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CENTRAL JAPAN CHRISTIAN MISSION

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Japan Address

Campus Ministry

Mrs. Mary Lou Bauer

Mr. 8f Mrs. Paul Pratt

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Pratt

2^*0 West Elbert St.,

1210 Kamikasuya,

3'*0-5 Negishi,

Indianapolis, Ind.

Isehara City, Japan

Machida City, Tokyo

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March, 19Sj>: Vol. XXVI, No. I.

Dear friends,

January 15th is Adult Day in our adopted land.


become 20 during the year.
make their own decisions.

It is the time of celebrating for all who-

They are then permitted to vote and are supposedly permitted to


MIYUKI YAMAGUCHI is a fine Christian nurse.

She came to the church

bringing three of her friends whom she wanted to introduce to Christians.


Speaking of maturing, everyone is challenged at seeing spiritual
growth. God has used various persons and means to lead MARIKO TERADA and
help her grow. She received a tract from the K.E.A.* distribution at Obi-

rin Junior High one year ago.

Right away she began taking our correspon-9BflH||pi[|^^

dence course, entered Mark's 8th grade Bible course at school and started
attending the Machida Church. Leaders at Shinshu 'English 8c Music^ Camp

helped her to reach a decision and she was baptized at Isehara, Sept. 5th.
At present, serving at Machida, she is mature beyond her years.
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A LIVING MEMORIAL GIFT was presented to our work by BILL AND BARBARA KELLY in memory of her father, VERNON A. CREIGHTON, of Indianapolis,

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The Kellys are serving faithfully at the NORTHWAY CHURCH, South Bend,

Ind. Barbara and Kathleen attended C.B.S. at the same time.

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A few years ago I was surprised to see a T.V. set being used in a
school. Well, our church bought one. We have assembled quite a library

of video tapes and without moving into our living room, the S.S.

child

ren (or adults) can see the movie we scheduled. "David 8c Goliath" ini
tiated the new set on February 6th.
MARK AND LYNN and the kiddies are presently in the States on fur
lough. After one semester of spiritual refreshment under Dr. Cottrell
at C.B.C. Graduate School, they have been called to Kentucky Christian
College as that school's first 'On Campus Missionary'. I guess the kids,
too, have made new friends there. Gifts and letters to them should be
Miyuki and friend

addressed. Campus Ministry, c/o R.L. COYLE, 3357 Tallahassee Dr., Cin

cinnati, Ohio, 45239. LYDIA (Pratt) and RICK are new forwarding agents.

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Mark

Lynn

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photo- courtesy Olin Mills

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Mariko
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* Kanto Evangelizing Ass'n.

Terada

When Mark returned Stateside, I inherited two of his classes at Obirin College.
a Bible Seminar for 50 freshmen.

Our text was "More Than A Carpenter"

One was

by Josh McDowell.

At

the close of the course I took a survey. Of thfe 42 who answered the survey, 29 agreed with
McDowell that Jesus was God.

Six of the remaining ones said they did not know and six other

persons said they didn't believe but that the study had caused them to think more deeply
God than they ever

had before.

Attention please! If you


PLANT. We have been advised
flower lives, so the sickness
ever, when I bought mine, the

of

Pray for each of these young people.

are making a hospital call in Japan, PLEASE DO NOT GIVE A POTTED


that "older folks have the superstition that as the root of the
of the person visited may continue as a rooted sickness." How
flower lady agreed with me that "surely a young 33 year old Chris

tian man would not hold such a fear". We were right, but I had forgotten about the 64 year old
Shinto Priest^ an acquaintance of mine, who occupied one of the six beds in that ward. So, to
keep peace in the ward, my patient sent the 'mums' home for his wife and child to enjoy. Have
you considered recently what it means to be "set free by Christ"?

On January 2nd we had our second Engagement' Ceremony in Japan. Sachiko Hashimoto, who is
set to graduate from Osaka Bible Seminary this spring was engaged to Rodney Friese. Sachiko's

mother has attended church on occasion, but most! of her relatives and 20 other guests were in
the church for their first time. So, this, too, was an important pre-evangelism opportunity.
Thetwo'will be married at "the Reformed Church ih Slayton, Minn, on June 5th this year. He is
a farmer and their address will be lona, Minn.

