Tony Barrera is originally from New York City. In 1992 he was saved at Kyoto Christian Fellowship Center where he currently serves in ministry. He and his wife, Kayoko, work at Kyoto International University, a Christian school.

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  1. Tony Barrera says:

    These are just a few questions for those who are either presently involved or are planning to be involved in the Lord’s ministry within a Japanese church. Lord willing, the answers to these questions may start a conversation among missionaries who do not have many counterparts to share thoughts. How is serving in a Japanese church different from serving in a church in your home country?
    In what ways do Japanese churches tend to be more biblical than their counterparts in the West?
    What are some of the challenges of serving in a Japanese church?

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