It's a gorgeous day here at Megumi Chalet in Karuizawa, Japan. The air is fresh, the flora is captivating, and the atmosphere is peaceful. As I pray and reflect this beautiful spring afternoon, I'm mindful of the im... Read more
If I’d known I’d be dancing in A2, I’d have taken lessons.
One unfortunate aspect of Christian culture in many parts of the world is the strictures that are put on pastors and other leaders. It’s considered "spiritual" fo... Read more
I like to be around people. A lot. Occasionally, I enjoy a day getting lost in a book, watching a movie by myself, or just enjoying quiet lack of disturbance. In general, though, my preference is to be aroun... Read more
The last few weeks, I have been powerfully struck by hearing several amazing stories of what God is doing across Asia through leader development alumni of Asian Access. As you have heard, the triple disaster that hit Japan tw... Read more
Rev. Hiroshi Kawasaki shares a story of his friend, Pastor Ichio Kishinami, who serves with Miyagi Mission Network among tsunami victims. He listens to victim's stories, gathers them together and teaches them h... Read more
Almost every Wednesday morning, my friend comes over for a few hours for Bible study and hanging out. A few weeks ago, we started reading through Mark together. It’s been really neat so far. She says things ... Read more
I know a lot of people move (the understatement of the year). I know there are many great reasons to move (educational and professional opportunities, being close to people you love, and following God’s call being some ... Read more
The Story is Not Over
This Easter weekend, we are waiting for Sunday. The cross has spoken; the lifeless body of Jesus lays in the tomb. To the disciples, it seems hopeless . . . but Sunday's coming. The story i... Read more
Happy Easter from all of us at Asian AccessPhoto from Asian Access Global Leaders' Summit in Chiang Mai, Thailand
We are grateful for you and for Jesus' love for us!
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Sienna North's first novel, inspired from Japan's March 11, 2011 Disaster
Sayaka Sato is an ordinary fifteen-year-old—until 2:46 pm on March 11, when an earthquake and tsunami strike Japan and rip her life into ... Read more
It has been two years since the March 11th disaster in Japan. Please continue to join us as we pray that God would heal the heart’s of those whose lives were effected by the disaster. Also please continue to pray that the Church would be filled with Holy Spirit and would be able to share the love and saving power of Jesus effectively...
Today, 3/11, we have felt the burden and the privilege of walking with our Ishinomaki friends through the remembrance and the pain of two years ago. We are thankful for so many who have joined across the world to pray with us. We posted messages and photos today up on the wall for everyone to...
Two years after the disaster and reconstruction is progressing in Tohoku but there is still a lot of work to do. One of our A2 colleagues (Garrett Inouye) and a co-worker with our partner church (Nozomi Maeda) put together this great update video about what is going on here in Miyagi Prefecture....