It’s been a long time, but some of you may remember a series of posts by Yuki-Anne, a missionary in Japan. An anime fan and a terrific writer to boot, she last wrote a piece for us after the Tohoku earthquake last year. Yuki-Anne has continued to be busy with her mission work, but she’s… Read More Yuki-Anne in Japan: Updates in Missions and Marriage!
One old man I talked to had been trapped for three days in the top floor of the Sendai Airport. I was glad to meet him, because I remembered seeing that airport on the news and praying for the people trapped inside. From time to time, missionary (and avid anime fan), Yuki-Anne, gives us an… Read More Yuki-Anne in Japan: Call for Support
I’ve been blessed to have featured the words of two wonderful missionaries to Japan here on the blog. Yuki-Anne has reflected on her first days in Japan, as well as on the days following the last Spring’s devastating earthquake. Michelle Mikoski has spent time in Japan as a missionary with her husband and two young… Read More Japanese Missions: Catching Up with Yuki-Anne and the Mikoskis
Yuki-Anne, a guest blogger here on Beneath the Tangles, is a missionary in Japan (read her previous entry here). She was there last week when the devastating earthquakes struck the country. So there I was, clinging to the door frame, praying, “God, please make it stop, please protect us, please make it stop, please protect… Read More Yuki-Anne in Japan: Only Hope
An intent of this blog is to bring two polarizing ideas, anime and Christian spirituality, together. Of course, it’s not surprising that these two topics have little surface relationship to each other, as Japan has only a small Christian population. That said, I think it’s worth exploring the convergence of Christianity and Japanese society, religion… Read More Yuki-Anne in Japan: Introduction and Arrival