Issue: Autumn 2019
Thriving in Japan
Building resilience is a key component to being good stewards of God’s call on our lives
We need life rhythms that sustain long-term ministry
Close prayer partners, physical exercise, and a never-say-die attitude to learning Japanese can help sustain us
A serious illness at an inconvenient time gave the author a chance to see God’s great goodness to her
I thought I was well prepared to be a missionary in Japan, but an emotional affair almost destroyed my family and my ministry
Honoring our parents at the end of their lives when we live far away can be challenging, but we can learn from others who have walked that road
Issues to consider when caring for singles on the field
Before I came to Japan, a former missionary said every missionary is like a piece...
Being fervent in faith and prayer and being wise in our finances are keys to thriving in Japan
An extract from the biography of a long-serving missionary in Japan
A testimony of God's faithfulness by an 86-year-old missionary
We have a unique window of opportunity to pray for the Emperor and Japan prior to his deification ceremony to be held in November
How a statement by a veteran missionary is reflected in my life
No one planned for this to happen, and many were unsure it would work
When the writer of Ecclesiastes complained that “there is no end to the making of...
Here are apps and devices that can expand your homeschool experience
Rootlessness and restlessness are challenges that continue into adulthood for TCKs
Have you ever attended a writers’ workshop? Or been able to get honest feedback on...