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Matthew and Annette Cummings give thanks for the way God appears to be opening the door for them to move to Sendai.

Please pray for complete healing for Nick’s painful knee and ankle.

Bee Cho asks prayer for her university students that they will continue to grow in their understanding and love for God.

Also in the process of searching for leaders for the new academic year, and those approached will gladly accept and serve with joy.

© WEC Japan 2009.


Seeing God Work Amongst Students

This Month, we would like to introduce you to one of our workers and what she is doing here. Meet Bee Choo a seconded worker in KGK (Kurisutosha Gakusei Kai - Christian Students Association). She works in the Kansai area, which is divided into 3 blocks: Hyogo (or Kobe), Hanawa (Osaka, Nara & Wakayama), Keiji (Kyoto & Shiga). Each block has 2 staff workers and works with an average of 12 or more campuses. Also, each staff worker is put in charge of different student-year groups and graduate groups.


Where next?

At our field conference this month, we committed ourselves to a new church planting goal: three new church plants in the next five years. We’re going to be forming teams and sending people out–but first, we need to decide what sort of churches to plant, and where! At conference, we heard two reports from people who have been researching new church planting possibilities.


A New Vision Statement

Why have a field strategy? To essentially be responsible governors of the precious vision God has given us. That vision is:

‘We want to see vibrant, indigenous and reproducing churches flourishing in Japan, transforming its society and mobilising for missions’.

Please pray for this to happen!

The following Strategy and Values were agreed at our last missionary meeting on January 31st 2015.


1. Pioneering: Planting Churches
To plant reproducing churches, that prioritise discipleship, in strategic and under-churched areas.


From Hong Kong to Japan, a Call Into Mission

by Kaki (Kathi) Tsui

It will be strange to some people, but I know this is the place I’m supposed to be. So I'm making my way, but not my own way: Gods way.


Chukousei Camp

by Matt Cummings

A hidden age group. A camp not held for over 10 years. For a taste of the trials and joys of missionary life, hear the story of the Junior/Senior High Camp.