Time Travel To Tokyo

23 05 2011

After leaving Orlando at 7am on Sunday and going 3 hours back to Los Angeles and then going another 16 hours forward to Tokyo, we landed at Narita International Airport at 4:45pm on Monday.

All of our flights were smooth and we warmly greeted by the local Navigator hosts. From there we traveled by rail, making a train change at the Shinjuku Station (the busiest train station in the world) and finally arrived at our home for the next few days at the Olympic Youth Center.

As we got off the plane and walked through the streets to dinner and to our home, it brought on a very surreal feeling that we were actually in Japan. It is amazing, even now, to think about what God has done to bring us all here and imagine what He has for us over the next 2 months.

Thank you for everyone’s gifts and prayers that have made this possible and praise God for enabling us to take the beautiful of Jesus to the nations.

For the next 3 days we will be in orientation in Tokyo before we head on to Utsunomiya, where we will be working at Utsunomiya University. We are so looking forward to meeting the Japanese students that we have already been praying for and communicating with over email.




3 responses

23 05 2011

So excited for all of you! Glad that you landed safely. The Lord has great things planned for you and your team and He has gone before you! Praying for you guys!

24 05 2011

Praise the Lord! Thanks for the update. Praying for you guys! So glad you made it there safely 😀

29 05 2011

I’m sooo excited to hear about what God is doing over there through you guys. Praying for youuu! ❤

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