Monthly Archives: September 2010
“When all else fails, pray!” That is a negative way of saying a very important truth! God is doing so many exciting things in Japan. And yet the total percent of Christian Japanese doesn’t seem to change. It is time … Continue reading
The last few days, including future several days, have been (are being) pretty whirlwindish. (One side comment: I am glad that we missed the record-breaking 113 degrees in L.A. yesterday) Here are a few things that the Lord has been … Continue reading
We were very thankful for the Lord’s blessing at the Southern California Reaching Japanese for Christ Conference. There were many highlights. Probably the biggest was the morning message by Pastor Saku Kuroda. His main emphasis was the importance of Japanese … Continue reading
Right now I am sitting in an LA motel catching up on emails. Tomorrow will be the 4th annual Southern California RJC Conference. Please pray. Right now about 110 people have registered. Observations: LA is hotter than Seattle. LA is … Continue reading
The Harvest Time website has a list of some great links concerning Japanese ministries. <http://www.harvesttime.tv/English/navfrm4.htm>. Hopefully soon they will get the RJC link in too. <www.rjcnetwork.org>.
Mika asks for help. This could be a great job for a Christian in Japan. I need your help. Finally,I’m working Interior design office in my hometown. My office wants to hire an interior designer or architect who can speak … Continue reading
I am thankful for the ministry of the International VIP Club and Andrew Ichimura. There are many VIP clubs in Japan and around the world that bring together Japanese people to meet Jesus and encourage those in the working arena. … Continue reading
We are excited about the coming Reaching Japanese for Christ Southern California Conference coming up at Gardena Valley Baptist Church on September 25. Check out the website at <http://www.rjcnetwork.org/?page_id=23>. We just posted new material.
Yesterday Keiko S sent this plea, “I am sweating almost every weekday at my office when I have a chat visitor who says ” I want to die” or ” Mou dameda”. Sweating and praying for asking God for help. … Continue reading