November 23, 2018
Covenant Community Methodist Church, Chapel, 3rd Floor, Methodist Girls' School, 11 Blackmore Drive, Singapore 599986
Photo by Kumiko SHIMIZU on Unsplash
Artists Eitaro Ogawa and Tamae Iwasaki both received Christ in Singapore in 2003 and since then, God has been transforming their lives. They are now motivated by their life motto, “Love God, Love People”. In early 2016, they receive a calling from Lord Jesus to return to Japan to share the gospel and decided to leave their full-time jobs to further God’s kingdom.
Come hear their story of discovering the Lord and their ever-growing relationship with Him. Eitaro and Tamae will share in both English and Japanese, so you are welcome to bring along your Japanese friends.
The event will begin with a Praise and Worship session. There will be light refreshments after the event.
Date: Friday, November 23, 2018, 7.45pm-10pm
About Eitaro Ogawa and Tamae Iwasaki:
Eitaro Ogawa and Tamae Iwasaki moved to Singapore in 2001 to join Singapore Tyler Print Institute to work as fine art printers. Their passion lies in art with the goal of creating opportunity for people to experience art in their daily life. They founded the art collective “Keyakismos” that has produced projects such as “HDB Homes of Singapore” and “Pameran Poskad”. The couple has two young children.