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New President Announced for Asian Access

[Click here for a video introduction to Joe Handley.]

Joseph W. Handley, Jr. to lead Asian Access into fifth decade

GLENDORA, CALIFORNIA (A2) | June 16, 2008

President Joe Handley
Joe Handley becomes the fourth president of Asian Access in its 41-year history. The new president starts on June 30, 2008.

Asian Access, an evangelical mission organization announced today that its board of directors has named Joseph W. Handley, Jr., 43, as the organization’s fourth president, set to begin June 30, 2008.

The board of directors noted Joe Handley’s tremendous missions experience and abilities as key factors in their decision. Chairman Ron McMahon stated:

“The board of directors was unanimous. We really like this man that God has brought to us. One of the key factors for the board was to find a person that had the right chemistry for Asian Access—that he and his wife Silk would fit well with the staff family—as well as the capabilities for the role. We feel God has clearly blessed us with Joe Handley.”

Handley has served for nearly a decade as Associate Pastor of Outreach at Rolling Hills Covenant Church (, a large evangelical church in Southern California committed to sharing the Gospel both locally and globally. During his tenure, the church planted several churches in the region and overseas, developed a local compassion ministry, and the number of missions participants nearly doubled. Previously, Handley established the Office of World Mission at Azusa Pacific University (Azusa, California), which mobilized hundreds of college students for global mission trips.

At its May 13 meeting, the Asian Access board extended the invitation to Joe Handley, and after carefully considering the call, Handley accepted the new post. In a family letter to Asian Access staff dated June 7, Handley wrote:

[Continue reading article... | Media Page...]

New Book Aimed at Japanese Business People

Asian Access board member Toshio Maehara examines OT leaders to share principles of business

TOKYO, JAPAN (A2) | December 3, 2007

Pastor Toshio Maehara
Toshio Maehara has just published a new book about biblical principles of business.

Toshio Maehara released his new book today at a dinner celebration in downtown Tokyo sponsored by publisher Word Of Life Press. The book, entitled "Business Principles From The Bible," explores seven Old Testament leaders to share important lessons with this fairly unreached segment of the Japanese population. OT businessmen studied are Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, Solomon and Job.

Maehara, a Japanese businessman himself, serves as president of Maehara & Associates based in southern California. In addition, he is founding pastor of Gospel Venture International Church (Torrance, CA) and brings this unique blend of pastoring and business experience into his writing.

Among his many roles, Pastor Maehara is also a valued member of the Asian Access board of directors.

[A2 Resource Page... | English overview of book from Word Of LIfe Press/Japan...]

Rev. Reiji Oyama Retires As JCGI Board Chairman

Long-time chair of Japan Church Growth Institute retires from board

Dr. Reiji Oyama
Dr. Reiji Oyama steps down as JCGI board chair after 20+ years of service. Dr. Paul Ariga has replaced him as chair.

SHIZUOKA, JAPAN (A2) | November 26, 2007

In Shizuoka, Japan, the annual gathering of JCGI Networks (formerly Japan Church Growth Institute) was the stage for an important figure in Japan Christianity to step down from his post as Chairman of the Board. Rev. Reiji Oyama had served as Board Chair for over twenty years, taking over from Rev. Hatori. He continues as Senior Pastor of Bible Christ Church in downtown Tokyo.

Long-time Vice Chairman Rev. Paul Ariga becomes the new Chair of JCGI Networks. Dr. Ariga also serves as President of The All Japan Revival Mission.


Public Statement: For Immediate Release (09.30.07)

Bruce Johnson Assumes Interim Presidency

New Asian Access Leader Continues Mission and Vision of Developing Leaders and Multiplying Churches

GLENDORA, CALIFORNIA (A2) | September 30, 2007

Bruce R. Johnson is Asian Access' VP for Leadership Development and becomes Interim President on October 1, 2007.

