A WORK of the Lord in Japan.
In 1967, on my way back to the USA after mission work in Japan, I stopped in various Asian countries to get a first-hand view of different ministries. One of them was in Calcutta, India, where I was privileged to visit Mother Theresa (below) and got a close-up look at her “ministry to the dying destitute”, who were lying on the streets, hungry, sick, and alone. (Below)
Mother Theresa and her associates ministered the love of Jesus by bringing the sick and dying from the streets to a rescue mission (above), giving them food and medication, together with love and the Word of God. Mother Theresa’s life of total dedication to Jesus and to others, was so powerful and consistent, that the world took notice, and recognized her publicly. She went to the Lord in 1997.
Today, CFN-Japan Bible School wishes to flow in that same river of life and grace that flows from the Throne of God, by training students to be living examples of God’s Word in our spiritually needy world. Please continue to pray for many students to enter the new school year in April.
Standing together with you looking to the Lord,
Charles and Dianne Gyurko
P.S. For all past “One-Liners”, see web site: www.cfnjapan.org