Monthly Archives: June 2012

From ViBi’s Facebook page:

Thank you for your prayer. We did comprehension check of the book of Esther on June 7th, 8th, and 13th at Fukushima Deaf Baptist Church. Two sisters from that Church helped volunteered to help us with the checking. We’ve been … Continue reading

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12,000 JSL Bible portions viewed on YouTube!

As of this minute, on the YouTube site where we make the Japanese Sign Language (JSL) Bible translation available for free viewing, we have 15,583 total views. I went through and subtracted all the views of our PR and other … Continue reading

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Pray for the shipment in July

In Japan volunteers at Wheelchairs of Hope have prepared 125 wheelchairs to ship to Manila, Philippines next month. In it will be the 1,000th chair to be sent. There are several logistical/administrative details that still need to come together before the … Continue reading

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Home Assignment

Praise God with us! The past two Sundays (in Somerset CA and Gresham OR) we shared what God is doing in Japan and Asia.  In between we’ve enjoyed reconnecting with our support team one-to-one and attending the joyous wedding of a … Continue reading

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How much difference does one wheelchair make?

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Made it!

We’re in the U.S. Good trip. Thanks for praying. This Sunday we’ll be at Lake Hills Community Church in Lake Elsinore, and then head up to the San Jose Bay Area on June 5.

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Put me to sleep, it did!

Things were a bit crazy last week. Between 3 days of meetings up north, and getting ready for our U.S. trip, I didn’t make the time to ask for prayer for the ViBi (the Japanese Sign Language Bible Translation) annual … Continue reading

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