Probably you did not know that overseas missionaries receive the Lookout, the Christian

Standard, Horizons and the Restoration Herald free of charge. We certainly do appreciate such
gifts coming into our home regularly. Of course Horizons is basically a missions Journal, but
here of late we have been pleased to note each of the other periodicals including articles of
'world evangelism'. And we all have one important thing in common, wherever we are in this
world. As Bob Russell reiterated recently, "the continuing need is for trained leaders in the

churches." We pray that our Japanese church is miking headway in this direction.
I believe that we are taking a big step here in the Tokyo area.

For the first time in

many years we have Joint efforts toward establishing a church. Three "Timothys" have gone out
from the little Arakawa Church. One of these Keichi Suzuki returned to be it's minister. With
the third man graduating this spring the Bill Tuifners begin the new church at Kotesashi. Akira

Ishii is the minister and the Tokyo Churches will work together to provide his support.

The

Arakawa Church will serve as the central office. ^ Pray this is the beginning of greater things.
Our Prayer List ^ The Machida property is not completely registered yet ^ Pray for
Mark and Lynn, their plans to return, continuing growth in the Machida Church - Spring
Evangelism, March 26th, 27th - Junior High-High School Camp, March 28th-31 at Shinshu
Camp -

Pray for the new church venture, the Turners

outreach of Kanto Evangelizing Association

8f Akira Ishii at Kotesashi

The

pray for your Japan Missionaries at a time

when the dollar's val-ue is-decreasing - -For us to be able to grasp every opportunity.'

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The people which sat in darkness saw great light;..." Matt. ^4:16
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Japan Address

Mrs. Mary Lou Bauer

Mr. 8( Mrs. Paul S. Pratt

c/o Mr. R.L. Coyle, Fwd. Secy.

2^0 West Elbert St.,

1210 Kamikasuya,
Isehara City,

3357 Tallahassee Dr.,


Cincinnati, Ohio,

Kanagawa Ken, 259-11. Japan


Tel. (0'463) 95-1019

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Indianapolis, Indiana,

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June, 193; Vol. XXVII, No. 2.

C.J.C.M. Staff

Co-directors
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Pratt
Mr. & Mrs. Mark Pratt

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Dear friends,
Since our last report, four persons have successfully completed the
They are Hitoshi Nishiyama, a salaryman of

(Campus Ministry) Bible Correspondence Course.


Forwarding Sec'y.
Mrs. Mary Lou Bauer

Mr. & Mrs. R.L. Coyle

(Campus Ministry)
Recording Sec'y

Mrs. Polly Wilkinson


Trustees
Harold Akers

Harry Bauer
Roger Burnham
Ernie Wilkinson
Sannobara Ch. of Christ

Isehara, Japan
Representative
Paul S, Pratt
Trustees

Yuichi Nakagawa
Mark F. Pratt
Tadashi Sato

Numazu City, Miss Toshiko Ota, an office worker from Onga Cho (Hideto Yoshii's work). Miss Mariko Terada, an eighth grader from the Machida Church,
and Miss Aki Miyamura, a high school senior from Irumagawa City. All ex
cept Aki have become Christians. She has professed her faith and is ready
to complete her obedience. Praise the Lord for these victories.
Rejoice with us and with Mary Joyce. She graduated from the Univer
sity of Southern California on May IJth with a Masters degree in Occupation
al Therapy. Neither Kathleen nor I had ever witnessed the graduation cere
monies of any of our kids from college though the four of them have receiv
ed eight degrees and certificates. So Kathleen returned for the big day.
She met professors and friends who have helped her to get scholarships and
loans in order to complete her studies. One of them stated that "As an
occupational therapist, she will make a major contribution to that profes
sion". Special thanks are due to Jim and Marion Karsgens who have kindly
taken Joyce in as their own daughter.

As of this writing, we are expecting Mark and Lynn and kiddies back in

Yukiya Shimokawa

Japan during the latter part of July.

Takeshi Takahashi

Machida Church have shown for some time that 'their necks are extended in

The faithful churchmembers at

the

Katsumi Yamazaki

anticipation of their return*.

They have written almost weekly.

Congratulations are in order, too, for Penny Boggs who has been serv

ing at Machida during Mark and Lynn's absence. Penny was chosen as one of

the Outstanding Young Women of America for 1982.

Congratulations, Penny.

And, we understand that she is doing very well in mastering the language.
Kathleen and I have always been thankful for the opportunities to

reach college young people.

Right now, together, we contact 250 of

them

each week besides the 1200 others I am able to speak to in chapel sessions
two or three times a year. Eighty-nine of these are enrolled in my Bible

Seminar in which we are studying Josh McDowell's book, "More Than A Car

penter". Be in prayer, too, for Stephen Fleenor's English Bible Camp to


be held July 28-31 for students of two colleges. Steve is also filling in
at Obirin Junior College.

