Ohio! [Tony Lee writing] Once again, sorry that it took so long for me to update, but things here have been going great! We started Joy-Joy 5 Day (children’s English camp) on Tuesday. The program is set up in three different parts: 1) singing and Bible time (1 Samuel); 2) English time; and 3) craft … Continued
Month: August 2010
We’re back! (Team 1 [David Chang writing]) Hey Everyone, Our missions trip to Japan is finished and we are back in LA. We’re all doing well and our time in Japan went pretty smoothly. The B&E (Bible and English) classes went well for the most part. I taught the beginners class with Kristi and George taught … Continued
[Tony Lee writing] Sorry it took so long to update, but its been pretty busy and pretty hot (which is not really an excuse but its hard to type with sweaty fingers). The last time I updated I mentioned that Laura and myself were at Hamadera and we were helping out with the childrens overnight… … Continued
Hey IBC Japan teams! We're praying for you guys! Say hi to everyone for us! Keep up the good work! We look forward to hearing about all the awesome things God has done/will do through you guys!
Greetings! [Tony Lee writing] I hope things are well back at home. We miss you guys already! We arrived safely in Osaka after a long day of traveling. Surprisingly the travel went with out a hitch thanks to the first Japan team sending us some pointers to help ease the travel. We were picked … Continued
Konnichiwa!! [David Chang writing] Hi everyone! Hope you’re all doing well at home. So far the trip has gone well. We’re all doing OK even with George getting dehydrated during the flight over and on first day or two. He is doing much better now though. On Sunday we got to attend the Inochi no … Continued
IX. Train them to a habit of obedience.This is an object which it is worth any labor to attain. No habit, I suspect, has such an influence over our lives as this. Parents, determine to make your children obey you, though it may cost you much trouble, and cost them many tears. Let there be … Continued