Saturday, June 1, 2019

Japan Harvest

Dear Partners for Japan,

Praise the Lord!  This month, we have still been focused on language study and are established in our weekly study routine. God has blessed us with great teachers and we’re so thankful for this opportunity to further our Japanese skills. Language study is our top priority right now.

The church is enjoying meeting in a nearby community center that is a hub for many local events including one of our Japanese classes. It is conveniently located near two main train stations. We are taking our weekly prayer meetings to the streets and beginning to pray at the city offices in each of the seven wards in Fukuoka. Believing that this will open up those areas to receive the light of the gospel. We have already seen a positive result from prayer in the first ward-Sawara Ward.

Please keep the saints in Hiroshima in prayer. We will be traveling there soon to visit and encourage them. God has great things for that city and we are already setting our eyes on a disciple there who will be able to lead the work in the future

AYC is coming to Okinawa in June! Though we will not be attending this year, we are keeping everyone in prayer and are eager to see great results from the time of God’s impacting these young lives in Japan.

General Conference in Nagoya was wonderful! There was a great sense of unity among the leaders and saints, which we know attracts the favor and blessing of God. Brother Joe Ellis and Brother Eli Hernandez ministered in the day and evening sessions. People were healed, filled with the Holy Ghost, and some were baptized in Jesus’ Name when they returned home. We are so blessed to be a part of the Japan United Pentecostal Church.

In a land where idolatry abounds, God has His church that is happily worshipping and serving the one true God. Each day, we are challenged by His call and trusting in His power to impact Japan. Please pray for the prefectures in Japan that are listed below. THANK YOU for praying and for giving so that we can continue to GO. Praying God's blessings on you and your families,

For the Japanese,
Les & Laura Clevenger

Japan's Prefectures (States)

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