A special memorial show called “Love and Hope Concert—Never Forget 3.11” was broadcast online on...
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Nine years on from the Great East Japan Earthquake
It’s important to take time for the long haul
Eight years have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake. Churches in the affected area...
Lessons learned about missionary placement following the Tohoku and Kumamoto earthquakes
The 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake was actually a series of quakes in Kumamoto and Oita prefectures,...
Prayer played a vital role as God led me to minister to tsunami-ravaged communities in Iwate
Recovery from the aftermath of the third disaster of March 2011 is far from over.
Faced with overwhelming need in the wake of the triple disaster, Richard Amos focused on helping those few that God put in his path.
The triple disaster transformed CRASH Japan almost overnight, but it is still undergoing changes to better position it to respond to future disasters
Strong relational ties were forged with Japanese volunteers through serving together in the aftermath of 3.11
This is the story of one of many churches in Japan who sent groups to Tohoku to minister after the disaster in 2011.
The Be One team has been serving in Ishinomaki for five years; here they share six lessons they’ve learned along the way.
Two projects characterized by hope and grace are touching the lives of many residents of coastal regions in Miyagi prefecture as well as those living further afield.
The tsunami prompted new projects to begin. Yarn Alive is one of those surprising projects.
God has brought many surprising things out of the triple disaster
Japan Assemblies of God Working in Tohoku
Since the Great East Japan Earthquake, Rev. Yoshiya Hari (Saikyo Nozomi Chapel) and Rev. Makoto...