Monthly Archives: March 2011

Hope in Japan

This morning I read of Pastor Okamoto in Sendai. No one knew if he was alive or dead. Just recently his story has come to light. Contnue to pray for all those suffering in Japan. And remember that God knows.  … Continue reading

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Earthquake, Tsunami, Radiation

It has been hard to even think of writing a blog as we stay glued to the internet to catch the latest report. How much more I need to be glued to my Heavenly Father. Many shake their fists at … Continue reading

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Rules of Thumb #13 Enjoy Your Work

I always liked the statement, “Find something you enjoy doing, and you never have to work again.” Maybe that isn’t the way the statement goes, but it does point to an important ministry guideline. JoAnn and I really did enjoy … Continue reading

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A New Day for Japan?

Today I receive a word from Andy Game of Alpha Japan. He shared a most exciting trend that I had heard nothing about. The title of the artcle is Christianity a trendy topic for publishers. You can read it at … Continue reading

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Preparing To Go

Several important issues surfaced at our RJC Conference, Feb 17-19. One of them was that there is a need to help prepare groups and individuals going to Japan on mission trips. We have talked about this for quite awhile. And … Continue reading

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