The Japan Evangelical Missionary Association (JEMA) is composed of
- over forty Japan-based member missions and their personnel,
- other missionaries and tentmakers who have joined as individual members, and
- individuals and organizations outside Japan who are interested in reaching Japanese people for Christ.
JEMA networks and equips its nearly 1000 members to make disciples of Jesus Christ through its commissions, representatives, publications, and endorsed ministries.
- Japan Harvest magazine is the official print publication of JEMA. Today’s magazine started as a newsletter first published in April 1951, entitled E.M.A.J.* News.
- Japan Harvest Online is a digital supplement to the print magazine, making some articles publicly available online, providing longer versions of some articles, and providing access to past issues to members and subscribers.
Japan Harvest and Japan Harvest Online primarily promotes the cause of the evangelical church in Japan, and secondarily the ministry and activities of the association.
Japan Harvest is the official publication of the Japan Evangelical Missionary Association (JEMA). The print magazine is published quarterly to promote primarily the cause of the evangelical church in Japan, and secondarily the ministry and activities of the association.
We seek to encourage, inspire, and equip the JEMA community and all who want to reach Japanese people with the gospel. Book reviews, conference reports, testimonies, interviews, and ministry resources are a sampling of the materials we publish.
Japan Harvest readers include JEMA members (the print magazine and online access is included with membership) as well as individual subscribers within Japan and around the world. Japan Harvest magazine is also found in the libraries of leading Bible colleges and seminaries.
* Evangelical Missionary Association of Japan