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Prayers for Japan
Volume 114, Program 65
2/5/2013
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Want to know how you can help homeschoolers in Japan? Church and Home Educators Association of Japan founder and president Hiro Inaba shares prayer needs from Japanese homeschoolers with host Mike Smith, today on Home School Heartbeat.

Mike Smith: While all of us may have different needs, prayer is one thing everyone can use. What are some ways our listeners can pray for homeschoolers in Japan, Hiro?

Hiro Inaba: Please pray for the homeschooling movements and that they will become effective tools to foster spiritual movements in Japan. Please also pray for Chea Japan, so that we can reach and serve more and more Japanese people in the country. Also to help walk with the homeschooling families as they live on faith with Christ Jesus. Please pray for Chea Japan’s staff people and members. One of our homeschoolers recently lost their father by a traffic accident. Some of the homeschooling fathers of Chea Japan have cancer. Lastly, please pray for my family, especially for my wonderful wife Wendy. Like other homeschooling moms, she works very hard to raise our children and to support me. Thank you so much for your prayers and thank you, Mike.

Mike: Well, Hiro, thank you for who you are and what you’ve meant to homeschooling in Japan, and thank you for taking the time this week to share with us about that. And, Hiro, we hope that in the future we can have you back. And, until next time, I’m Mike Smith.


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