Tag: tsunami

A residential area flooded during the 2004 tsunami on the Andaman Islands, a union territory of India.

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A Hindu temple on the south coast of India at sunset.

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A government barge washed up on the shore of a small fishing village on the southern coast of India during the 2004 tsunami. The wreckage could still be seen along the beach almost five years later.

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A small fishing village on the southern coast of India was destroyed by the tsunami in 2004. Idols could still be seen amid the destruction almost five years later.

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An IMB missionary talks with a Christian from Tokyo Baptist Church and a local resident of Ishinomaki, Japan, who were made homeless by the tsunami in March of 2011.

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A hillside cemetery on the grounds of a temple in Ishinomaki, Japan, overlooks the remains of the town destroyed in the 2011 tsunami. Its numerous new graves bear witness to the many lives lost in the tragedy.

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An IMB emeritus missionary, and a believer from Tokyo Baptist Church, provide warm blankets to a tsunami survivor in Ishinomaki, Japan. The government provided limited support for survivors whose homes were not deemed inhabitable. Many in these situations lacked basic necessities, such as blankets, to provide warmth during below-freezing winter nights.

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One year after Japan’s tsunami, a ship still sits many blocks inland at Kesennuma, Japan. Cleanup has taken place all around the ship. A monument to those who lost their lives sits next to the boat.

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IMB missionaries discuss a passage from the Bible with a tsunami survivor in her temporary housing unit in Ofunato, Japan. The tsunami survivor acknowledges that, while the tsunami destroyed her family’s home and took all of their belongings, it brought blessings along with it—her relationship with the IMB couple.

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A tsunami survivor studies the Bible with IMB missionaries in the temporary housing unit she shares with her husband in Ofunato, Japan. The tsunami survivor said when volunteers prayed for her, she felt comfort and peace and needed to find out why.

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An IMB missionary holds a hand-painted card with a message of hope made by a tsunami survivor and artist. The reverse side of the card has the verse, “And now, these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love,” 1 Corinthians 13:13 (NASB).

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Following an ancient Japanese custom, a tsunami survivor folds origami paper cranes in remembrance of her deceased family members. In Japan, cranes are considered holy animals. This custom is believed to bring good luck and make wishes come true. The tsunami survivor said she wishes for comfort and peace.

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An IMB missionary reads the Bible with a Japanese tsunami survivor. Many tsunami survivors received comfort from the compassion, prayers and practical assistance of the Japanese and international Christians who traveled to Japan to help in the aftermath of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami.

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A small wooden Buddha statue sits among the wreckage of a storefront damaged by the 2011 tsunami in Otsuchi, Japan.

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Members of the Sendai City Fire Bureau search through the wreckage of homes destroyed by the 2011 tsunami and earthquake near Sendai, Japan. The search was to find the bodies of the missing—people who were killed by the tsunami but could not be listed as dead until physical proof was found.

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Tokyo Baptist Church in Tokyo, Japan, distributes rice to residents of Ishinomaki, Japan, one of the cities hit by the 2001 earthquake and tsunami.

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