Why Japanese?

The Largest Unreached People Group (Joshua Project, 2005)

Only 0.04% Christians!

Annual Suicide Rate: >30,000

100-300 new religion registered each year (Operation World, 2000)

The battle is fierce, Time is SHORT! Please RESPONSE, Please PRAY!!!

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Let's pray for these projects! March - May 2010

I want to bring your attention to a the following four projects:
The first three projects are in March, and the fourth is in April. Let's pray that God's Kingdom will advance from here!

Performing artists, 岩渕まこと, 岩渕由美子 林 美貞(イム・ビジョン)岩本正樹 国分友里恵 KISHIKO 塩谷達也 塩谷美和  ジョシュア佐佐木  Genuine Grace 西 由紀子 ベトウ路得子 ベトウ・マーク 他

Date: Mar 13, 2010
Time: 2pm - 4pm
Venue: Inochi no Kotobasha, Nakano Honbu Building, 2F, World Chapel, Tokyo, Japan
Cost: Free, but offerings will be collected for Haiti.

Prayer Points: May the Lord bring seekers to the concert, and may the audience be blessed! May the generous offering bring joy to the people who are suffering in Haiti.

Date: Mar 18, 2010
Time: 8pm - 10.30pm
Venue: Full Gospel Assembly, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Basement 1

Event Type: Exhibition & Dialogue
Theme: Cultural Redemptive Analogy

Prayer Point: (i) May the Lord raise His warriors among His people in Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia for His missions in Japan; (ii) May the understanding of cultural redemptive analogy will remove fear in the hearts of His people; (iii) May the Church people will take interest and be determined to come and learn more about Japan; (iv) The commitment of the helpers; (v) Discernment

Date: Mar 31-Apr 3, 2010
Venue: 大阪府立少年自然の家, Osaka, Japan
Target: 150 people

The camp is a result of co-work of few denominations from Kansai and Hokkaido.

Prayer Points: (i) May discipleship spring from this camp; (ii) May the participants in this camp catch visions and get close to God by learning how to listen to His voice; (iii) May the Holy Spirit strengthen the relationship among all staffs; (iv) May the Lord add strength to all who need to run errands for this camp.

Date: May 22, 2010
Venue: To Be Confirmed, Japan

Prayer Points: (i) The preparation of the events; (ii) the spiritual readiness of the audiences; (iii) the relationship of the artists and God, because they are going to bring us to the highest peak to meet God on that day; (iv) salvation of the people that you are planning to bring; (v) sufficient followup after the concert; (vi) passion grow, and missionaries to be sent forth!

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Discovering Mission Needs In Jap



Meetings - Club/Group Meeting


Thursday, March 18, 2010


8:00pm - 10:30pm


Full Gospel Assembly KL, Basement 1


A whole day event:

  • Photo exhibition
  • Documentaries (God's fingerprints in Japan 1)
  • Food tasting
  • Testimonies

This is the only thing that I can do before I leave to Japan. I wish that through these exhibition items and movies/documentaries screening will capture the audiences' hearts about the crucial needs in Japan.

I have no clue who will come as audience or helper at this moment, yet this is something that I felt that it needs to be done, to fan the fire before it dies off. The event is to help others who had not seen Japan as a mission field to begin to see the huge needs in Japan. And of course, this meeting is meant for people to pray for Japan!

If you are interested to join us as helper, please let me know. I can't do this by myself, I will need you. So, please drop me a message if you would like to come.

People from out station are welcome, I will try my best to arrange home stay for you. So far, we have one respond from KL, one from Indonesia and one from Singapore. Team, if you are serious about Japan, and His call in your heart, we need to get together and do something! Why not take this opportunity to get together, to pray, to work out something in our lives, paint a picture in others' lives? We will learn to uphold each other in difficult times!!!

Note: The size of the event/the feasibility of the event is very much depending on your commitment and your availability

Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Food of Thoughts

Looking from Inside v.s. Looking from Outside

When Cha-cha was here for ten days, she did more than what other local Malaysians would probably do in 5 years, or once in a life time. Having to mingle with different people group everyday, including English speakers, Chinese speakers, and sign language speakers, she had no choice but to deal with it even with her limitations.

She went to cultural centers that were probably put up as a show for tourism purpose, departmental store jungles where consumer costs are extremely high, and also gained her cultural experience through practical morning and night market tour designed mainly for local middle lower class people.

One thing that I felt like sharing to you most was probably this remark from her: "Somehow this is a great experience, it is so different when I see Japan when I was inside Japan and when I am outside Japan. I have keep reflecting Japan in my mind as I continue to observe new things and new people. ' So, Japan is (........) kind of country!' It is unbelievable as now I can see Japan better. "