Pray for his Bible Class here.

The Ono Church of Christ, established by Harold and Leone Cole will be

hosts to the All-Japan Christian Convention at the Port-O-Pia Hotel in

Mary Joyce,

May 13, 1983

Kobe, July 22-24. Special guests for the English-speaking Convention to


follow (July 24-26) will be Sherman V. and Joyce Nichols, presently serv
ing at the Central Christian Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Sher
man's general topic will be "Problems That Plague The Saints". 'Sherm'
and Joyce will also bring greetings to Fujiyoshida City from the mayor of
Colorado Springs which is it's sister city. The mayor of Fujiyoshida is
arranging a big welcome for them during their exchange visit.
Jesus declared that "The Son of Man is come to seek and to save that

which was lost". (Luke 19:10) We can identify with His task. We are making ourselves avail
able to those who are troubled, to those who have troubled children, who unwittingly hinder

their children's searching, or who are seeking fpr something, they know not what.

Can you

imagine a brain surgeon being told by an elderly'lady that his teen-age daughter must be given
adequate treatment right away or she would die? It is a psychological problem brought on by
home and community pressures and neither father nor mother would admit a problem. Yet, their
daughter was withdrawing herself and withering away. We are trying to show them that love is
the answer; that love must be applied along with discipline in the home.

What a very powerful

medicine is love.

Speaking of love, Ruth Yamazaki was a minister's daughter who attended Obirin College a
few years ago. She had gone into welfare studies and was observing physio-therapy treatments
in the Philipines. While she was swimming one day she rushed to the aid of two persons who
were in danger of drowning, and saved them both. In the process she lost her own life.
As
former enemies, the Philipinos now know the truth of Jesus' words "greater love hath no man
than this that a man lay down his life for his friend". We are hoping that the Philipine
lady sitting next to Kathleen on the plane heard the story, too. For she spoke of her inabil

ity to get rid of a terrible hatred for the Japanese. Again, love triumphs over hate.
Just about ten of our missionaries in Japan minister regularly to congregations. The Sannobara Church where we minister has a budget of some $10,000.
One fifth of that amount goes
to~our~missi"unary'iTi~Thailand, Osaka Bible Seminary and to the New Church effort being put forth in the Tokorozawa area. They have also taken over responsibility for part of my salary
as well. Pray for their vision and outreach to expand.

All of you remember Sarah Burney who ser


ved both at Machida and at Isehara when each of

our families took furloughs. Sarah and her


husband, Geof Acker are beginning right now to

make plans to come to work in Japan.

In fact
we are hoping that they can arrive by Christmas

so that we can take at least a three-month

furlough. They will supply for us. They have


been living and working in Ontario.
We com
mend them to you and to all the churches as
worthy of your support. We all have been pray
ing "the Lord of the harvest that he will send
forth laborers into his harvest".

He is

now

moving them to come and answer that prayer.


They now have one son, John, who is just one
year old. Write and give them your encourage
ment.

Their address is 23 May Street, Beams-

ville, Ontario, Canada, LOR IBO.


Sarah 8t Geof with English Students

in-Isehara, 1980-

Central Japan Christian Mission

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September, 1983; Vol. XXVIl, No. 3


Dear friends.

Summer vacation at Obirin College doesn't come till the last of July.

the Bible Seminar (89 freshmen).

Once again we got good responses

from

Josh McDowell's "More Than A Carpenter" was our text. Sixty persons answered the

survey. ^ believe that Jesus is God's Son; 6 of these came ^ believe thru the course; 1_ thinks of Jesus as just
a carpenter;

others ^ not know yet what to believe;

1^ claim that the study made them think deeply about God.

Pray for Mark as he will be taking over the course in September.

Speaking of Hark, he and Lynn and the chiIdren arrived safely back in Japan on July 22nd. With the All-Japan
Convention beginning that day, we just had to welcome them at the airport before leaving. Needless to say, we were
overjoyed, too, to have three 'foreign* children in Sannobara's Vacation Bible School a few days later.

We arrived at the Convention just in time for Hideko Domen'a special music.

She was the main soloist this year.

Some of you remember her disc record "His Eye Is On The Sparrow". She now has a cassette available with three Eng
lish songs along with nine in Japanese.

It is titled, "The Lord Is My Light".

