Japan Through Our Lens
We've made these short videos to give you a taste of things in Japan. This is a curated set. More are available on our Vimeo Channel. Feel free to download and use to encourage others for the vision here.
LOOKING AT JAPAN?
What does Japan look like to you? This is how we see it. This video gives a slice of our burden and vision for church planting work in Kawasaki. Come see Japan with us! [See More Video]
Testimony from Trouble. Mr. A tells how the 311 catastrophe in Japan led him through despair and anger to a first encounter with his Creator.
How can the beauty and tradition in Japanese culture be redeemed? Gospel music (including our choir) is blended with traditional drums.
Here's a slice of the church planting work in Kawasaki. People are being changed forever by the love and goodness of our Savior, Jesus.
The 311 disasters shook our world, but not our faith in a good God. "He is my rock and my salvation…I will never be shaken." Psalm 62:2
An overview of the work of our mission, Japan Baptist Fellowship, as we celebrate our 60th anniversary of ministry.
What does it look like when Japanese are freed from idolatry to worship the true God? Japanese original worship music from Okinawa.
Photo Galleries: “Say ‘Sushi’”
No need to come to Japan just to take photos. We've done it for you. Browse through some our galleries below to get an idea of life and ministry through our lens.
With thousands of years of history, Japan has intertwined its religious beliefs with its culture, tradition and distinctives as a people.
The March 11, 2011 earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear crisis changed the soul of northern Japan. Here is a review of the day in photos.
FIVE DAYS IN JAPAN
This is the place to start! If you are new to what things in Japan are like, or what we do here, then please take a few minutes to view these videos. These five 5-minute segments will give you a good overview of our life and ministry in Kawasaki. [Downloadable from our Vimeo Channel here.]
Hear Japan Worship
Here are some popular worship songs right now in Japan. Naturally, they are in Japanese, but you can enjoy the music nonetheless. Just click the play button.
Helps for Churches
Need a photo, bio sheet, promo video, or powerpoint slide for your church or small group? Please use these links to help fill those needs. Or just email us and request the information you are after.
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— William Borden, died in Egypt, age 25