- There are close to 2,000 missionaries listed in the JEMA (Japan Evangelical Missionary Association) Directory 2013. Each has a story to tell, a burden to share. Please pray for them and for the Japanese pastors in Japan
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Missionaries in Japan
After four long years of seeking the Lord’s provision and mobilizing prayer for Japan, we finally arrived in Sapporo, Japan, in November 2012! Praise the Lord! We are career missionaries with OMF International, currently in full-time Japanese language study. As our language skills progress, we can hardly wait to share Christ with the new friends the Lord is already giving us. We’re looking forward to ministering here through evangelism, church-planting, and discipleship. Thanks for praying for us, and for the Japanese. Let us know if you’d like to receive our prayer letters via email.
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We are John and Silvia Eisenmann, church planting missionaries with Project Amazon, sent from our church in Brazil to plant an international church in Japan. We have four sons, Antony, Samuel, Asher & Caleb. Our church plant is located in metropolitan Tokyo, focused on reaching young Japanese and international families. We use several strategies such as hosting our church service in a coffee shop, hosting a suicide and depression hotline, and doing everyone bilingual in English and Japanese.
Having moved to Japan in 2014, we are well established and integrated into local Japanese life, including our neighborhood and the local families through our children. Thanks you for praying with us!
You can find out more about us at www.johnandsilvia.com, or about our church at www.pazchurch.com.
Joey and Yisel Zorina have lived in Japan for many years together. After several years of serving in different capacities, they planted an international church called The Bridge Fellowship Tokyo in 2017 that seeks to reach the Japanese. The church engages with Jazz musicians, teachers, I.T engineers and everyone else in between. They are part of Redeemer City to City network of churches and Acts29 global family of church-planting churches. They are always looking for ways to partner and encourage younger men and women to serve with their team in Tokyo. You may reach out to them via their website: www.thebridgejapan.com and on www.facebook.com/joey.zorina