Here is the post I promised I would write on what I learned in my DTS lecture phase!
As you can tell by taking a look at the scroll bar, this is a bit of a long one. (My counter says I’ve got 3523 words!) So, for your navigating-ease, I have provided a table of contents below. You can click on the links in the table to jump to the different parts of the Continue reading “What I Learned in My DTS Lectures”
Most of my friends and family members know me by my English middle name, Louie. However, for the past sixth months, I’ve been transitioning to primarily using my Japanese first name, Aogu. I’d actually wanted to make this change for several years now.
I first conceived this desire when I started feeling more and more certain that God wanted me to become a missionary in Japan. I felt that, as I would be Continue reading “Why I Would Like You to Call Me Aogu: Part One”
Just a little more than a week ago, on Monday night, I graduated from YWAM Tokyo’s DTS.
Before I go any further telling you about my experiences in DTS, here’s some background information: YWAM (which stands for Youth With A Mission) is a global interdenominational mission organization centered around the purpose of knowing God and making Him known. This purpose mainly expresses itself in three areas of work—evangelism, mercy ministries, and training—and the Continue reading “My Experience in the YWAM Tokyo DTS”