Monthly Archives: November 2010

English Classes, Step to Jesus

Recently I uploaded six short videos that we recorded last February during our International RJC Conference. These were testimonies by six Japanese pastors in the Seattle area. <http://www.rjcnetwork.org/?page_id=483&gt;. I hadn’t noticed, but a missionary in Japan thanked RJC for the … Continue reading

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A Great Way To See Japan

One of the easiest ways to grow your understanding of Japan and concern for the country is now available!  See Destiny Japan <http://destinyjapan.com/&gt;.  They are offering some wonderful experiences that go beyond the usual Japan tours, including contact with Japanese … Continue reading

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Christmas, A Great Time To Pray

I regularly check out the JP News website that features Christian activities in Japan. The other day the main picture was a brightly decorated Christian bookstore in Tokyo. It was a reminder to pray. Many non-Christians enter these Christian bookstores … Continue reading

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America from the Inside

Lately I haven’t been able to work on the Japanese tourist ministry idea, and then Roberta sent this to me: Just read in a financial report that JPMorgan is predicting the dollar to fall to 75 yen next year………….. unbelievable … Continue reading

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Reading the Bible

In my daily Bible reading I have been going through the book of Acts. Are you familiar with ? Since it is linked with a map website, you can actually read the Bible passage and see a map of the … Continue reading

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A New Spark!

I just finished my last note about how hard the blog is becoming, and Andy G sent a note about a new exciting ministry. The Sillavans, missionaries in Japan, have started an exciting ministry called Destiny Japan, Christian Tours. Check … Continue reading

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Tis getting hard!

I thought I was doing so well with this blog. Some kind of a record for me, since I dislike writing. Besides the obvious need to blog about Japan ministry and RJC, one of my secular heroes, Tom Peters, said … Continue reading

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Preventing Suicides in Japan

Someone sent me a link to an article written last December concerning the suicide attempts made at Tojimbo Cliffs in Fukui prefecture. <http://www.nytimes.com/2009/12/18/world/asia/18japan.html?_r=2&gt;. The article reminded me of other Christian churches and pastors working in the same way to prevent … Continue reading

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The Aging of Japan

Today someone told me about two articles on The Economics website. <http://www.economist.com/node/17492860?story_id=17492860&CFID=154073501&CFTOKEN=94106062&gt;.  The title is The Future of Japan, The Japan Syndrome. And the second article <http://www.economist.com/node/17522568&gt; is A special report on Japan, Into the unknown. They both tackle the … Continue reading

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This Day on the Phone

This morning I had a conference call concerning Southern California RJC, and then this evening we had our final conference call for a new RJC Academy class called Japanese Evangelism 201. Here are some of my thoughts: 1. There are … Continue reading

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