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Japanese Student Finds Christ through School

Five years ago, a Japanese student became a Christian while attending the International Christian Academy of Nagoya (ICAN). She joined the youth group at All Nations Fellowship and her family began attending church regularly, exploring Christianity. Two weeks ago, both parents placed their faith in Jesus Christ and the entire family was baptized. We praise God for His faithfulness in saving this family!

Missionaries serving with our Global Youth and Family Ministries (GYFM) see the ICAN school as a strategic place to get involved. Students are a mix of expatriates and Japanese, and only about half are Christians. Most do not come from Christian homes. Missionaries are nurturing the connection between the school and church and are encouraged that this creates natural opportunities for students and their families to build relationships with believers—and investigate Christianity. In a nation where it can take years for someone to come to faith, this is a tremendous opportunity.

GYFM is committed to reaching the nations and the next generation with the gospel of Christ. We have missionaries serving all over the world who are committed to the critical goal. Learn more at gyfm.org

Global Nagoya Tokyo Bay Global Japan May 26, 2016
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Pray for youth around the world to come to faith, and pray for missionaries who minister to the next generation. Young people often impact their whole familes for Christ.

Pray for Japanese college students wrestling with new faith. Pray that they would have the courage to give their lives to Christ and not fear their family's reaction.

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Pray for the relationships missionaries are developing with Japanese men and women. Pray for common interests and connections to be a bridge to the gospel.

Pray for the men and women in Japan who have been attending church to make a public commitment to Christ and to express their faith through baptism.

Please pray for the rebuliding efforts in Ishinomaki, Japan, and for church planting efforts in the region that have begun since the 2011 tsunami.

Pray for God to break through cultural barriers to draw Japanese men and women to Himself. And for God to call more missionaries to serve in Japan.

Pray that God would use our Japan teams to open the hearts of the Japanese to God’s presence and love for them.

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