Harold Akers, ^*115 W.Washington St., South Bend, Ind. ^66l9

Interested persons should contact

Hideko came from Okinawa to live with us in 1965*

In

an interview with Everett WilsonT^'Enabled Though Disabled', CHRISITAN STANDARD, Aug. 7, 1983) Carma Hesserli tells
us that often people shy away from those with physical handicaps because they see the wheelchair, cane etc., before
they see the person. In answering Mr. Wilson's question, "How can Christians overcome these attitudes?", Carma
tells us that we should simply "Get to know someone who is disabled". Getting to know Hideko was a venture of faith
that became a blessing to our family. And, during that time she, herself met Tetsuo Domen, a handsome, intelligent
and sincere Christian whom she married.

voice.

They now have five children and she serves the Lord with her beautiful

We are happy to learn of the developing of

various ministries to and for the handicapped in our churches.

It was annonunced at the convention that Susumu Kojima, who also lived with us for a time,

was chosen by the

Industrial Bank of Japan to be it's Chief Representative at it's new office to be opened in Washington, D.C. Since
he has an assignment for four years, his wife and two sons will join him there.

Congratulations! Susumul

Believe it or not, this year's convention was held at precisely the same spot at which our ship, Canada Hail

moored when we arrived in Kobe, August 13, 1958.


island.
more.

The city moved a mountain into the center of the harbor to form an

It is large enough to contain piers, warehouses, several hotels, apartments, an amusement park and so much

Of course there is a bridge and highway and public transportation in the form of a monorail.

Sherman and Joyce Nichols made the trip all the way from Colorado Springs, Col. to lead us in our Missionary
Convention at the Youth Hostel in Nara. And they certainly filled the bill with the needed challenge to us and en

couragement as well.

In addition, we were brought up to date on recent Stateside humor.

Then, Sherman and Joyce returned to Kanto with us to assist in Stephen Fleenor's College-age English Bible Camp,

preach at the Sannobara Church and then for the Tokyo Area Fifth Sunday Rally at Kinuta Park.

In the meantime, with

Colorado Springs and Fujiyoshida as sister cities, the four of us spent July 28th at the latter city as guests of
His Honor Manno Watanabe, the Mayor.

Kathleen and I have known we were 'Ambassadors for the King of Kings'

this is one time we were made to feel we were entertained royally.

Sherm, preaching,
Motoyuki Nomura interpreting

The 3^th Assembly of Japan Missionaries


at Youth Hostel, Nara, July 24-26, 1983

but

We recently read in the Christian Standard (July 3* 1983) of the passing of Mildred Weishimer Phillips*

Kathleen recalls that she was a counsellor at the first Christian Serrice

Camp she attended.

It was soon after she had made her committment to Christ.

Kathleen says,

"Miss Welshimer was a kind and wise counsellor and advised me to go to Bible College at C.B.S.
As you well know, I did and that is where I met Paul and then it all began. So, I was one of
those mentioned by Dr. Fred Thompson in the editorial for whom she 'took the time to talk with

individually about their life plans.... '.

Hew marvelous is the providence of God."

We salute Mr. Howard Harris, Forwarding Agent for Ben Hirotaka, and retired, who came to

the field to supply for Ben while he was on furlough.

What sacrifice and dedication, what

spirit of adventurell His granddaughter, Belinda, graduated from high school and came to tour
and visit with him. She visited in our home for a few days. Other recent visitors were Mil
ton and Barbara Jones and son Eric.

God has answered their prayers by healing Eric of leuke

mia, permitting them to return to Japan after more then six years absence. They are encourag
ed by invitations to "come back to Sendai", now a city or more than a million population. Pray
for them and for Brother Shimada who is ministering to the Asahiga Oka Church there,
THINGS TO PRAY ABOUT:

Pray for Sara and Goeff Acker who plan to come soon after Christmas - for Alfred and
Rhonda Juve, new missionaries who will work with the Maxeys - for the Jones family's new start
-For possibilities to open up for new evangelism at Hatsuda, Shibusawa, Fujisawa or possi
bly at Fu.jiyoshida where we visited - for Mark and Lynn's third term - for our planned four

month furlough r"Christmas thru mid-April) - "finally, brethren, pray for us that the word of
the Lord may spread rapidly and be glorified,..." (IIThess. 3^1)
WE ARE NOW SCHEDULING DATES FOR OUR FOUR-MDNTH FURK)UGH.

vious that we cannot get around to the thirty or


And we expect to be visiting with the family and
day. We will be contacting you, but it would be
write suggesting .a date to us. Write AIRMAIL to

In such a short time it is ob

more churches who have been providing for us.


resting a bit till after the New Year's holi
helpful if you in the churches could please
Japan through the end of November. After that

contact us c/o Mary Lou Bauer, 2^0 W. Elbert St., Indianapolis, Ind. ^6217.
Live while you live, the epicure would say.
And seize the pleasures of the perfect day.