Bruce R. Johnson is set to become the 4th president of Asian Access. At its June 5 meeting, the Asian Access board named Johnson as Interim President, effective October 1, 2007. Johnson, who joined the organization in 2004, serves as Vice President for Leadership Development. He will carry both roles and responsibilitie, which include overseeing the design and implementation of the Asian Access leader development model across twenty countries of Asia.

Johnson said, "I am eager to take on this new role at this time. The mission and vision of Asian Access have crystallized to the point that everyone in this organization understands where God is leading us. We have excellent people in the right places.  But we need more resources to continue moving this ministry forward with momentum across Asia." [more...]

Asian Access Wins 2007 Standard of Excellence WebAward earns second consecutive non-profit award

WebAward 2007GLENDORA, CALIFORNIA (A2) | September 21, 2007

For the second straight year, Asian Access ( has received the Standard of Excellence award in the Non-Profit category in the Web Marketing Association's eleventh annual WebAward Competition for Web site development.

" was developed as a gateway for North American Christians to partner with the Church in Asia to extend God's Kingdom," says Jeff Johnston, Vice President for Communications at Asian Access. "We are humbled that our efforts have again been recognized by... [more...]

More Missionaries Sent to Japan

Elizabeth Crabtree Set to Leave for Okinawa

JAPAN (A2) - Septemer 1, 2007

Asian Access announced that Elizabeth Crabtree will be heading out in a few days to Okinawa, Japan to join a church planting network project and help a church to multiply. As a Church Planting Associate Elizabeth will serve one church in the network, but also be a part of a team of church planting missionaries assisting six churches. There is much growth in the churches in Okinawa.

Johnstons Deployed to Tokyo

JAPAN (A2) - August 21, 2007

Asian Access announced that Jeff & Nozomi Johnston and their two children, Zack and Ellie have landed safely in Japan on August 21. Jeff serves as VP for Communications, and the couple hopes to contribute to the church multiplication movement in Japan. On the local level, the family will be helping Japanese to plant a church in NW Tokyo.


Public Statement: For Immediate Release (06.12.07)

Asian Access President Plans to Step Down in September; Interim President Named.

Rev. S. Douglas BirdsallDouglas Birdsall resigns to focus on Lausanne movement

GLENDORA, CA (A2) - June 12, 2007

Asian Access, an evangelical mission organization announced today that the organization’s third president, Rev. S. Douglas Birdsall, will be stepping down on September 30, 2007.

Birdsall, who assumed the position in 1991, is also the Executive International Chair of the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization (LCWE). He cited the need to focus exclusively on Lausanne movement as the primary reason for stepping down as president of Asian Access. However, he will continue on as an Asian Access missionary, seconded to LCWE and will also continue as a member of the Asian Access board of directors. [more...]

Chapins arrive in Japan

JAPAN (A2) - June 4, 2007

Asian Access is pleased to report that Craig & Yumiko Chapin have been deployed to Japan, arriving on June 3. The Chapins will spend their first term working with Christ Bible Institute / Christ Bible Seminary in Nagoya to train lay church members and Japanese pastors.


Asian Access celebrates 40th anniversary

Asian Access partners gather in Malaysia to celebrate 40 years of ministry.

MALAYSIA (Mission Network News) - March 28, 2007

It started in Japan in 1967 as the Language Institute for Evangelism. It later became LIFE Ministries. Now it's known as Asian Access.

A2|40th AnniversaryAsian Access has gathered more than 150 of their workers from across Asia to celebrate what God has done. Speaking from Malaysia, the President of Asian Access Doug Birdsall says the growth has been phenomenal. "Over the course of the past 40 years the ministry has grown from Japan to reach across Asia. And we've got all of our people here from Japan across to India, from Mongolia in the North to Sri Lanka in the south."

While they're excited about the number of people turning to Christ and the number of churches planted, Birdsall says challenges in the form of persecution are growing, especially in areas like...

[keep reading... or LISTEN to 4.5 minute mp3 of radio broadcast]

>> Related: A2|40th Anniversary!

