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Monday Prayer Meeting

Posted on Wednesday, October 21st 2009 by Machiko in General

Every Monday, Board Member Goro Obara and his wife Sumiko faithfully come to pray at the Haleola House in Honolulu. Often, our neighbor, Ayako Fujimoto and a few others will join them in prayer. Whenever Rev. Nakano and Meiko are in Hawaii, the prayer meeting becomes a special time of encouragement and fellowship.

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Rev. & Mrs. Shimada with the Nakanos

San Lorenzo JCC's Anniversary

Posted on Wednesday, October 21st 2009 by Machiko in General

Rev. and Mrs. Nakano and their daughter, Sayaka attended San Lorenzo Japanese Christian Church's 70th Anniversary celebration in San Leandro, California during the summer of 2009. Rev. Nakano preached there and they were also reunited with many old friends. Rev. Nakano pastored at San Lorenzo from 1973-1980.

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Meiko's Sanbi Hula Ministry

Posted on Wednesday, October 21st 2009 by Machiko in General

My mother, Meiko Nakano, has been teaching others to worship our Lord God through a Sanbi Hula Ministry. Together with Minako Tokumoto, she has been traveling throughout Japan to encourage other ministries, hold workshops, reach out to women, and of course dance. Here are some pictures from the summer of 2009 of the various Hula Ministries and their dancing in honor of God.

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Rev. Nakano's 70th Birthday

Posted on Wednesday, October 21st 2009 by Machiko in General

Rev. Nakano celebrated his 70th Birthday in July 2009. His wife and children secretly planned a special birthday party at 3660 On the Rise and invited many of his friends and long-time partners in ministry. Although I'm sure many more would have liked to have been there too, here are some pictures of Rev. Nakano's surprised, teary-eyed face and the good times we had together at his party.

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Ririko recording the message from MD to MP3

New Messages Posted by Ririko!

Posted on Monday, June 8th 2009 by Techiniku in General

We are lucky to have Ririko post the KZOO messages to the website. When you see her say a quick "Thank you" to her.

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