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Smile Camp on July 5th and Karate Camp at end of June were each attended by around 20 adults and 20 children. Please pray that these evangelistic relationships would continue and gospel seeds grow.

The ‘His Story’ team (Cozens, Wilsons, Yims, Tans) have started writing and sharing personal testimony fliers, called ‘My Story’. Readers can then link to more at this website: http://www.mystory.jp.net/ Please pray this new project engages people with God.

© WEC Japan 2009.

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Spring is In the Air; People Returning to Church in Ishiyama

Spring in the air

After a long cold winter who doesn't long for spring to come, warm sunshine, birds singing, the first green leaves to appear. In some way Ishiyama church seems to have awakened after a long winter.

Some years ago during a WEC Asia conference in Thailand, God stirred the participants to commit themselves for 40 days of prayer  for Japan. Amoung the prayer points was one to pray for those who have fallen away from the church to be return.

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A Japanese Christmas?

by Matthew Cummings

 

It’s December, and shoppers bundled against the cold move among twinkling lights, red and green bulbs, wreaths, and shops vying for the Christmas…yen?  Yes, this scene, which playss out all over Europe and the U.S., actually occurs in Japan at the eve of the year.

 

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God at Asiacon

I had expected to enjoy my first time at Asiacon, but in fact it surpassed my expectations. The theme was Experiencing the Presence and Power of God. Meeting fellow workers over mealtimes and getting a sense of God working in different countries through their evening presentations, achieved this. It was also a special opportunity to worship together and receive prayer, Bible teaching, wise counsel, and training.

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Japan Needs Prayer!

For this article, we interviewed our worker Jaenbaeg about his vision for Japan and the prayer needs here.

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- Jaenbaeg, why don’t you start with telling us a bit about your work here.

Jaenbaeg: First my work in Japan is to pray; pray for this nation, pray for local people, and pray for God’s work in this nation. To pray for community, and pray for christian churches. That is my priority of working in Japan.

- Are you church planting?

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Why I came to Japan

Why I came to Japan
Priscilla Kok

Until today, I am still not sure why I have come to Japan. I was never interested in Nintendo or manga, nor want to follow the trendy fashion, nor enjoy all the different Miso soup.

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