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Urgent Request from CRASH Japan

Thank you for all your prayers and concerns for Japan.

Recent Typhoon number 18, aptly named Etau, dumped record setting rainfall on an already soggy Japan. Currently there are 3 dead, 23 missing, and thousands of people evacuated from their homes. There is not yet a count for number of homes destroyed or damaged.

In times of disaster, when human life and way of life are threatened, people’s coping mechanisms can be overwhelmed. A trained caregiver on the scene early in the trauma can help mitigate the long term effects by being present and available.
CRASH Japan seeks to serve the Japanese community by offering Christian Relief, Assistance, Support and Hope in times of Disaster. Our basic approach is to support the local church, sending assessment teams, mobilizing volunteers, and providing training in emotional and spiritual care, as well as sending trained caregivers.

If you can partner with us financially at this time, please send your donations to us:

Click here for all financial support methods

Thank you.

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Photos from the planning of a seminar where one can learn the flow of disaster relief - establishment of relief bases when a disaster occurs, coordination of volunteer activities, actual on-site work, and development of regional church networks during "peacetime". The team of instructors will include experienced staff from JIFH and Operation Blessing Japan. The first seminar is scheduled for July. Today I received valuable advice from the JEA Aid Coordinating Chair and regional network leaders.
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4 weeks ago  ·  

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活動には「忍耐と根気 」が必要であること、地域の教会が集まり、毎年追悼コンサートを企画、実施しておられることをお語りくださいました。賛美ゲストは横山大輔・和子夫妻でした。A monthly meeting to pray for survivors
was held on April 11th. Rev. Tatsuo Nakazawa in Sendai shared his relief work with us. Toshio Nagai
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1 month ago  ·  

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今日は東京も冬に戻った天候でしたが、新年度最初のスタッフ会議を東久留米のオフィスにて。2019年度も新スタッフや協力スタッフと共に、様々な支援活動を続けさせて頂きます。お祈りとご支援を宜しくお願い致します。 ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago  ·  

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