Monthly Archives: September 2011

Ogata’s Story Continues

This Sunday at church Pastor Minamida spoke to the church on behalf of the Ogatas, announcing their bitter-sweet decision. Background:  Ogatas have wanted a child for years, and many people have joined them in praying for this. You were also … Continue reading

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Help is on the Way

Thanks for praying about ViBi’s financial situation. We heard this week from a donor who is working with their year end budgets to get ViBi an infusion of funds that will take the pressure off. Keep praying for us as … Continue reading

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Both Extremes

Thank you for praying.  The meetings went really well. By God’s grace, in just three days, we were able to build a strong platform of trust and respect between the Deaf people leading the Sign Language Bible Translation movement in … Continue reading

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The Short Version

Global Deaf Partnership Summit Asia Comprehensive Planning for Sign Language Bible Translation Visa Back on Track Theoretically speaking . . . Mary Esther is wondering if she’s having fun yet.

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Visa, Summit, and Plans for the Future

Thanks for praying for the Global Deaf Partnership Summit of last week. Pray for us as we assimilate new information, opportunities, and relationships generated there. We especially need wisdom as we seek to improve cooperation between groups who are already … Continue reading

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Theoretically Speaking . . .

Many of you have been praying for Mr. K since he started borrowing books on Christianity and then took a Bible home to read.  This last Tuesday he told us that he’d “posed a question to his son asking ‘ … Continue reading

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Having Fun Yet

Thanks for praying for the meeting at the Japanese hearing church. As you know I was rather nervous about it, but in the end, thoroughly enjoyed it.   Results?  Well, my co-worker who gave his first sermon at the hearing church … Continue reading

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