Thursday, April 26, 2012

The future of class.

The internet is a blessing. With the internet us here in Tokyo are able to partake in live classes being taught in Okinawa, this is also vice versa. Incredible to see the doors that are opening up for the future of teaching classes.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Happy Birthday!

Today is my Mother's birthday. It was awesome to have been able to see my Mom on her birthday. Though I had to leave the on her birthday it was still fun nonetheless. I love my Mother and Iam thankful for all that she has done and sill does in my life. Blessed.

Where are all the students!?

Before I left to return back to Tokyo I was able to swing by the church for one past goodbye. It was shocking to go downstairs into the sanctuary only to be greeted by 3 people. Normally in the past the room is filled with students. Now for those in Okinawa they go online and partake in devotions with those in Tokyo.

Birthday Party.

Yesterday night some from the body at Calvary Ginowan cam together to celebrate my Mother's birthday. It was a fun time of fellowship as homemade Mexican food was served along with a great deal of desserts.

Sunday, April 22, 2012

W2:Okinawa - Rob & Rika

It's good to be back in Okinawa. Every Sunday night, Calvary Chapel Ginowan hosts their Sunday night Bible study, "W2". Rob has been teaching along with Yoshua every W2. It's good to hear Rob teaching.

Friday, April 20, 2012

Lectures in Ministry: Pastor Travis.

It was great to have heard Pastor Travis speak to the Bible College students of the importance in having unity with each other amongst the churches. Though we may be different and have smaller views we all still believe in the main foundations at the end of the day and that is Jesus.

Wedding Celebration with Masaki

Meet Masaki, Masaki had been a part of "Teen Challenge Japan". Masaki was once terribly addicted to gambling and could not save himself. This was until God brought him to Teen Challenge in Okinawa. When starting, Masaki was not Christian but God touched and dramatically changed his life. Now, Masaki is serving God and has been blessed with a wife Yuriko. G

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Wednesday Night.

Lewis is teaching thru the book of Numbers on Wednesday nights. It is a fun time to hang with everyone after the study. Midweek Bible study should be apart of every Christians life. We become filled and refreshed by hearing Gods Word And fellowshipping corporately.

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Falling away.

It has been a week since the high bloom of the cheery blossoms. Now, the cherry blossoms are beginning to fall off and die. But for Japanese people the falling of the blossoms are an exciting event. With so many cherry blossoms within Tokyo, many of the blossoms give the impression of snow falling.

Friday, April 13, 2012

Lectures in Ministry: Pastor Santou.

The students were blessed to hear from Pastor Santou this Friday. Pastor Santou is the head pastor of Calvary Chapel West Tokyo. Pastor Santou is a familiar face to Calvary Bible College Japan, he has spoken at many Past lectures via internet. It was great to hear from him live.

Beautiful View.

Yesterday's weather left a great opportunity for the students to go on the rooftop to see Mt.Fuji. Here are the students showing off the view that Calvary Chapel Bible College Tokyo offers in a clear, sunny day.

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Let them Blossom!

Easter Sunday was the marked day that the weather analysis declared to be the peak of the cherry blossoms. Japan is world renowned for their cherry blossoms which attract Mullins worldwide to visit Japan and take pictures.

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Happy Easter!

Today is such a special day, in my opinion Easter is more important than Christmas. Easter is about Jesus' resurrection from the dead. Without His resurrection there would be no solid proof that His death on the cross would have paid for all of Man's sin.
Jesus' death on the cross is His payment and the empty tomb is His receipt.

Friday, April 6, 2012

Good Friday

CC Fuchu held a "Good Friday" service, this week is a special week for Christians especially Friday. Friday is when we remember the night our Lord underwent excruciating pain and suffering. Yet on this painful day us as Christians can call it "good" for "By His Stripes we are healed" -Isa.53:5

Saying goodbye.

It was time for the students to say good bye to those who came from Okinawa. It was a good time to have been able to fellowship with our extended family coming from the "floating dragon". Thanks Tom, Rob, Yoshua, Tim and Mori. See you soon!

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Lectures in ministry: Mike Snider.

Today's lecture was taught by missionary Mike Snider. Snider has been helping at Calvary Chapel Tokorozawa for the past 3-4 years. Thanks Snider!

Last group picture.

It is time to leave the Sendai region, it was a fun time up there being able to have fellowshipped with the Robb's and Keegan. Please continue to pray for the Robb's as they are taking another step of faith by hosting a Sunday Bible study.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Gospel Skit.

Last Spring a group from CCBC went up to Hokkaido. There, the group performed the Gospel skit multiple times. It worked out great as all of the Hokkaido group was here in Tohoku, they were able to perform the skit. They did a great job.

Hakugaijin gone Mainland.

Pastor Tim did an awesome Jon of providing a full concert. Normally Tim has a full 5 member band but here it was solo the whole flight. He held the fort down. Hakugaijin has officially gone Mainland.

Helping at Chibas farm.

The men from the college went over to Chiba's house. Chiba San was one of the first people that Pastor Travis and Rich met when coming to help the Tsunami victims. Chiba needed help planting some corn to prepare for the growing this coming summer. It was fun.


The Bible college went up North to the Sendai region to visit missionaries Chuck and Yumi Robb. Also, Pastor Tim Newell from CC Nago came from Okinawa to do a concert. It has been a fun full day this far.

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Edo Museum.

The Tokyo Edo Museum is a wonderful place to soak up the Mainland Tokyo culture. The Edo museum is dedicated to explaining the role and life that the Edo Period portrayed. The Edo period is crucial to the Japanese, this is where their domain and kingdom rose into recognition.

Packed train.

On the way to downtown Tokyo the train was packed. What amazed the students was that more people were squeezing in to the train. It was crazy.

Culture fun day.

The students headed out Saturday morning for the mandatory culture fun day. The students got to experience Tokyo transportation at its finest by taking the train.