Thursday, March 26, 2009

A Nation in Peril

North Korea is set to launch their long range missile anytime between April 4-8, 2009

And, Japan is not sitting idly by. The government has authorized the military to shoot down any suspected ballistic missile when in reaches Japan's airspace. The former is threatening that any hostile act against its launch is an act of war and would respond accordingly.

"Wars and rumors of wars" were predicted by the Lord Jesus Christ. However, Christians are not to cower in fear because of these things, but to be assured of God's abiding presence by the Holy Spirit and the certainty that the hour of His Second Coming is drawing ever closer. Take it as an early warning device that tells you something is going to happen really soon. To be forewarned is to be forearmed, so to speak.

Whatever happens we are secure in God's hands. God sits on the throne and He is in full control of everything. We will continue to do the task He has called us to do and wait for His coming.

Hallelujah. Maranatha! (Even so come Lord Jesus!)

Tuesday, March 24, 2009


Japan wins big again at the World baseball Classic.


Cherry blossom trees are now showing their beautiful flowers. In two weeks time they'll be gone.
Enjoy them while they're there!


Happy nth birthday to Ampaithepin this week! Our sister in the Lord from Thailand is finishing her doctoral dissertation this year. Please pray for her success.

Saturday, March 21, 2009

Up-coming Events

@Assembly Kyoto Church

March 22 - Worship Seminar (Part 1)
29 - Extended Worship & Prayer Service

April 5 -
Worship Seminar (Part 2)
11 - Children Spring Party & Easter Egg Hunt(with Special Music by a Japanese Christian Artist)
12 - International Service Easter Fellowship
25 - Gospel Choir Concert (with Special Performers from Australia)

Wednesday, March 11, 2009


To the Mills family

We held the Sayonara Fellowship for the family last March 1st. Many of the couple's former students came and graced the occasion. Friends and other members of the church were also in attendance.

[REQUEST: I would like to solicit some photos that were taken on that day. My computer lost everything when I uploaded it to Picasa. I probably made a mistake in the process while deleting the original from my digital camera.]

Tony and Ka Min Mills spent a total of fifteen years in Japan. They had ministry experiences spanning from Tokyo, Kyoto and Kyushu. They have two sons: John (14) and David (9).

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Good News!

To all foreign residents in Japan

Please check this link to find out:

Please tell me your comments later.:)