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Contributing Authors

A compilation of posts from various blogs and columnists around the A2 community... Because Asian Access operates in ten countries across Asia, some posts may be about our ministry beyond Japan. But most of these posts are particular to Japan.

rr profileRobert & Roberta Adair are contributors to go2japan and are serving as Missional Partners at Shiogama Bible Baptist Church in Miyagi. Robert also serves as Missionary Director for Asian Access/Japan. Their desire is to come alongside the church in Japan and be an encouragement to it in sharing the love of Christ. Together, they write about life in Japan and missionary work there with Asian Access/SIM USA and their stories sometimes appear on their own blog, Adair Update...


baumans 2015Gary & Barbara Bauman have been missionaries to Japan with Asian Access since 1988. Gary is the former editor of Japan Harvest magazine and focuses his time now developing strategic print and digital ministry resources that enhance Kingdom advance. Barbara leads and trains mothers to lead parenting classes. Visit their staff profile here and their website https://garyandbarbara.com for more info.


browns 2015Dan & Casi Brown have served with Asian Access since 2012 and have ministered in Rifu, Japan at Oasis Chapel. They are disciples of Jesus Christ, humbled to serve Him in Japan. Love to surf and play soccer. Their stories are written primarily for their blog: http://www.brownsinjapan.com


takamotos 350Sue Takamoto has lived in Zimbabwe, New Jersey, Indiana, Washington, D.C., and Pasadena, but Japan is home for her family. They love being in Japan with their four children — having adopted all of them while living there. They are working with Asian Access/SIM USA to make disciples in Japan. A year after the Great Japan Disaster in 2011, God called the Takamotos to move up to the city of Ishinomaki. Sue and Eric met at Fuller, and went together to Japan in 2001. They lived in Sendai for two years, and then spent the next 8 or so years in the Kobe/Osaka area before moving up north. These posts are about my life, full of surprises, joys, challenges, relationships, and amazing children! Full of encounters with God... found at: www.takameter.com


A2 logoThis section contains blog posts made by a variety of guest writers—A2/SIM USA staff serving in Japan, recently returned alumni, and even pre-field candidates. Contributors include: Erik Boehme, Tim Clark, Faith De La Cour, Nozomi Imanishi, Kent Muhling, Elliott Snuggs, Takeshi Takazawa, Dorrie Takazawa, Raymund To, Mary Jo Wilson, Michael Wilson, Dee Wirz and several others.


joe-2010-smallJoe Handley is the President of Asian Access. He is married to wife Silk and they have two daughters and a son. Joe joined Asian Access in 2008 and loves traveling to hear the stories firsthand of A2's impact, and sharing those stories with our ministry partners who enable Asian Access to function. Here are some of his posts to highlight the impact of Asian Access. Hopefully you'll be encouraged to get involved in this ministry by prayer, giving and maybe even going!


Jeff JohnstonJeff Johnston is the founder of go2japan. He has been serving with Asian Access since 1987, having first gone to Japan immediately after graduating from college. Currently the Vice President for Advancement & Communications at Asian Access, he works on writing, video, websites, photography, corporate identity, advancement and A2's social media presence. These are some of the articles he has written for Asian Access as well as his own website (JohnstonJournal.com), which is currently offline due to security reasons as he works in an undisclosed A2 country.


Yoshiya HariYoshiya Hari serves as the National Director of Asian Access Japan. Rev. Hari also is the senior pastor of Saikyo Nozomi Chapel, within the Keisen Christ Church denomination.


kawasaki川崎先生のブローグ - Hiroshi Kawasaki has served as Director of JCGI Network since 1996. He has been pastoring Japanese churches for over 50 years. His current church, Yamagata Christian Fellowship was planted in 1996 as a part of the first Asian Access church multiplication network.


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