Read Good Books

Books on Japan Ministry 1) Unseen Face of Japan – Dr. David Lewis’s excellent and well-researched understanding of the folk religion of Japanese culture and how the gospel can be relevantly shared with Japanese. This is a book that will be a valuable asset for anyone reaching Japanese. You will…

Continue reading

New Church Planting Book

NEW BOOK Planting Church that Reproduce by Joel Comiskey (2009).  This small book is easy to read and full of practical help on “Starting a Network of Simple Churches.”  Only 1,200 yen!  Just place your order with JEMA by calling 03-3295-1949 emailing at cpi2009conf@jema.org.  The first part of the book…

Continue reading

CPI Conference is Japanese Friendly

Very few Japanese attended the CPI National Conference until we began Japanese interpretation in 1998.  Now for CPI events 30-70% of those in attendance are Japanese.  Conference main sessions are bilingual Japanese and English with Japanese and English presenters. Core Training and Elective Topics are in Japanese along with the…

Continue reading

Reasons to Attend

Only 28,000 yen for two nights and six meals at Hamayou Resort Lake Saiko! We have added an optional Pre-conference Day (Tue Nov 10) to better refresh and equip you. Join with missionaries, tentmakers, Japanese pastors, and workers from dozens of organizations from regions all over Japan and the world…

Continue reading

CPI Conference Makes Japanese Press

For your Japanese friends there was a cover article on the CPI Conference in the Revival Shimbun for 11/25.  This article  including material on Church Planting Networks and also an article on Mitsuo Fukudas contrast between Elephant and Rabbit Churches. The Christian Shimbun will have a page 2 article in…

Continue reading

Survey Says!

With one month more still left for people to register for the Japan 2007 CPI National Conference, we have taken a look at those who registered up to this point: Over 280 adults coming (but keep telling your friends – some more room) Over 50 kids coming (should mushroom) Over…

Continue reading