Mid Term Options


What does this assignment involve? Learning a new culture. Teaming with other believers. Worshiping with them. Serving under a Japanese pastor. Making new friends in the community. Sharing Christ with them. Linking them to the church. Using your gifts, abilities and interests. Making disciples. Trusting God to build His church...


ministry opportunities to serve


Japan: Hungry for Christ's Love

How can you impact this nation with tremendous sociological and spiritual needs? North Americans are uniquely qualified to reach the Japanese. Why?

First, our own society is growing more Postmodern, losing any absolutes we once held dear. Takeshi Takazawa, a national leader has said:

In many ways, Japan's mindset compares well to typical Postmodernism, and it has been that way long before we came up with the 'Postmodern' label."

Second, Japan is similar to the West in that it is an affluent nation where money can't buy peace. Symptoms of this spiritual vacuum are obvious -- social turmoil in every city, suicide at all-time highs, scandals are commonplace, traditional religions on the decline.

As a result, there's a hunger for Christ's love that you can bring!

God may use you to help draw this strategic Asian nation to Himself. Are you ready to be used by Him?


Various Ministry Lengths


Short-Term and Long-Term Mission Trips to Japan

There are four ministry programs, depending on the length you can serve:


For more info about any of these service opportunities, keep reading on this site.


Alumni Speak Out...

Ken Fong"I’ve not only helped send our people to Japan through Asian Access, but I went with them myself. Asian Access is doing great things for God in Asia."

Dr. Ken Uyeda Fong
Podcaster, Asian America Podcast; Former Senior Pastor, Evergreen Baptist Church of Los Angeles

Lessons from the Mission Field

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