Live while you may, the sacred preacher cries.


And give to God each moment as it flies.
Lord in my view let faith uniced be,
I live in pleasure while I live to Thee.
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Matt. U:16

Campus Ministry (Mark & Lynn Pratt)


c/o Mr. & Mrs. R.L. Coyle

Mrs. Mary Lou Bauer

Mr. & Mrs. Paul S. Pratt

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Thanksgiving - Christmas, I985

Dear friends,

Let all the peoples praise thee, 0 God;


let all the peoples praise thee!
The earth has yielded its increase;
God, our God, has blessed us.
God has blessed us;

let all the ends of the earth fear him! (Psalms 67:5-7)

As of this autumn, missionaries of the Restoration Movement have been serving in Japan

for 100 years. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Gharst and Mr. and Mrs. George T. Smith arrived
October l8th, 18*^3.

on

Prior to that in l875 the Bethel Christian Church, forty miles from Brush Run, Pa. estab
lished the Christian Chapel at Alexandria, Fa. The name of the town was later changed to
Vanderbilt. W.D. Cunningham was a member of the mother church and my^ grandmother, Kathryn
Pratt was a charter member of the infant church. W.D. and Emily Cunningham arrived in Japan
on September 12, I9OI. I was born at Vanderbilt on that date just 23 years later.

After an

other 3^ years Kathleen and _I arrived in Japan on August 13, I938. So we have had the privi

lege of being a part of the last quarter century of that 100 year history.
at Vanderbilt has faithfully stood behind us for that entire period.

And my home church

Of course we now look forward to the next century. There are more than 6,000,000 people
living in Kanagawa Prefecture. Yet we have only ;yiree churches witnessing to all that multi-

tnde.

We look forward with your continued help to reaching these unreached.

We are thankful for..

... each one of you who have prayed faithfully for our labors and for God's abundant
answer to our prayers.

...

Ippei Watanabe's recent baptism which makes another family united in Christ at

Sannobara.

... Mariko Terada who recently completed her second Bible correspondence course and for
new prospects as a result of the course.

Mariko is from the Machida Church where Mark works.

... the zeal of our young people in translating Brother Robert Fuckett's "Personal Chris
tian Renewal" which has become a challange to the whole church.

... those same young people who are studying the Restoration Movement and are making an
honest effort at translating J.D. Murch's "Christians Only" into Japanese.
... the presence of our son Mark and his wife Lynn to work beside us in this needy field.
... fellow-missionaries and Japanese brethren with whom we have conducted mass literature

evangelism and Christian youth camps.

the arrival of new workers on the field and the prospect of more to come.

... having had opportunities to fellowship with various non-instrumental brethren.

... the George Williamses of Bangor, Michigan who have already volunteered the use of
their I98O Citation for our furlough use.
our children in the States who are awaiting our return and for all of you who have
already written to tell us that 'the latch string is out*at your place.
Gleam of Dawn...Light of Day, a devotional book published recently by Japan Missionar

ies is now available. It can be purchased from your Christian book store. Mission Services,
who printed it has listed it at S5-00. Mailing it to you costs $1.30 extra. Their address
is P.O. Box 2^27, Knoxville, Tenn., 37901.

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easons
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EMMA^IUEL!
AHl CAN IT BE THAt GOD CAME DOWN
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TO DWELL WITH US SO LONG AGO?

WE DID NOT KNOW.

OUR LONELINESS, HpART*S DEEPEST PAINS,

TinS_WEIGHT OF SllfJ _WE_CAraOT BEAR

HE CAMS TO Sh|rE.
AND HIS ABIDING PUCE WILL BE
WHEREVER HUMBLE HEART AND HOME

WILL MAKE HIM ROOM.

SO GREAT THE LOVE HE HAD FOR US,


HE GLADLY LEFT HIS GLORY HOME.

YEA, LORD, WE I COME


WITH JOYFUL, OPEN HEARTS TODAY

TO WELCOME THEE. 0 SHOUT, AND SING

HIS NAME, our:KING


EMMANUEL!

GOD DWILLS WITH US!


BY Vivian Lemmon

Central Japan Christian Mission

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