Making Disciples
in Japan


That we may see countless Japanese worshiping before the throne of King Jesus.

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One hot July summer night in 2016, we stood on a Tokyo train platform waiting to take the train back from the city. Standing shoulder to shoulder, fighting the humidity, we heard an announcement made over the intercom. Unable to understand, we just assumed it was another typical announcement as no one had reacted in the slightest. A minute or two later, one of the people we were with leaned down and whispered that the train would be delayed because of a suicide.

On the surface the announcement appeared to be almost mundane — an occurrence common enough that it might have been a delay due to weather. It made us wonder how you come to that place — where someone jumping in front of a train is so common, barriers have to be placed along the edge of the platforms? That the loss of hope is so common and so severe, it leads to an average of 70 people taking their lives each day?

Our dream is to one day see the suicide barriers in the subways torn down because of the hope found in Jesus Christ.


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Council Report – LIFE – Oh Baby!

Council Report In late May we had the wonderful privilege to attend the Christian & Missionary Alliance General Council. This is our denomination’s national event that happens every two years for the purpose of business and elections as well as times of worship, fellowship, and prayer. Our trip included a few different highlights. We able …continue reading.

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It’s been a while – Tokyo 2020

It’s been a little white and we’re excited to start catching up! Thank you for being a part of our journey as we seek to join in God’s work being done in Japan! It’s been a while You may, or may not, have noticed that it’s been a little bit since our last email. Life …continue reading.

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