Issue: Summer 2019
Engaging the Community
Lessons from Jesus’ interaction with the Samaritan woman help us better share the gospel with Japanese people
Japan is one of the least religious nations in the world. How does this influence how we do ministry?
Evangelistic events may be more effective if they are held in public places and are based more on building community
Using an English café, music, radio taisō, and the venues readily available to them, this couple is cultivating redemptive relationships
A café in her area turned out to be totally different to the author’s expectations, and the people there have influenced her life ever since
Since most Japanese will never walk into a church building, we need to go out among them to share the good news about Jesus Christ
Your church can help prevent human trafficking by identifying the needs around them and the gifts God has given them
When hours “wasted” on paperwork is time spent building relationships.
Sports fever is coming to Japan, and Open Crowd Festivals can help your church ride the wave and connect with your neighbours
A church launched out of a café
Brokenness that leads to grace and beauty
You’re far more likely to recover a lost wallet in Japan than in many other countries
Ways to easily share the good news in Japanese
Boosting your serotonin levels can help with stress
I recently read some tips for writers by Steven Pinker, Harvard linguist and author of...