Monthly Archives: September 2012

Thoughts on Checking John 3:16 in JSL

This week, I was checking John chapter three. I realized how much we take for granted. If you were Japanese and Deaf, your chances of encountering John 3:16 in your native language would be miniscule. ViBi hasn’t translated it yet. … Continue reading

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Possible Big Break for Transporting Chairs

On Tuesday a representative from a Japanese transport company (sort of like FedEx or UPS) will be coming to explore the idea of a partnership. Since we often send wheelchairs within Japan (ie. to the airport for people to take … Continue reading

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Beyond the Blur

Deaf friends are coming tomorrow at 1 PM to spend the afternoon and evening studying the Bible together.  Pray for discernment.  Mary Esther especially asks for prayer for her eyes. After about 5 hours of watching sign language everything begins … Continue reading

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Busy Week

Mary Esther:  I’ve got meetings today, wheelchair restoration day tomorrow, another meeting Wednesday, and an important board meeting this Thursday. Saturday early, it’s off to the airport to deliver chairs to four volunteers taking wheelchairs to the Philippines. Pray for … Continue reading

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Team Building

Yuki Yamada, sign language translation consultant in training, left with his family for Hong Kong last week. They’ll be there six weeks working on building their support base. Pray that God will grant them favor; many opportunities to share and … Continue reading

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Summer 2012 for the Penners

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