    Find out more about our recent celebration in Malaysia, held March 25-29, 2007. [more]

Asian Access @ Urbana Student Missions Convention

We've got some interesting stuff geared to Urbana '06 delegates:

Outsourcing to India presents outreach opportunities

INDIA (Mission Network News) - March 8, 2007

Outsourcing telemarketing, technical support and other call center activities from North America and Europe to India has created an economic boon for the country.

David Dayalan  

David Dayalan

serves as Regional Coordinator for A2/North India


Gurgaon, a satellite city of New Delhi, is just one area that's thriving. Buildings are going up quickly and drawing many young employees. They've become the focus of outreach for Asian Access trained pastors.

Speaking from India, Asian Access' David Dayalan, says it's a 'call center culture.' "It been the past five years since we've had the call center culture. In fact, those of us who are based in an urban setting, all of us have been trying all ways (and) methods to..."

[keep reading... or LISTEN to 4.5 minute mp3 of radio broadcast]

Japan church planting faces unique challenges

JAPAN (Mission Network News) - December 27, 2006

Japan broke two postwar taboos last week, as its Parliament voted to bring patriotism back into the classroom and to expand the status and mission of its military forces. These are efforts to rebuild national pride and end six decades of constitutionally enforced pacifism.

Peter Thomson  
Peter Thomson serves as Director of Missionary Personnel in Japan  

It's unclear what this will mean for the church, in Japan, but many are hoping it teaches them to be bold in their faith.

Director of Missionary Personnel in Japan for Asian Access is Peter Thomson. He says that pacifism affects the church. "Many churches have a very 'survival' mentality..."

[keep reading... or LISTEN to 4.5 minute mp3 of radio broadcast]

Political Changes Highlight Spiritual Changes; Asian Access provides connection
for the Church in Nepal

God is doing a special work in Asia through nationals with hearts to spread the Gospel.

NEPAL (Mission Network News) - December 27, 2006

Bruce Johnson  
Bruce Johnson serves as VP for Leadership Development  

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."

[keep reading... or LISTEN to 4.5 minute mp3 of radio broadcast]

Letter to a Faculty Member


"I want to give you a little report on what happened to close the week's training following your excellent teaching. The pastors you taught decided that they wanted to pray about these things that they had heard during the week. The exciting thing for me was that leader after leader had listed on his paper items that had been raised by your teaching. Lots of concern for marriage and family health and oneness... [more]

Asian Access strategic ministry highlighted by Mission Network News  

Pro-active evangelism vision takes on fast growing church in Asia.

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 ]

A2 Video PlayerA2:Redefined

A2:Redefined Released!

Asian Access launches flash-based video player to highlight new DVD

Check out some clips from our brand new DVD "A2:RE:DEFINED," featuring the new documentary, "Missions: Redefined."

Go now! >>

Asian Access wins 2007 "Standard of Excellence" WebAward  

Asian Access wins Standard of Excellence Award

2007 non-profit WebAward given to

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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MengAun & Rady Hour

Unity in Cambodia

Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA

Last November, Asian Access has graduated its first class of participants in Cambodia. These new graduates have bonded with one another over the last two years. Despite denominational differences, they have planned numerous several joint activities... [more]

Jeffery & Akiko Sonnenberg7th Church Joins Church Planting Network in Okinawa

OKINAWA, JAPAN | Jeffery & Akiko Sonnenberg, Church Planting Missionaries

Good reports are emerging about the churches in the new Okinawa church planting network. The second network will bring more churches, but fewer missionaries together for this venture. The vision for church multiplication is growing in Okinawa! Pastors boldly want to multiply their churches to reach Japan and Asia for Christ. Several of the network pastors come with experience in birthing daughter churches and their desire is to learn and improve what their churches are already doing. Others come with a desire to see their churches multiply. And the network is growing. A seventh church has just joined!

