataan and the whole family met … Continue reading

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Lunchbox 101

Real men . . . have real wives . . . who pack a real lunch. Sundays at Japanese church don’t end with the benediction and postlude.  If people walk out the church door at this point it’s probably because … Continue reading

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The Short Version

Thank you for praying for the talk  at the lady’s luncheon. Encouraged by a Deaf Pastor using our translation Great visit from a project supporter

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On the Way

Thank you for praying for the talk at the lady’s luncheon.  How did it go? It’s a long story. It was a gorgeous, sunny day, just cool enough to enjoy a brisk 20 minute walk from our apartment to the … Continue reading

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