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Global Outreach Day (6.14.2014): Flash Mob & Music Festival in Tokyo

  Music Festival in Tokyo on June 14, 2014 “One Week to Shine” is an exciting  initiative organized by Andy Game and his team at 7Media. “By bridging Prayer and Outreach we want to reach the next generation with the joy of God’s love for us” is how 7Media articulates the vision. The initiative includes a flash mob and outdoor concert in Tokyo on June 14.   These events have a great deal of promise, please attend if you can and — no matter where […]

Act Now for Free Digital Download of “The Japanese & Christianity”

Samuel Lee’s book The Japanese & Christianity : Why Is Christianity Not Widely Believed in Japan? is available free of charge as a Kindle download!  Act fast, as this offer is good for another 24 hours. From Lee’s Facebook page: “Good News for Kindle users: 12-13 May, Monday & Tuesday: 24 hrs long you can download my book for FREE. Please share this WITH those who interested in reaching the Japanese with gospel of Jesus Christ.” Download your copy on Amazon HERE On iPads […]

Contextualizing the Gospel for Japan a “Hot Topic”

Several recent posts on contextualizing the gospel for Japan at the Reaching Japanese for Christ (RJC) Facebook Page have received a remarkable number of comments. I encourage you take a look at them (there is no way to link to a particular post on a Facebook page so you will need to go to the page and scroll down to find the content I’m referring to). A post with the title, “Is it OK to assimilate some Shinto festivals into Christianity in […]

Why Indigitous Hong Kong Was Remarkable

The vision of the Indigitous movement is to connect people to Jesus using digital strategies. In April I attended Indigitous in Hong Kong where I gave a short presentation. I had a really good time at this conference, below I reflect on why I enjoyed it so much.  Attending meetings is part of my work as a missionary. Unfortunately, a majority of church and mission related meetings are lectures. The reality is that I get almost nothing out of meetings like […]