How multicultural teams can make the most of the Japanese tendency to avoid risk
The Old Testament contains powerful imagery for communicating the gospel in a shame culture
Learning to live out kingdom values in Japan
Preparing future missionaries to thrive long-term in Japan through hands-on learning and exposure
Part Two of an interview with a Japanese pastor
Japanese literature and films reverberate with resonances of the gospel
Having lived in Paris for 39 years and devoted himself to painting its scenery, Christian...
A missionary interviewed the Japanese pastor at his church and discovered some interesting factors
Japanese tend to lie out of consideration for others
What we as a church can learn (and should unlearn) from how Japanese culture influences corporate life
Honour and shame can provide new insights into the Bible
A willingness to embrace aspects of multiple religions has profoundly influenced the adoption and practice of Christianity in Japan
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
Three further cultural points that can be gleaned from this detective novel
A new missionary’s story of God’s goodness as her family immersed themselves in the Japanese school system
Saying sorry is important when relating to Japanese people
When the writer of Ecclesiastes complained that “there is no end to the making of...
Emperor Akihito, who the first article of the Japanese Constitution stipulates as being the “the...