Media program disciples budding church in Japan.

By September 7, 2006

Japan (MNN)–The life of a typical Japanese is wrapped up in rituals of Shinto and Buddhist religion. To change that is to reject the culture and heritage in many minds.

The result is that the average church in Japan has 30 members. Back to the Bible’s Japanese ministry, BJapan, is working to teach and encourage isolated Japanese Christians who are hungry for God’s Word.

Over 1.3 million cable radio subscribers, from Hokkaido in the north to Okinawa in the south, have access to the quality Christian programming available through BJapan.

BJapan’s web site, www.bjapan.jp, offers content with the goal of drawing listeners deeper into the Word.

This media outreach aims to serve and strengthen the local church while proclaiming the Gospel through every high-tech means available.

A recent workshop addressed the topics process towards discipleship and roadblocks to spiritual maturity. More seminars are planned.

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