ReachGlobal is the mission arm of the Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA), which was...
Issue: Spring 2016
The Future of Missions in Japan
The ELFCN mission’s strategy is to evangelize the least reached people groups in the world...
JPM/MTW Japan Vision: A Biblical Church Planting Movement that is healthy, reproducing, and increasingly indigenous
When Jesus speaks of new wine and new wineskins he introduces a spiritual life lived as a citizen of the invisible kingdom of God. How do we introduce such an amazing life and citizenship to our Japanese friends? Please join us on our journey.
One man’s journey from mistaken first impressions to disallusionment to hope for the future of the church in Japan
Leveraging video messages and online church resources to start and expand churches
A welcoming culture, a bilingual environment, and effective small groups work together to foster church growth
Tailoring ministry to the changing landscape of mission in both rural and urban Japan.
The key to restoring Japanese society is in families, children, and students.
Long experience reveals shorter paths to healthy ministry
Women who serve in Japan were blessed at JEMA’s annual WIM retreats
New missionaries find themselves doing lots of preparation, but sometimes it all goes awry.
Exchanging emails and writing blog posts can be great ways to improve your language ability while exploring cultural issues.
How not to pray.
Misplaced or absent commas can have dire effects, which can be avoided by careful consideration.
Reasons for leaving the field prematurely are often lumped under the general category of interpersonal problems, but reality can be more complex than that.
Have you ever watched someone get ready for a first date? They probably cleaned up...
Serving God in Today’s Cities: Facing the Challenge of Urbanization / Why Cities Matter: To God, the Culture, and the Church
This article is part two of a four-part series, based on the following: An effective...
Last year, a DVD titled Three Christians Who Lived During the Turbulent Times of the 20th...
In the Meiji Era, when women were still treated as if they were men’s belongings,...