Thanks to everyone that has been journeying with us throughout 2009! We love the Japanese people and the ministry the Lord has given us, and can’t wait for all that God has in store in 2010. We are thankful for the blessing you are in our lives. Your partnership means the world to us! Blessings […]
“If you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. You put water into a bottle and it becomes the bottle. You put it in a teapot it becomes the teapot. Now, water can flow or it can crash. Be water my friend.” Bruce Lee “The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among […]
Last week, Asian Access held a conference on leadership that brought together about 180 pastors from across Japan. The speaker was Robert Logan, an experienced pastor, church planter and leadership coach from America. Bob has worked with Asian Access in the past to help us equip and release leaders for ministry in Japan. You can […]
One of things we have wanted to do, both as a family and church body, is seek ways that we can say to our local community “we love you” through acts of service. We want our children to understand the value of unconditionally serving others, just as Jesus gave all for us, no strings attached. […]
After three months in the US, we are loving the adjustment back to life rhythms here in Japan. The kids are enjoying school (the friends, not the homework), English ministry has started-up, and reconnecting with our friends and neighbors has been a joy. Today, we made an unexpected connection. We found a bag of trash […]
Why Japan? Riding the wave of decades of economic prosperity, Japan has been, and remains, one of the most orderly and admirable societies in the world. Yet leaders in Japan have characterized their own nation as “a super power without a moral compass.” Only 1% of Japan’s 127 million people believe in Jesus Christ. There […]
While on a museum visit, we thought about a unique opportunity to raise some additional support. Since the idea was illegal, we passed on it. But there it was, right behind the kids. $107 million hanging on the wall. We just didn’t think we could get away with it. With their cousin D-.