Japan has a great need.

 Having between 0.5% to 1.5% of professing Christians of any type, the Harvest truly is great, but the laborers are few (Matt. 9:37). Many have never
heard of Jesus Christ or what He has done for them.

The Japanese are cultured, polite, and respectful people, but are so lost! You may not be able to go physically tell them the gospel, but God has selected me, His servant, to do that very task.

I already have a good foundation in the Japanese language, in speaking, reading, and writing. While
evangelization and discipleship will be my foremost ambition, I would like to be involved in translating Christian helps books and resources into Japanese.

Would you consider partnering with me in the gospel work in Japan? Would you allow me to visit your church to share my burden and solicit workers in this needy part of the harvest? 

Ambitions For My Ministry In Japan:

Evangelism by way of developing personal relationships, passing out tracts, door-to-door, English classes, and other means.
Discipleship of new believers into a more
in-depth knowledge of our Lord, and into practical everyday Christian practices and ministry.
Assisting church planters, missionaries and/or nationals, in the ministry of the gospel.
Translation of various Christian resources and helps books into Japanese.