Save the Date!

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The Annual “Fall for Japan” Conference will be held in conjunction with the MTW Global Mission’s Conference. We highly recommend this conference if you are a sender, a goer or not sure of what your role is in missions!

Japan’s State of Missions

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This is an excellent infographic on the state of missions in Japan.  We are hoping to compare this information with our own agency’s stats, MTW, when we return to the field. For the complete article link here.

Aging Population

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Time and again we have read articles in the newspaper about Japan’s aging population. The Wall Street Journal has put together some interesting pieces on this topic. A friend passed along this link which we thought we should share. TOKYO—At … Continued

Japan Partnership Conference

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Do you have an interest in the mission work in Japan? Are you currently a financial or prayer partner to a missionary in Japan? Does your church partner with any missionaries in Japan?  Are you curious about what God is … Continued

Butter Crisis!?

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At first when some of our friends told us about this we thought this was a bit silly.  Then we realized the one time of year we NEED butter is coming up.  Every year for our Christmas Dinner Outreach butter … Continued

Sex Trafficking in Japan

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This is a link to a recent article in the largest English newspaper in Japan. Sex trafficking is a serious issue and this only sheds light on part of the problem.  Pray for these girls and pray for the Gospel … Continued

Views of Nagoya

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A friend who was visiting in January took some pictures of Nagoya from one of the highest observation decks in Nagoya. It is amazing how large our city really is!

Nagoya

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These are some recent photos of our city, Nagoya. TV Tower (with Tobin) is a famous landmark and I was struck by its beauty all lit up. The view of the city was actually taken from the 6th floor of … Continued

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