Issue: Winter 2018
Missionary Family Life
Missionary life often requires us to surrender what's precious to us, bur we can trust God to look after our treaure
The pressure of motherhood offer scarce opportunity for prolonged prayer, but God delights to answer our briefest cries for help
Some ideas for celebrating life with our families
God has provided in remarkable ways for our children
Being away from extended family and the demands of ministry make it even more important to take vacations and create special memories there
Seasons when families gather to celebrate can be difficult for singles. Here are some resources that helped me celebrate as a single
Imagine your life as a movie...
Language learning and home schooling are some of the challenges we faced as missionaries, but God's grace has extended to multiple generations
It is notoriously difficult for outsiders to be accepted in Japanese groups, but communities where everyone is new can be a key entry point
Many Christians in Japan end up marrying non-Christians. Here, we consider the problem from biblical and pastoral perspectives.
Mark (Tyndale New Testament Commentaries) Eckhard J. Schnabel (InterVarsity Press, 2017). 441 pp. This will...
While the spiritual battle is less obvious in Japan than other countries, it is just as real
Strategies for battling discouragement and feeling of being overwhelmed during the initial stages
Some thoughts on what to do when we don't pray because of lack of time or faith
Developing the habit of being thankful can have a transformative effect on your life
Practice tips for overcoming writer's block
Some great tools enables you to spread the gospel by live broadcasting events to the world
Patient listening and good questions will make us better missionaries
At the age of 25, Masako Tanaka left her job as a personal care assistant...
Doctor Shigeaki Hinohara, one of Japan’s most famous doctors, passed away on July 18, 2017...