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10 March 2010

Japaner erreichen

Es geht nur gemeinsam. Einheimische Christen und Missionare müssen zusammenarbeiten. Damit Japaner Christen werden. Frei werden. Hoffnung gewinnen. Bist du dabei?

(This is Hand in Hand – Below the Surface in German)

Shut In | Japan: Below the Surface (German Subtitles)

Hikikomori sind Jugendliche, die sich für Monate und Jahre in ihrem Zimmer einschliessen. Sie haben panische Angst vor anderen Menschen, dem Gesellschaftsdruck und den damit verbundenen Erwartungen. Kann der christliche Glaube solchen Menschen helfen? (This is Shut In - Below the Surface with German Subtitles)

Live to Work | Japan: Below the Surface (German Subtitles)

Japan is famous for its productivity making it a very rich nation. But what is the real cost of this relentless devotion to companies and the economy? (German subtitled)

More from the Japan Blog

Christmas brings gospel opportunities in Japan

You can't preach here . . . or can you? There are places in Japan that you can't preach, but you can bake cakes. At Christmas time Renate teaches people how to make Stollen, while it bakes she and her husband share the gospel.

Celebrating Christmas without Jesus in Japan

This missionary found Christmas being celebrated at a local Shrine—without Christ. Christmas in Japan is a fun time—dominated by commercial bling—with little connection to Christ or his church.

Reaching the nations in Japan

It is said that the number of foreign Christians in Japan is almost the same as the number of Japanese Christians, only a small number of those are missionaries. What's God doing in Japan?