2020 Revival Meeting- GPS of Life


A special lecture to think about the meaning and purpose of life.

GPS of Life

~Where did you come from, where are you now and where will you go from now on?~

Lecture 1 October 17 (Sat.) 14:30~

Lecture 2 October 18 (Sun.) 10:45~

Lecture 3 October 18 (Sun.) 14:30~

Lecturers: Shinji Amari (Pastor of the church)

Nobukatsu Amari (Assistant Pastor of the church)

Place: Abiko Baptist Church



Now that the world is getting more and more confused, let's confirm the truth that hasn't changed since ancient times.

Whenever I went to a new place or a place I did not know well, I always needed a guide. Even adventures were the same. They used Azimuth compasses, movement of celestial bodies, sometimes a map and compass for a ship. In modern times, the Global Positioning System (GPS) provides everyone that has a cell phone with an accurate current location, destination, route, fare, and time, depending on whether they go by car, train or walking. What a convenient and surprising age of technological development!

But when it comes to the journey of life, we get exhausted and lose our way.

Maybe that's because we live a self-absorbed life without knowing the important information of our own existence and where we came from, where we are now and where we will go from here. In school, we were taught how to live, but these three important pieces of information was something we had to figure out for ourselves. Although, the Bible has been read for over 4,000 years and has told this information to mankind. People reading the Bible all over the world have discovered their place in life, found their way in this chaotic world and live with hope.

"Your word is a lamp to my feet

And a light to my path."Psalms 119:105

Why don't you take this opportunity to learn from the Bible? We look forward to seeing you.


*In order to prevent infection at all gatherings we will ventilate the room and wear masks.

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