Monthly Archives: July 2010

I do!

It’s hard for me to believe that tomorrow will be our twenty-first wedding anniversary. Over the years a lot of people have reminded me that it rained on the day back in 1989. The thing is I don’t remember a … Continue reading

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Waiting for the Harvest

Sometimes when I am back in the United States it seems like the way people perceive things is shaped more the pages of the Wall Street Journal than the Word of God. The process whereby many people discern whether or … Continue reading

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Toilets and Evangelism

Toilets and Evangelism you ask! I remember years ago being taught that the Protestant Reformation began with Martin Luther’s posting of the 95 thesis on the door of the church in Wittenberg. However, it could be said that began with … Continue reading

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Gathered around the table

Last year as the 150th Anniversary of Protestant Mission in Japan was being celebrated I realized that our 15 years of service represent 10% of the entire span of the history of which began when the RCA sent its first … Continue reading

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