Ways to use creative storytelling to engage young people
Did you know that there are many great Japanese resources out there for kids ministry?
This small church in Tochigi Prefecture has a lively small group ministry
Seventy years of serving the missionary community in Japan
A new missionary’s story of God’s goodness as her family immersed themselves in the Japanese school system
Classic Conversations provides a community for homeschooling families and an opportunity to minister to Japanese people
Table tennis is a very accessible sport—you just need a table and a small space. Well-known players such as Ai Fukuhara (“Ai-chan”; now retired), Mima Itō, and Tomokazu Harimoto have greatly helped to increase the sport’s popularity among Japanese youth.
God gives the grace we need to meet new challenges
Here are apps and devices that can expand your homeschool experience
Sports fever is coming to Japan, and Open Crowd Festivals can help your church ride the wave and connect with your neighbours
How to help your children develop resilience to change and loss
A record high of 122,578 cases of child abuse were reported in Japan in 2016...
New hope for parents of children who have wandered from the faith
In Japan, 3.25 million children under 17 (one in six) were in a state of...
What started out as a morning jog to stay fit turned into something so much more.
Chocolate communion I had a sudden inspiration on our way to worship service and the...
This article is an excerpt translated with permission by Ken Reddington, Mae’s son.The original article (雪山の聖歌 “Yukiyama...
Do you remember the children’s story about the Little Engine that had to fill in...