Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Japanese Radio Programmer Honored at Start of 50th Year of Broadcasting

(Aug. 29, 2013 - by Harold Goerzen) When longtime HCJB Global Japanese radio broadcaster Kazuo Ozaki made a return visit to his home country of Japan earlier this year, you’d think a celebrity had arrived.

Known for the informative, culturally relevant, inspiring radio programs he has produced for the past 49 years, listeners traveled from far and wide to meet Ozaki during his month-long visit to the island nation.

Ozaki was honored at the Yodobashi Church in Tokyo Sunday, May 26, to mark the beginning of the 50th year of Japanese broadcasting from HCJB Global.

“This was the very first time to have our listeners and those who support the Japanese radio ministry to meet and have fellowship together with believers at the church,” he explained. “For many of the listeners who came, it was their first time to attend a Christian church. I wanted to give them a chance to initiate personal contact with the believers and churches. For me it was a dream come true to see these two groups meeting together.”
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