Category Archives: Japan thoughts

Update on relief efforts in Tohoku

Since the great earthquake and tsunami in March 2011, a number of organizations have been active in Northeast Japan (“Tohoku”): It’s Not Just Mud (INJM) in Ishinomaki and OGA for Aid in Minamisanriku. Both of these organizations are small, have … Continue reading

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Asian Access – Japan Disaster Relief Project Report – 2 years later

Asian Access reports to donors on some key Japan disaster relief projects it has supported over the last two years. Discover our grid for deciding on projects. Learn what has been happening. Hear from people and churches involved in these … Continue reading

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Sunday Worship in Nagoya

Yesterday I visited All Nations Church, a body of believers in Nagoya, that was planted by Christ Bible Seminary. Michael Oh spoke on Psalm 46, and the difference it makes to know that God is with us in our times … Continue reading

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Tuesday in Ishinomaki

Yesterday we arrived Ishinomaki and we were put to work in the mud teams to repair homes in the tsunami stricken area. The home we were working in was very clean and our job was to remove the floorboards and … Continue reading

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Sunday in Tokyo

Yesterday was our first day in Japan and a very busy day in Tokyo. First we attended a chapel service at the New Otani Hotel and met with Bob Holmes and Andy Ichimura, who together founded the International VIP Club … Continue reading

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Business as Missions in Japan

Next week I’ll be traveling to Japan for with a small team to provide business training and help with recovery efforts in Ishinomaki.  I plan to use this blog as a way to keep in touch with family and friends. … Continue reading

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