New Voices

Open our hearts

It is now our fifth month in Japan, and the winter days are getting colder and grayer. Sparkling lights and bright holiday displays abound, and yet I am less appreciative of these decorations than before […]

New Voices

Spiritual warfare in Japan

Of the various lessons I’ve learnt during the three years I’ve been in Japan, the biggest one has been about spiritual warfare. In particular, I have been surprised by how real and how normal it […]

Member Care

God’s strength in our weakness

On first arriving in Japan in February 2015, I was expecting to do many things—learn Japanese, eat okonomiyaki, join a church, build a snowman, and make friends with very patient Japanese people. While I have […]

Member Care

A green coffee bean

How long does it take you to drink a cup of coffee? Some may leisurely sip their brew whilst chatting to a friend or reading a book, whereas others may down their cup in a […]