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We are His Workmanship

This month I was able to go and see the famous Sapporo snow festival with a Japanese friend. The festival first started 70 years ago and it has gotten bigger and better ever since. This year there was projection mapping on 3 of the major sculptures, an amazing mix of craftsmanship and technology. In addition, […]

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Holding the Rope: A Model for Biblical Sending.

William Carey was a missionary to India under the banner of the Baptist Missionary Society. In that time Andrew Fuller said: “There is a gold mine in India; but it seems as deep as the center of the earth; who will venture to explore it”? “I will go down”, responded William Carey, and included these […]

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Sin and Impurity

I thought I would share a little bit about the type of research I am preparing to do for my Masters in Theology. I will be doing research on sin as impurity, focusing on Mark 7:14-23 and how it can be applied in a Japanese Shinto context. It’s still early days, in fact I am […]

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The only Reason why Missions will be Successful

The idea of frontier missions to the unreached world is a very scary prospect. What gives Christians the right to go “interfere” with the lives of others? Why should they accept the message of a foreigner? Why sacrifice so much just to risk the possibility of seeing very little fruit and wasting your life? Honestly, […]

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