The last CPI Regional Equipping Seminar held throughout 2006 and into this spring was held last week. John conducted some training on Clarifying your Ministry Core Values. Another seminar was on Personal and Church-based Evangelism. Over this period, CPI has had eight regional seminars, in 5 regions of Japan, covering 9 different training topics, equipping 132 missionaries and 105 Japanese (44% of the total). This does not include the over 100 who were involved in…
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Thoughts around Mother’s Day Over the last few years I have been praying that God would break my heart with the things that break His heart. Out of this prayer has come a burden for missionary women and Japanese pastors’ wives. In Japan, the stresses of culture and ministry can be extreme. We estimate that a large percentage (perhaps 80 %) of women missionaries and pastor’s wives, struggle with exhaustion, discouragement, and/or