Category Archives: Wheelchairs

Mary Esther’s Year in Review

From Mary Esther: Wheelchairs of Hope Highlights 1- Mr. Naito’s confession of faith and baptism: Mr. Naito, a volunteer at Wheelchair of Hope, is the brother of the Japanese pastor my father worked with when I was in elementary school! … Continue reading

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Prayer update from March 11

110 wheelchairs are on their way to Vietnam Thank you for praying!  It took five months of negotiations but Mr. Tani, the new director of Wheelchairs of Hope, demonstrated what faith in action looks like. The container we had hoped … Continue reading

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Year End Report

Mark Penner: Sign Language Bible Translation Uiko continued as the lead translator this year, finishing the gospel of John in September, and then starting in on Exodus. Though she encountered opposition and health problems, and is (like all of our … Continue reading

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The Next Container

Under the leadership of the new director, Mr. Tani, we will be sending a 20 foot container with over 100 wheelchairs to Southeast Asia next month.  There are always challenges in sending our first container to a “new” country for … Continue reading

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Working Together

Teamwork is alive and well with our mission here in Japan. Wheelchairs of Hope would not be where it is today without co-workers praying, supporting and helping with their expertise. Below is a link to a short video showing the … Continue reading

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Vietnam trip for Wheelchairs of Hope

The Wheelchairs of Hope Vietnam tour is now finished. See the report at: https://www.facebook.com/kkurumaisu?ref=hl (You should be able to view this without a facebook account. Let us know if it doesn’t work for you.)

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Turning it over

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