Thursday, May 28, 2009


Just taking some time to think back and reflect on the things the Lord has been doing at CCGinowan and CCBC Okinawa. It is amazing to see how the Lord continues to bring new people into the ministry. This semester we have seen the arrival of Chuck and Yumi Robb, David Redondo and the return of Robert (Vunder) Wunderlich. We are so blessed to have these people with us and not to forget the new Japanese people that the Lord continues to bring to the fellowship. We have seen new growth in the area of the church as well as spiritual growth in the people of God. I am continued to be amazed at the teaching of Pastor Tim as he gets smoother in his delivery and study of the Word of God on Sundays. Andrew Neely is growing in his teaching and we have experienced such wonderful teachings in the Japanese language too. How fast time is going as this August will mark 5 full years in Okinawa Japan! Wow! Things have sure flown by.
"Thank you Lord for the wonderful people we have had the opportunity to minister to and along side of. Lord we look forward to who You will bring in the future as we see the vision of reaching the Okinawan Japanese people fullfilled before our eyes. Lord please continue to work in the lives of the people in the Church as well as the Bible College and the continued new students that You will bring. Be Glorified Lord, we love You. In Jesus Name, Amen."


Anonymous said...

Amen...reflection is so important, especially when going through trying times. God's faithfulness amazes me! He's good and His love endures forever! God bless you guys!

Anonymous said...

神様 かんしゃ します。

It's really amazing to see the work of God in CCOkinawa and CCGinowan ne(^0^)
God is soo amazing.
I am so blessed to know Pastor Rick and his family and Pastor Tom and his family.
Thankyou always for teaching us the Word (the Truth) and how we should live our life for His Glory.
And Calvary Chapel, (Calorie chapel), Thankyou for teaching us the joy of eating and fellowshiping together.


Anonymous said...

I agree with Kayo.I want to say "Thank you" to all missionaries
who is in Okinawa. We were so blessed by you. your obedience to God's calling and God's wonderful salvation vision for okinawan & Japanese. Arigatoo!! Roman 11:25-36