Monthly Archives: July 2011

Singing a new Song

There are times when singing a new song involves singing an old song. One of the things I like to do with the music in worship is to re-arrange hymns. It helps that people already know the melodies. When confronted … Continue reading

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Thanks for the Prayers

A few weeks ago I asked for prayers about the earthquake damaged retaining wall behind our house which is being re-constructed. We have actually had several sizeable quakes since I made that request including two of the biggest shakes since … Continue reading

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Hitting the Wall

During the Earthquake our property actually had some pretty significant damage. There is a retaining wall behind our house which is keeping a Buddhist Temple from crashing in on us. Some large chunks of the wall fell down during the … Continue reading

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Yes! There is a Fourth of July in Japan!

For all my friends and family who were wondering – there is indeed a fourth of July in Japan. But like the third and the fifth of July it’s just another day on the calendar. Last week I was at … Continue reading

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