Monthly Archives: May 2011

Thank you Kosaka!

For the last two and half months, Kosaka has been going up North with us doing his best to love people affected by the tsunami. As we previously wrote, Kosaka threw away his ticket to India to go up with … Continue reading

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Reflections: Yui’s Story

Yui is a friend of a friend who contacted us wanting to go up and help. She took last week off from her work to go up with us and serve. Even though most of the work was hard physical … Continue reading

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Reflections: Naoto’s Story

Naoto just became a Christian three weeks ago. After his baptism he could not wait to go up and serve people and love as he’s been loved. Here is his reflection from last week’s trip. I truly felt that the … Continue reading

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R&R Video

Here is a video of our relief and rebuilding efforts in Ishinomaki. We hope this video gives you a picture of our efforts. When we started out everything was a mess. We were able to deliver much needed supplies to … Continue reading

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Last week…

Last week we had a team of 13 people up in Ishinomaki. This trip was the most physically intensive, requiring so much from our team members. Our teams helped with clearing debris, dismantling and removing an industrial fridge, cleaning sludge … Continue reading

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Abe Family

Last week we spent another week in Ishinomaki going up with 9 people. For 4 days we split up into 2 groups helping clear rubble, clean houses, unclog gutters, break down fallen walls, etc. Again, our group followed the guidance … Continue reading

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the Miyamoto family home

We’ve written about the Miyamoto family before. They have been so welcoming and generous to us. They have allowed our teams to use their cabin on multiple occasions and invited us over for countless meals. During our last trip, Mr. … Continue reading

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