The conversation was fine to begin with. They were okay knowing that I am a Christian, but when it came to allegiance to the local shrine—things got tense.
When I started at OMF, my first responsibility as VP for Communications was to launch a new brand and walk the organization through a process of transition. (Sounds like fun, huh?)
When I tell people about my passion to reach and disciple Japanese men for Christ, I hear the same question: But how do you get to spend time with them? One answer is: by playing sports.
I will never forget the summer I spent in Asia in 2016 as an OMF Serve Asia worker. I first spent a month in Singapore working at KidZone, the children’s program during Orientation Course, which [...]
When Kyoko*, a young Japanese woman, arrived in Australia on a working holiday visa, she held an intense dislike for all religions, regarding them as cults who “brainwashed” their followers.