Category: Feature Article
Pertaining to the theme of the magazine issue.
What we say about singleness and marriage reveals what we think about God’s care
An interview with a single Japanese colleague about life and ministry
How a singles festival in Germany inspired a vision for a Christian singles network in Japan
Singleness has been a journey of knowing God in ways that I thought could only be found in a husband
As a bride of Christ, I am neither alone nor lonely
Two missionaries discuss the unique internal and external challenges of singleness
What being a baby Christian as a young single in Japan taught me about loving like Christ
Married missionaries can do a lot to support their single brothers and sisters. But it’s important to remember that one size doesn’t fit all!
Whether married or single, serve God wherever he has placed you
What Jesus has revealed about our relationships in heaven gives great meaning and purpose to singleness
“Not everyone can accept this word, but only those to whom it has been given.”1
Examining the history of revivals in Japan provides great encouragement for weary laborers today!
Drawing parallels between history and our faith
Founder of an indigenized Christian movement
Tracing the history of evangelical response to disasters in Japan from 1986 to the present
The 25-year Christian witness of an African American missionary left a community in Yamagata changed
The fruits of mission work may not be immediately visible, but God is faithful
We see only the present, but God has been working in Japan for centuries
Finding a striking analogy in Japanese history
Who are the new His-story makers?
One woman’s generosity and zealous evangelism in 1612 made an extraordinary impact on Izu Oshima
An appreciation of Japanese history can be valuable for missionaries today
In two small, rural churches, Celia expected to see loneliness but found connection instead
Perhaps we need to adjust our mindsets?