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Yes, indeed, it really has been almost four months since I wrote on this blog. How time flies! There is much to report but I’ll stick to one topic for now.

First, we’re happy to report that the Megumi Project website is up and running. What is the Megumi Project? From the website: “Megumi Project (Megumi means grace) is an income generating social enterprise that transforms vintage kimonos into beautiful products. It is our desire to be the hands of Christ sharing His love in a tangible way. Our prayer is that Megumi Project will be a place of community, added income, healing, and hope for a new life and a new Onagawa. As you purchase and use Megumi products, please pray with us for God to restore hope to this place and that Megumi (grace) would overflow in this city.”

Kato-san (our design manager) and Katherine, missionary from California

Katherine unpacking several boxes of donated kimonos

A few kimonos on display at the team trailer (the workplace for the Megumi Project)

 Staff holding products for sale

Ayami modeling a straight scarf

Nozomi Project staff modeling Megumi scarves and Nozomi jewelry

Group photo of the Megumi Project and Nozomi Project ladies

Please go to the Megumi Project website and take a look at the lovely items for sale or “like” the Megumi Project on Facebook here.