Posts Tagged "missionaries"

How far would you go?

June 20, 2018

How far would you go? by Lori-Ann Tsang Are you familiar with the song by The Proclaimers, “I’m Gonna Be?” It’s a catchy tune and the chorus goes… But I would walk 500 miles And I would walk 500 more Just to be the man who walks a thousand miles To fall down at your […]

The Real Enemy

June 6, 2018

The Real Enemy by Yuri Yamamoto We at ZOE Japan, often go out to the downtown streets to pray for the city, people, and children. We believe that prayer is the first thing we always have to start with if we want to change something, especially to end human trafficking. Human trafficking exists in Japan, […]

ZOE from a Missionary’s View

May 30, 2018

ZOE from a Missionary’s View Interview: Lori-Ann, ZOE Missionary It’s about this time of year when in the office, the desks start to empty and the workspace gets a lot quieter. Where is everyone? From about the months of May through to the end of July, many of our missionaries take their annual trip back […]

It Doesn’t Take A Rocket Scientist…

March 14, 2016

With each military satellite safely launched and maneuvered into orbit, Rob Tang and his engineering team would beam with pride at another successful mission. At the peak of an exciting and challenging aerospace engineering career, Rob was living the American dream. He worked in an exciting field with brilliant co-workers, and enjoyed job security and […]

Finally, Something to Get Excited About!

October 19, 2015

Missionary Teaches Student Excitement Being the Vocational Training Director at ZOE, I have plenty of opportunity to interact with teen boys and girls, and I am thankful for my time with them. It is certainly a change of pace for them, as many are used to traditional education like math, science, history, and language study. […]

Celebrating “Mama” Vickie

May 13, 2015

About Mama Vickie Many of you know that Vickie McCoy is ZOE’s first stateside missionary. In 2013, after years of sharing her time and talent with ZOE, she left her job of over 20 years to begin serving here full-time. As she was preparing to make this major life change, she shared with coworkers that […]

Meet The Boyer Family | Missionaries in Thailand

December 15, 2014

Meet The Boyer Family | Missionaries in Thailand In 2006 when the pastor of their church in Hawaii asked them to take a scouting trip to check out ZOE Children’s Homes in Thailand, the Boyers were “too busy.” Ron was working for Hawaii’s governor and Cissy was selling real estate and homeschooling their two kids, […]