Gordon & Lee Ann Hwang
Gordon & Lee Ann Hwang

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Gordon and Lee Ann are serving in Yokohama, Japan. Gordon exercises gifts of service and hospitality. He hosts a weekly fellowship meeting in their home. Lee Ann works full-time as an English conversation teacher for junior and senior high students at Soshin Girls’ School. She also has opportunities to make connections with students in two clubs, through the foreign exchange programs, speaking in chapel and with their home-fellowship meetings. Gordon and Lee Ann continue to visit and encourage pastors ministering to survivors of the 2011 earthquake disaster in Tohoku (Northeast Japan).
Projects, Journals & News
| Heart Attack, Healing, and Home!

The chest pain would not stop! I felt the first pain walking from the bus stop toward home. Tired, I briefly rested in the bedroom. However, needing help now, I got out of bed. I barely got out the words, “I am having a heart attack!” before falling on my left shoulder and blacking out briefly.

| Hopevale Martyrs 75th Anniversary: Tragedy to Victory

Our God, who led the Covells to the Philippines, is faithful. This story seems to end in tragedy. But from the blood of the martyrs, CPBC has blossomed to 1000 churches in the Philippines, along with a rebuilt Central Philippine University, Filamer Christian University, Iloilo Mission Hospital, and Capiz Emmanuel Mission Hospital.

Naomi and nursing license | Nurse Naomi! Midwife Naomi!
| Japan Squad: Mission Accomplished!

The Japan Squad mission was to learn about Japanese people and culture, experience life with Japanese Christians, and help with ministry to the Japanese people. From our experience with them, I know they did these things and much more! Many prayers were answered and I can say, “Mission accomplished!”

| Taira Childcare Center Rebirth!

Lee Ann and I boarded the 8:00 express train to Iwaki 13 minutes before departure. During almost two and a half hours on the train, I could quietly rehearse my 2-minute speech in Japanese lots of times!

| Planting Seeds – Expecting Harvest

Last December, we had picked haukusai (napa cabbage) at M san’s farm. Now, we were invited back to plant seeds.