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RJC Webinar 12-11-2015Reaching Japanese for Christ Webinar
December 11, 2015
John Mehn, Setsu Shimizu, Dennis PetersReports from Dennis Peters, RJC Director and John Mehn, CPI Leadership Team Chair, concerning the latest Japan CPI National Conference, and reports from Setsu Shimizu, JCFN North America Director, concerning the Global Returnees Conference. 12-11-2015Link
TakamizawaJapanese Culture and EvangelismDr. Eiko Takamizawa5 patterns of accepting Christianity 5-10-2016Link
ShigematsuSpiritual Formation and MinistryDr. Ken ShigematsuLife-Giving Rhythms 4-12Link
Webinar #4Culture Specific Evangelism Principles Which Can Revolutionize Your MissionDr. Daniel KikawaThe importance of culture specific evangelism. Webinar 5-31-2016Link
Webinar RJCCulture Specific Evangelism for Reaching JapaneseDr. Daniel KikawaHow to apply the principles of culture specific evangelism in our ministry for JapaneseLink
SiscoWebinarThe Undeniable Gospel for The JapaneseKent SiscoA simple way to share the gospel message with Kanji from the Bible. A Related PPT and TractLink
rjcwebinar-freedom-in-jesus-v3Freedom In Jesus For Japanese WomenAnne Crescini and Minako WilkinsonA presentation on shame and vulnerability and how these affect the friendships and relationships of Japanese women. Also, how they impact our ministry to women. RJC Webinar Handout- Minako Wilkinson
RJC Shame and Vulnerability--Anne Crescini Handout
rjcwebinar-freedom-in-jesus-v3#2 Freedom In Jesus For Japanese WomenAnne Crescini and Minako Wilkinson Our topic focuses on raising children, which includes the relationships between parent and child (especially the mother) and the part that shame and honor plays in teaching and disciplining kids.
RJC Children and Family
Equip Yourself to Prepare ReturneesSetsu Shimizu In order for us to be able to prepare the returnees before they return to Japan, we need to prepare, equip, and train ourselves so that we can serve them in the best way we can.
The Witness God Left In The Origins Of Chinese CharactersTim Boyle The “witness” God appears to have left in the makeup of numerous Chinese characters that were adopted by the Japanese is one touchpoint that can be used to help the Christian message seem more at home to Japanese.Link
Learning From Our Retired Japan MissionariesKropps, Schmidts, LeafsThe lessons shared here will be valuable for people preparing to go to JapanLink
Using Mentoring To Impact LivesMayumi PohlIn this webniar, you will discover how discipling, particularly mentoring, is key for spiritual growth and revival in Japan. Link
Five Stations to The Top Of Mt. Fuji (Key Stages in Relational EvangelismSylvia Ramquist Nov 30, 2017In the story of Jesus’ encounter with Zacchaeus, we can observe 5 stages of relational evangelism that apply to us as we seek more Japanese people becoming Christ followers.Link
Crossing The Cultural DivideAnne & Riz CresciniEvery culture has a worldview which determines how people think and interact with the people around them. A worldview is a mental map through which people interpret objective reality. Link
Breaking The Code For Effecting Evangelism In Japan Through Innovation and ContextualizationKen Taylor March 1, 2018This webinar will explore tried and proven principles for effective evangelism through innovation and contextualization. Link
Developing Points of Contact for Keeping a Community TogetherJim Tilus July 2, 2018During this webinar Jim will take us through the steps of making connections with students and developing points of contact for keeping a community together.Link
Developing Fruitful Friendships with JapaneseAndy Pearce, August 7, 2018Learn how authentic relationships with/among Japanese can lead to softened hearts and deep, transparent friendships. These friendships open the door to the experiencing of the Gospel and its power in both words and action. As lives are transformed and discipleship begins, the desire to serve others in the name of Jesus develops. Practical steps for developing fruitful ministry based on friendship will be discussed.
How to be an Effective Host Family for the LordWarren Griffith, 9/ 21/
Learn how you can help reach Japanese students for Christ in your area by hosting and befriending them. Link
The Perfect/Broken Diagram: Setting the Table for the GospelCam Caughlan, 11/6/18We live in a culture that increasingly moves away from viewing the gospel as being relevant to the well-being of society. And as the nations come to our streets as our neighbors, the religious notions they bring further dilute the gospel's potency. HOW do we reach our neighbors, co-workers, and family members that are affected by these cultural shifts? There's a powerful discussion tool that establishes the common ground of brokenness with our unbelieving friends, and puts their general worldview side-by-side with the Christian worldview to bridge the understanding gap, and "till the soil" for future productive spiritual discussion. Join this webinar to learn "The Perfect/Broken Diagram", and open the door to fruitful conversations with your neighbors and friends.Link
Homestay is a High Impact MinistryPerry Gibson, 10/3/18 Homestay is a very high impact ministry. We will discuss why that is the case and key components of successful hosting. The recent graduation speech of a young lady who lived with a loving Christian family for a year will illustrate the potential of hosting as ministry.Link
Discovery Bible StudyIan Downs, 1/8/19 Ian Downs will introduce an approach to discipleship that is transforming the way we reach spiritual seekers with the Word of God. Discovery Bible Study is designed to be Simple, Biblical, and Reproducible, so that from the very beginning we are discipling disciple makers. Link
Equipping Lay LeadersBob Drews, 3/4/19Anyone working with Japanese Christians who has tried to develop leaders recognizes there are unique cultural challenges. While there are no silver bullet solutions, this seminar will discuss some of the barriers and suggest approaches to lay leadership development among Japanese Christians.