|Aperture coming to Japan in March!|
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|Written by Jeff Johnston|
|Monday, 01 February 2010 19:51|
Indiana band Aperture set to lead worship for A2
The Christian band Aperture from Huntington University (Huntington, Indiana) will serve as worship leaders at the annual Asian Access/Japan retreat in the beautiful, snowy mountains of Nagano, March 11-15. The purpose of this retreat is to equip and refresh missionaries who serve alongside Japanese congregations.
The worship band is connected to Asian Access through member Jessica Bauman, an A2 MK. Since her parents, Gary & Barbara, moved to Tokyo in 1988, Jessica spent most of her life in Japan. She is now excited to return with a talented group of her friends called Aperture: Josh Dirnberger, Justin Siemens, Tyler Skinner, Zech Reuter, Laura Stuckey and Kris Burgess.
Every year, Asian Access needs a team of 4-6 people who share a passion to invest in the children in the mission so that they can shine Christ in this dark country. Typically, children’s ministry teams have run a program much like a Vacation Bible School ministry. However, a team did not emerge this year. So Aperture will help to assist in some of these children's ministry activities. Aperture even has a couple of friends who may come just to help out with our MKs!
We so appreciate Aperture coming to serve Asian Access by leading us into worship and caring for our children. The entire A2/Japan family looks forward to a great retreat in March.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 04 March 2010 15:59|