God is doing a special work in Asia through nationals with hearts to spread the Gospel.
Nepal has seen incredible political changes in the past year. Last April, the country went from an absolute monarchy to a constitutional democratic government, moving from the world's only Hindu kingdom to a secular nation. In November, the government and the Maoist rebels brokered a peace treaty to end over a decade of civil war.
"These kinds of changes happening across that region (are) just phenomenal," says Bruce Johnson with Asian Access, "and again it's without tremendous civil wars just upheaving those countries, but allowing basically a fairly peaceful turnover into a democratic society."
Asian Access in the News
Asia (MNN) -- 85-percent of the world's unbelievers live in Asia. As the Gospel penetrates, the church is growing faster than leaders can be trained. That has resulted in cults and heresies.
Asian Access' Doug Birdsall says four decades ago, they recognized the potential of the Asian church body and began making an investment in the future of the church in Asia. "This is a microcosm of the global church, as we now know it. The idea was to connect them, to develop them, to inspire them, to resource them as the next generation of leaders in the... [keep reading... or LISTEN to 4.5-minute MP3 of radio broadcast ]
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Asian Access wins Standard of Excellence Award
2007 non-profit WebAward given to AsianAccess.org
Asian Access has been recognized for the second straight year by the Web Marketing Association for its high Standard of Excellence award in the Non-Profit category in the Web Marketing Association's eleventh annual WebAward Competition for Web site development.
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Japan: Filling the God Vacuum
A Report from CBN News
By Sarah Pollak