Morning Watch and Prayer Meeting: every Sunday morning at Compton’s Rm. 6.
2.Compton Coworkers Coordination
Meeting: will be on Sat.
Apr. 16, , located in upper room of gym. All fellowship, small group
leaders and coworkers must attend. Lunch will be provided.
will be on Sun. Apr. 17
before Worship Service at . Welcome to invite friends to come.
Friday Service: is on
Fri. April 22, at Mason.Both Mason
and Compton Chinese will be a combined meeting to remember Jesus’ sacrifice
on the cross. You’re welcome to attend, children’s
ministry will have a special meeting at the same time. Nursery is provided.
Day (Easter) Combined Service: will be on Sun. 4/24, at Compton.
Both Compton and ANC combined meeting. Welcome to invite your friend to
attend to celebrate Jesus Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection.
6.Love Feast: will
be on Sun. Apr. 24 after Worship service. Thanks to those Anderson Fellowship
responsible for food preparation and for Cantonese Fellowship for setting and
cleaning up. Welcome to stay and enjoy the fellowship in the Lord.
7.Combined Prayer Meeting: will
be on Wed. Apr. 27,
Bros and Sis are welcome to attend.
8.Spring Clean-up: the
annual clean up will be on Sat. Apr. 30, . Bros. and Sis. plan ahead
Disaster Relief: Please
write your checks to the LexingtonJapaneseChurch and in the memo section write, “Disaster
Relief” address: Louisville JCF and Lexington JC c/o Makoto Shiga, 11212Arbor Wood Dr.Louisville, KY40299. Donations can lessen taxes. May God
remember your actions.
10.2011 Children’s Summer Musical: a singing and acting
try-out will be on April 29, welcome the kids to participate. For further
details contact Sis. Jean Wu.
“Your troop will be willing on your day of battle. Arrayed in holy
The recent powerful earthquake in Japan caused the Fukushima nuclear power plant to have a fallout
that threatens the whole world. First,
the 9.0 magnitude earthquake shut down all nuclear reactors in the plant and
wiped out all of the emergency-cooling systems.Second, the enormous damage done to the
cores of three reactors prevented the neutralized rods to be inserted into
the reactors to reduce the reaction. Third, one hour later, a 14-meter high
tsunami crashed over the 6-meter wall and swiped all generators out, leaving
no power for the plants to pump water into the reactors.The temperature rose
immediately causing hydrogen gas explosions and melted the fuel rods.
Finally, the government ordered the flushing of the reactors with seawater. Afterwards
people were needed to enter the power plant and clean it up.The electrical company paid twenty times
the normal salary for workers to do the work, it was like a suicide squad,
but only a few were willing.
situation, members of the FukushimaDaiichiSeishoBaptistChurch have been working as part of the emergency team
at the nuclear plant. One of the members was so scared and ran away from the
site.Later he was touched by the
Gospel and became a Christian.He returned
to the plant with a smile and Bible in hand; with conviction he began to
share the Gospel with his co-workers. Some
asked him why was he not afraid now?He answered that he was prepared to face death and there was nothing else
to fear anymore.Their team leader Mr.
Eaton was a leader of the church. Being choked up when he mentioned many of
his church friends were missing or dead, he tried his best to call the rest
together to have meeting.He said: “From
now on Fukushima will never be the same. My prayer is that they
would not give in to fear. That they
will find their source of strength, in the only strength powerful enough for
a time like this; that is to have strength in Christ.”
disasters do happen; it depends on how people react to it. If we can hold on to
our faith and believe, even in the worst situations, God still is Provident
and offers His salvation, then can we live without fear.