Malcolm Foster is familiar to most of you. He and his wife Mio were happy to be a part of WTUC for several years before moving to Washington DC last September. He is a missionary kid, born and raised in Hokkaido, and has lived and worked in Japan as a journalist for many years. He’s also an artist on the side, painting mostly scenes of Lake Nojiri in Nagano. He likes his new job in Washington as English news director for Radio Free Asia, which sends news in nine languages to countries and regions of Asia that don’t have a free press (China, North Korea, Myanmar, Cambodia, etc). It’s a great fit for his skills, background and passions. Mio and Malcolm are feeling more settled in DC, and have found a wonderful new church near their home called Grace Mosaic.
Malcolm will be our lay-preacher this coming Sunday, April 30th, at 10am JST, bringing a message called, “Words & Deeds — Which Are More Important?”
Our hymns for Sunday will be:
Opening: “Praise My Soul, the King of Heaven”
Response: “O the Deep, Deep Love of Jesus”
Closing: “May the Mind of Christ my Savior”
Our scripture verses will be Isaiah 61:1-2 from the Old Testament, and from the New Testament, Acts 6: 1-7.
We hope that many of you will be able to come and worship with us!
WTUC Worship Link: https://scad.zoom.us/j/99371434588