A time of prayer for healing, five years after Japan tsunami

It’s been five years since Japan’s triple disaster killed about 16,000 people and displaced hundreds of thousands of others. On this sorrowing anniversary, United Church of Christ leaders, disaster executives, and missionaries are calling for a time of hope and prayer to sustain the still-recovering nation and its people, who continue to endure hardships and adversity from the loss of life and livelihood related to the disaster.  Click here for the full story in UCC News.

Categories: Disaster Updates

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