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Earlier this month, one of the longest serving Japanese pastors in the SFDD, Pastor Nakazawa, passed away. Please pray for his family at this time. Please also pray for Megumi church, where Pastor Nakazawa had been pastoring.

At the end of last month, one of our workers, Seongjae, made the decision to leave WEC Japan and return home. Please pray for her future as she continues to seek God’s direction for her life and follow where He leads.

© WEC Japan 2009.

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Unser Hintergrund

Wenn du Leuten erzählst, du seist Missionar in Afrika oder Indien, dann werden sie wohl kaum gross überrascht sein. Hingegen wenn du sagst, du seist Missionar in Japan, werden sie dich sehr wahrscheinlich fragen: "Warum?".
Japan ist nach allem ein reiches und starkes Land und entspricht überhaupt nicht dem gängigen Bild eines Missionfeldes.
Aber nichts desto trotz hat dieses Land, welches die ganze Welt beinflusst, und die Leute die es bewohnen Bedürfnisse, die uns stark herausfordern.

Improving new workers orientation

Moving to a new country as a missionary involves many changes, and orientation of new workers is essential to help them find a safe passage through this maze of 'newness', and to build a life in Japan, where they are able to minister to others.

Is the price of a Japanese soul too high?

From Alpha courses to the 10/40 Window and people daily using the latest edition of Operation World. It's exciting to see small groups of Christians, a whole church or even denomination, either discover or rediscover" the fundamental call to mission that the gospel is. Praise God for this. Praise Him too for technology, including the Internet and well-produced videos etc. that inform of need and present us with, even compel us into action, to support projects aimed at meeting those needs.

A vew of the SFDD in the 21st century

Translated highlights from a paper prepared by the leader of the SFDD, the WEC-related church in Japan, to coincide with the fiftieth anniversary of WEC working in Japan.