The Soul of a Nation: Japan's Destiny

Morgan James Publishing, 1. jan. 2009 - 404 sider
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Where can we go from God's presence? He is everywhere; He knows everything. His fingerprints are throughout the universeÑeach galaxy, each planet, and each individual are all designed by Him with uniqueness and purpose. In His written Word, we see a timeline with a beginning and an end. In-between those two points, world history is being written. This book is an appeal to the Japanese to participate in the life and purposes of God for this great nation. The Soul of a Nation: Japan's Destiny (also available in Japanese titled Kami no Kuni, Nippon) presents God's claim on the nation of Japan. The account has its beginnings in Japan's earliest history but sends a compelling message to people today. The reader can see that the Creator has shown Himself to be the God of the Japanese people.

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Dianna Matsumoto lives in Saipan, a Commonwealth of the U.S. Dianna teaches a community Bible study, teaches children in Sunday School, & has started an interpretive dance worship team among the youth. She has taught school in a variety of capacities, primarily with the Univ. of Maryland Univ. College in Okinawa and Tokyo, where she taught courses in English to both native & non-native speakers. She has also taught at El Monte School District, L.A. (substitute teaching), Calif State Univ., Sacramento (part-time student tutorials), Central Texas College (Asian Divisions-Okinawa & Tokyo, as an instructor), Chuo Univ., Tokyo, Univ. of Tenn, & Knoxville College.

Dianna's bachelor's degree in Sociology with a Social Work Certificate is from Meredith College Raleigh, N.C. Her M.A. in English with a TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) Certificate was earned at Calif State Univ. Sacramento. Her Ph.D. in English (Rhetoric and Linguistics) from Indiana Univ of Pennsylvania.

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