November Prayer Letter

Hi Everyone,

Thank you for your prayers during October!  In between English classes and other ministries, I was able to get away for a few days to attend the Global Partners Asia Area Retreat.  It was a great time of worship, prayer, fellowship and fun with fellow missionaries who work in various parts of Asia. I came back feeling refreshed and with a new perspective on my ministry here in Japan.  I’m really thankful I had the opporunity to attend.

The end of the year is shaping up to be a busy time of ministry for me.  Please pray with me for the following:

1. This coming Sunday (11/4) I’m preaching at a church in Yokohama. This will be my first time doing a Sunday morning sermon in Japanese! It’s an outreach service too, so please pray for any non-believers in attendance.

2. The following Sunday (11/11) I’m scheduled for my monthly ministry at Shizuoka Church, where I’ll be teaching English and the Bible to teens.

3. On November 17, we have a special outing for my English students. We’ll be visiting a big park for some hiking and to see the fall colours.  Please pray that through this, deeper relationships will be built.

4. On November 24, I’ve got youth group at Nagoya-Higashi Church.

5. On November 25, we’re having an English Club “Thanksgiving Party” outreach event.

6. I’d also really appreciate your prayers as I plan for the new year. It looks like there will be some new challenges and opporunities to take on. Please pray for God’s direction and for clearer vision as my ministry in Japan continues to evolve.

Thank you for being a part of our ministry here in Japan!  Your prayers and support mean more to me than you can imagine!

Blessings,

– Robin

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