Photo Essay – Streets of Japan

Let’s take a closer look at what it means to be Japanese, today. How might what we see shape our prayers and our strategies for building relationships with the Japanese?

First Fruits in a Mountain Town

Groups of foreign and local believers focused on church planting are working together and seeing the gospel start to go places it hasn’t gone before.

Trusting God in Times of Peril

Whether you serve close to home or in another country, you can’t promise your family you’ll always be safe. A Pioneer shares how he’s come to appreciate God’s presence in dangerous times and places.

Video – Done & Dusted

Three tough years of sharing the gospel with skaters in urban Southeast Asia. He had new plans and a new place to live and work. Then God called him back.

A Time to Shout

Sometimes we get to witness the power of God firsthand. Sometimes we only hear whisperings of it. And sometimes a teashop owner shouts it on the gospel-hungry streets of Asia.