Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Short Version

Praise for a gift of $5,000 for ViBi Pray for Mark and two others from ViBi attending a sign language conference in Hong Kong. Mark presents a paper on Thursday. Pray for the ongoing translation of the Gospel of John … Continue reading

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Comprehensions Checks on the Gospel of John

Keep praying for the translation team as they work on the Gospel of John. Right now we’re doing comprehension checks on chapters 1-10. The church people that are checking are so excited to be able to understand it so deeply, … Continue reading

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On the way to: International Conference on Sign Linguistics and Deaf Education in Asia 2013

Today, January 29 Japan time, Mark and two from the translation team (Yamada and Uiko) will fly to Hong Kong to attend a Sign Language Linguistics Conference at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. We are very grateful to SIL … Continue reading

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The Story Continues

The other day I came back from work a bit out of sorts. I heard that one of our staff was working a second job stuffing envelopes to make ends meet. Which of course makes perfect sense since we can … Continue reading

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Please pray for the continuing transition of leadership at Wheelchairs of Hope. Pray forĀ  the new director. He works full time at a large Japanese corporation in sales and marketing besides being active in his church. Please pray also for … Continue reading

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Ups and Downs

I’ve been working with the ViBi team translating the Gospel of John while a bunch of the crew is in the Philippines working on plans for Asia and the Pacific. It’s good to be back. Yesterday I put on my … Continue reading

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Mark and I had lunch with the new director of Wheelchairs of Hope and his wife Sunday afternoon. It was wonderful to spend time in prayer together for the project and to see how excited he was. We meet tomorrow … Continue reading

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