Sunday, March 13, 2011

Japan Earthquake Relief

If you would like to help bring comfort and the gospel to the victims of the Japan earthquake and tsunami, Mission to the World is accepting donations and arranging for their "Minuteman" first response team to go to Japan. You can contribute online or by sending a check. Here is how you can help:

Online Giving:
Mission to the World
P.O. Box 116284
Atlanta, GA 30368-6284
* Please be sure to write "Project #93993 on the memo line.

For more information about MTW's Minuteman Response, click here:
Dan Iverson, my team leader, and two Japanese men left at midnight in a rented truck loaded with water, gas, and various supplies for the victims of the earthquake and tsunami. They arrived at 5:30 a.m. in Iwaki, about 30 miles south of the Fukushima nuclear reactor that exploded. They are partnering with a church there to distribute supplies to evacuees who are staying in an elementary school. Our hope is to continue partnering with this church in the next year so that together we may be the gospel through our compassion and through our words.

Reports continue to worsen, with estimates of 10,000 killed in the tsunami. Prime Minister Kan has stated that this is the most serious crisis to hit Japan since World War II.

Please continue to pray that God will work in the hearts of thousands, and even millions of Japanese people, that they might become a new generation of Christians and that Japan might become a missionary-sending nation!

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