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Dear Family and Friends
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A warm word of “Greetings” once again!
WORD
“…and God SAID, ‘Let there be light’”  (Gen. 1:3)
WISDOM
God “SPOKE” seven times at creation, even before there was an audience of man to hear! Through hearing and believing His Living Word, Jesus, we became a new creation in the Spirit. Now He has put His words IN OUR MOUTHS that we might share the Good News, and invite all men into His Kingdom.  Despite persecution, early church believers “spoke the Word with boldness (cheerful courage)”.  (Acts 4:31)   Now it’s our turn.
 
WIT
The man boasted that he and his wife NEVER ARGUED!  When asked what the secret was, he said, “It’s simple, just 2 vacations a year! First I go away by myself for 6 months, then when I return, she goes away for 6 months.  We never argue!” 
WHOLE IN ONE
“Enjoying Haiku Insight-Out”
Each wave hits the shore,
Moves up the beach, then recedes,
Like generations.
Unpublished Work
Copyright © 2008 by Charles Gyurko
A WORK of the Lord in Japan.
 
A key person needed in multi-cultural situations is an Interpreter. The Lord has blessed CFN-Japan with many Guest Speakers, as well as with a highly qualified interpreter, Rev. Gerald Goodall (shown above with his wife, Akemi-san). Born in New Zealand, he came to Japan with his missionary parents at the age of 2. Speaking English at home and attending Japanese schools, he learned both languages perfectly. 

 
Shown above, he interprets for Rev. Adam McCain at a Youth For The Nations rally at CFN-Japan, attended by many young people from Hokkaido. In the group are two of his sons, Ray and Skye. Ray is scheduled to attend Christ For The Nations (Dallas, Texas) later this year.  
 
Standing together you with saying “Yes wa Shu” (with interpretation “Jesus is Lord ”)
 
Charles and Dianne Gyurko

 
 
    
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