Go Oishi Prayer Letter: Ordained to a Lifetime of MinistryGlory to God! This month we had the privilege of being a part of five Missions Conferences! The Lord has been very good to us, as He always is, and we rejoice to share just a few of the special blessings from last month on our deputation trail.

In the midst of our many hours of door knocking with numerous different churches this month, we were given a fantastic report on a visitor whom God allowed us to invite last month. Do you remember Bernardo, Jessica, and Alexandria from the September report? Exactly a month later, we were pleased to hear that they have been faithfully attending every church service since! Alexandria dedicated her baby on the 21st, started bringing her mother-in-law to church (who now also faithfully attends), and now plans to begin discipleship. Praise the Lord for our co-laborers in the churches we visit who nurture the spiritual growth of those God allows us to meet on deputation!

On the 14th of October, I had the honor of being ordained to the Gospel ministry at our sending church. Pastor Bruce Goddard, as well as Dr. Shelton Smith of the Sword of the Lord and former missionary Kory Mears who is now preparing to pastor in Washington, ordained me on the opening night of the Faith Baptist Church’s Church Growth Conference.

The next Summer Olympic Games will be held in Tokyo, Japan, in 2020. We rejoice to announce that we are planning to go with a team of people to the stadium to put the Gospel in their own language into the hands and hearts of as many people as we can. We have just begun the early planning stages of this event, but once all the details are established, we will be recruiting soul winners from all over the nation, as well as Japan, for this endeavor! Please pray for God’s direction and blessing in planning this event.

Even with the holiday season approaching, God has continued to open doors for us! Thank you for your prayers, your investments, and your friendship.

Your friends and co-laborers to Japan,

Go and Danielle Oishi