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Japan, Update
The DTS lecture phase is readily speeding by, and I have found that it can be difficult to take a breath. The month of October itself seems more like a passing dream than an actual period of time. November quickly approaches and with it the new year is looming just out of sight below the horizon.
My life here has been really enjoyable as of late. God has been working so much through and in the students. Not to mention, the Base Staff, who are dreaming about where God is taking us next. On top of that, the entire base has been placed in a position financially, that could mean massive growth, but require taking steps into the impossible. Not to mention, the things God is inviting us into are so much bigger than we are able to do, without him moving. Individually and as a community, we are having to step out into the unknown, in order to go where the Lord is leading next. This is very exciting and a bit terrifying. Please keep us in your prayers. I will be releasing more info as things develop in the next couple weeks.
On a related note, I was able to pay off all of my debts for Staff Fees and Language Fees, thanks to my parents. I am so grateful for the people whom God has sent to help me stay in this wonderful land.
This post is a bit short, but many things are in preparation for transition, and are still being worked through.
Also, another quick note. I am looking to be back in Alaska in March. I am not sure how long I will be there. Afterwards, I am looking to remain on Staff with YWAM Tokyo.
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Artist with a heart for Japan. Student at SPU. Blogger and Nomad. Formally with YWAM Tokyo. Portfolio @ arxyuki.com - Blog @ zeroe4.me

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