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00017 00034One by one, the graduates received their official certificates, marking the successful completion of the two-year A2 Leader Development program in Bangladesh. Why is this significant?

These graduates are the first-ever class in Bangladesh, the first Islam-dominant country in which Asian Access


hugh-m-200x200Great news! The matching gift from the The Maclellan Foundation, Inc. has been extended to December 31, 2013. This campaign is targeted for church multiplication and leadership development in Japan. Every dollar designated toward this effort will be matched dollar for dollar if it is received before December 31, 2013. Please click here to double your gift.

When fully matched, The Maclellan Foundation, Inc. grant will become $400,000, which will give Asian Access the resources to...

Dancing to the A2 Tune 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" for leaders to be very serious, have no outside activities or interests, never take time for holiday or vacation, and basically work themselves to death...

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 how to pray to Jesus.

The seeds for church planting are phenomenal. Pastor Kishinami has now established...

Sienna North's first novel, inspired from Japan's March 11, 2011 Disaster

Red Sun Blue Earth


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 shreds. Sayaka is frantic to find her family, but first, she must survive...

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