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FRONT PAGE  |  3/28/2020
SUNDAY, DEC 9, 2018  |  11 comments
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: ‘We’ll continue to tell your story'
And that refrain is all the more poignant this year given not only who was at the Pearl Harbor ceremony, but by who wasn’t there: No one who survived the bombing of the USS Arizona battleship was in the audience.

That’s a first — all five of the survivors weren’t healthy enough to travel — and a stark reminder that World War II veterans aren’t getting any younger.

With each passing year, their numbers dwindle.


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News Item12/10/18 7:19 AM
Youth in Asia | Asia  Find all comments by Youth in Asia
I love Japan and it's people. Even visited a Japanese church in Canada. I hope someday God would let me teach the Bible verse by verse to Japanese people. And I'm praying for a Chinese Christian to have a burden for Japanese people. So far, I have found none. Japan's inherent problem is their pornography that is deeply rooted into their society and culture, something many missionaries don't understand rarely rebuke it.

News Item12/10/18 4:27 AM
Dr. Tim | Land of Cotton  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
How would you know, Jim? When was the last time you shared the gospel with any Americans?

News Item12/10/18 2:06 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Neil wrote:
Japanese are enthusiastic and sentimental about Christmas while in the main, having no interest whatever in the Gospel....
They really have copied Americans a lot Most Americans have no interest in the Gospel either.

News Item12/9/18 11:42 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Japanese are enthusiastic and sentimental about Christmas while in the main, having no interest whatever in the Gospel.
As in other subjects (like statistical process control), we taught them well.

They toss coins into their shrine collection boxes and expect a blessing, sort of like a spiritual version of the many vending machines Japan is famous for.


News Item12/9/18 8:15 PM
Backwoods Duck Farmer | Mississippi  Find all comments by Backwoods Duck Farmer
As for Japan being a difficult mission field, I heard from Kevin Swanson (who's parents were missionaries to Japan) that because of the incredible economic recovery and subsequent prosperity of the post WW2 era, the Japanese became blinded in their materialism combined with centuries of deep rooted Shintoism. The Swanson family saw seven converts. Perhaps persecution is the best way to get the church going? It happened in China after all.

News Item12/9/18 7:14 PM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
Pearl Harbor was the tip of the iceberg when it comes to infamy. Google the Bataan Death March and what happened to US and Filipino POWs during the remainder of the war.

Those were MacArthur's men who were force marched, interned, starved, turned into slave labor, beaten, killed. He knew many of them personally for many years previous to the war. And the Lord used him to turn the Japanese nation around. Today there are a nbr of missionaries sharing the Gospel, although I've heard it's a difficult culture to evangelize for some reason.


News Item12/9/18 6:19 PM
NeedHim  Find all comments by NeedHim
Pretty cool True story, of a Japanese pilot, who helped bombed, Pearl Harbor, who gets saved, later on.


News Item12/9/18 2:32 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Well, you must go to a larger Church than I do, Timothy. We have one missionary family to Japan.

I wonder if this office is still kept the same way, thirty years after this article was written?

Margaret Shapiro wrote:
Dai-Ichi Mutual Life Insurance Co., one of the richest in the world, again occupies the gray building with the imposing pillars that served as general headquarters for the occupation forces from 1945-52. In 1945 Dai-Ichi was given one week to vacate the building. When the company finally returned seven years later, clerks and files moved back into every office, except one -- the sixth-floor room that MacArthur occupied.

"After all, isn't it a kind of historical monument?" Susumu Kaho, Dai-Ichi public relations vice president, said recently. "This room was witness to history." From there, for instance, came orders allowing Japanese workers to unionize for the first time, giving women the vote, purging thousands of ultranationalists and drafting a "no war" constitution that today remains firmly entrenched as the law of the land....

excerpt from: " Japan remembers MacArthur the perfect Shogun"


News Item12/9/18 7:58 AM
Dr. Tim | Land of Cotton  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
Not only did the form of government change, Jim, but Japan also opened up to missionary work. Our church currently supports three missionaries to Japan.

News Item12/9/18 7:48 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I'm happy to see that through the years our relationship with Japan has improved considerably👍 Thankfully, the government of Japan became less autocratic and more democratic after World War II (Day that will live in infamy.)


News Item12/9/18 3:47 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Tempus Fugit.
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