Why Japan? Japan is a nation that is monetarily rich but spiritually poor. This has impacted Japanese of all ages causing loneliness, isolation, suicide, and hopelessness to be prevalent throughout the nation.
I have been serving as a missionary in Tokyo since 2011. At the end of 2021 I became part of a team that, from 2023, is pioneering and building new ministries in Otaru, Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan.
My passion and mission is to bring the light and hope of Jesus into the lives of the Japanese, that they may know that in him there is hope, life, and relationship and that he will never leave nor forsake them.
• Community (building relationships and reaching out through cafe events and volunteering)
• Youth (discipleship, building and growing their relationship and identity in Christ and in turn imparting
hope of life)
• Families (mothers and children are primarily on my heart but I also want to help teach and encourage
Godly, healthy family units)
• Worship Ministry (street worship outreach as well as planting a worship/prayer/healing ministry called
Living Room, which I was a part of and led in Tokyo)
There is so much that burns in my heart for the Japanese and I’m excited to be a part of what the Lord is doing in this nation.
I would like to encourage you to join what the Lord is starting in Otaru and Japan by praying and financially supporting me in this mission.