Japan (MNN) ― When Typhoon Wipha took aim at Japan's Fukushima region, people worried. No one has forgotten that the area suffered severe damage in the 2011 quake/tsunami/nuclear disaster. Meteorologists branded the monster storm as a "once in a decade event."

Today, there's a collective sigh of...

Fukushima bears a unique legacyJapan (MNN) ― Bad news keeps washing back on Japan's shorelines. The Tokyo Electric Power Company says roughly 300 tons of highly radioactive water has leaked from a storage tank at Fukushima.

The nuclear power station was the focus of the third part of Japan's nightmare in 2011, which


crowded Tokyo street Matching donation challenge to boost Japan church planting

Japan (MNN) -- “Japan has been the toughest soil in the world amongst unreached people groups: very difficult to make some progress for the Gospel. In fact, it’s been known as a ‘missionary’s graveyard,’” says Joe Handley, President of Asian Access (A2).

Only 2% of Japan holds to Christianity. The rest of the population...

Joe HandleyMNN's Katey Hearth talks to Joe Handley, President of Asian Access, about their $200,000 matching grant initiative and how it'll impact church planting in Japan.

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"We need a mighty force of prayer warriors around the world
praying for the people of Japan. And we are desperate for
people to go to Japan."

What specifically to pray for... More...

nozomi-project-a2.jpgBeauty from brokenness out of Japan

Japan (MNN) ― It has been more than two years since the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

International attention has since shifted focus to other more immediate disasters, but memory of the devastation by a three-fold horror remains a daily...

Japan (MNN) ― It has been two years since the March 11th disaster in Japan, and yet, from many accounts, a sense of heaviness remains hunkered down over northeast Japan.

The devastating earthquake and tsunami left nearly 19,000 people dead or missing, and


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