Monthly Archives: August 2011

Thank you KJ

On Thursday, the 16th, KJ finished up his 6 week service trip with us and returned to the States. He worked so hard to love others, selflessly serving very one including us. We want to thank God for all that … Continue reading

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Hope for Tohoku @ Ishinomaki Base

Last Sunday, we had a prayer meeting with Tohoku Aid and B1 Team at our base in Ishinomaki. In April and in June they had held large-scale prayer meetings down in Osaka, called Hope for Tohoku, where people shared their … Continue reading

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Live in Ishinomaki: TBC Team

On Friday, a team from TBC’s (Tokyo Baptist Church) youth came up and did a festival with a concert and gospel presentation. All 40 of the youth were passionate about loving others. The set up a rock concert in our … Continue reading

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A truck load of water servers

  Last week, we received shipment of 230 water servers. Cambro a company in the U.S. donated these for people affected by the disaster. It was a lot of water coolers to unload! KJ and I saw the truck and … Continue reading

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Hiking with Kaito

Last week we went for an afternoon hike with Kaito, a local high school student who we have been hanging out with (I’m still in the process of writing up his story). The mountain is only a ten minute drive … Continue reading

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BBQ with fellow workers and friends

A few nights ago we had our friends from Osaka, the B-1 Network Tohoku Aid Team, headed up by Chad and Jennifer Huddleston, over for a bbq. Their church has been up here since the beginning tirelessly loving and serving … Continue reading

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Tennis with Mr. Miyamoto

Yesterday we finally got to play tennis with Mr. Miyamoto. We had been talking about it since we met him almost 4 months ago. Tomo-chan, Mr. Miyamoto’s oldest daughter was in town so she came out and played with us … Continue reading

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