A WORK of the Lord in Japan.
English missionary to China, India, and Africa, C.T. Studd (1860-1931) said, “Some people want to live within the sound of a chapel or church bell, but I want to set up a rescue shop within a yard of hell”. A “rescue shop” could be anywhere the Word of God could be shared, and rescue people through their faith in Jesus, “pulling them out of the fire” (Jude 23). Choices have eternal consequences..
A country church in Hokkaido A possible “rescue shop”
Christ For The Nations-Japan Bible School works together with local churches to bring the Good News of salvation to all men. The school receives people from churches, trains them to know and to live God’s Word, and sends them back strengthened and empowered in the Holy Spirit to share Jesus, by word and example, with people in all situations. Your prayer support for Staff, Teachers, and Students at CFN-Japan is essential.
Standing together with you looking to the Lord,
Charles and Dianne Gyurko