Issue: Winter 2021
Japan’s group-oriented society has deep historical roots that present specific challenges in ministry with Japanese people
Principles and cautions for developing indigenous Christianity
Analogies can help Japanese people understand this essential doctrine
A powerful way to deal with any challenge is to set up a creative way to pray regularly
Ministering in Japan is hard, but if we keep our eyes fixed on God, we’ll be able to remain faithful
How can we overcome our tendency to silently compete with one another in ministry?
Hanging in there when it feels like God has deserted you
Have you taken steps to protect the children in your ministry? Are you prepared for what to do if an allegation is made against you?
If evangelism feels impossible, remember that with God, all things are possible
A powerful tool for ministering to people who are experiencing marriage breakdown that is now available in Japanese.
Here’s a way to take your writing to greater heights
Three further cultural points that can be gleaned from this detective novel
How digital ministry becomes an access point
“Any concern too small to be turned into a prayer is too small to be made into a burden.”1 Corrie ten Boom
Deciding to leave the mission field is tough, but here are some helpful steps
Let’s refocus on who we are in Christ
A virtual talk show series with Christian baseball players from overseas
Challenges and opportunities While COVID-19 was spreading in Japan, especially in the Tokyo metropolitan district,...