>> [Related: Podcast of Jeffery's story... Hearing God's Call]

Tim ClarkThe Time Has Come

SAPPORO, JAPAN | Tim Clark, Hokkaido Area Leader

Rev. Hiroshi Kawasaki [National Director, Asian Access/Japan] and I met with the pastoring couple of a cell church in Sapporo to discuss the formation of our next church multiplication network in Hokkaido. This church was planted thirty years ago and transitioned to cell groups through Asian Access 11 years ago. This couple is very interested in not just being a part of the network but even playing a leadership role. The pastor shared, 'I've heard Pastor Kawasaki talk about these Church Multiplication networks for years. But we have been pouring all our energy into developing cells locally. But now, the time has come to move forward with Asian Access to develop a CM network!"

>> [Related: Missionaries Using Alpha in Japan]

Eric & Sue TakamotoFive (More) Reasons Why We Are Here in Japan

SANDA, JAPAN | Eric & Sue Takamoto, Kansai Area Leaders

We've added five more items to our list of 15 reasons why we're here:

1) Japan continues to be a country of major influence among world powers, yet without any strong moral compass to guide them. 2) The family in Japan is falling apart. 3) Japanese youth are in trouble. 4) Japanese people are hungry to know God. 5) God continues to call us to be here, and to equip us for the task.

>> [Related: Takamotos' website:]

Japan Stories podcast"Japan Stories" Podcast Available on iTunes®


Japan Stories features brief stories and even some video from Asian Access missionaries serving in Japan. Get the latest on life in Japan, being a missionary, and opportunities with Asian Access. Laugh with us. Cry with us. Best of all, come to Japan and join us!

>> Latest Story: 3 R's of Sharing Christ [02.03.07] - with Takeshi Takazawa!

More >>

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Asian Access missionary Scott Parrish shares in this CBN News report on Japan  

Japan: Filling the God Vacuum

A Report from CBN News

TOKYO (CBN News) - December 18, 2006

By Sarah Pollak

Contrary to popular belief, Japan is far from being a "reached" country with a growing, vibrant church. In fact, Japan has fewer baptized believers in Jesus Christ than some Muslim countries.

Christianity in Japan has faced an uphill battle for hundreds of years. Religious freedom didn't come to the island nation until around the time of America's civil war.

[keep reading... or WATCH video segment ]

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BBC's Asia-Pacific Headlines

The nuclear power plant at Kashiwazaki, Japan - 17/07/2007 Nuclear safety fears after quake
Officials at a Japanese nuclear power station damaged by an earthquake report 50 separate malfunctions.

Christopher Hill US upbeat ahead of N Korea talks
US nuclear envoy Christopher Hill expresses optimism ahead of 6-party talks on N. Korean disarmament.

A brick kiln in Shanxi, China, which employs paid workers Convictions in China slave trial
One man is sentenced to death and 28 jailed for involvement in a slave labour scandal in northern China.


Experts seek to save rare turtle
Indonesia faces new airline ban
India concerned over Haneef
Tamil Tiger suspects granted bail
'Threat' to EU-Burma embargo
Indonesia volcano alert lowered
Haneef 'will remain behind bars'


Butterfly shows evolution at work
Japan typhoon Man-yi kills three
S Korean ship 'sinks off Iran'
Forbidden City Starbucks closes
Manila terror law draws criticism
Beijing suspends US meat imports
Hmong leader released on bail
Indian doctor in UK plot charge


S Korean rates at six-year high

Japanese interest rates on hold


Australia farmers' drought strain
N Korea: Questions answered
Japan/China: Children's views


The Philippines' uneasy truce
Civil suit filed against Suharto
Paying in pig tusks in Vanuatu
Howard's resolve on Iraq


BBC's South Asia Headlines

Pakistan bombing Bomber targets Pakistan lawyers
At least 12 die in a suicide attack on a rally which was to be addressed by Pakistan's top judge, police say.

Mahinda Rajapaksa Lanka president attacks 'cowards'
The Sri Lankan president blames the Tamil Tigers for killing a senior official in the east of the island.

Osama Bin Laden (image courtesy of IntelCenter) Al-Qaeda 'stepping up US efforts'
Al-Qaeda is intensifying its efforts to put operatives into the US, a US intelligence report says.


India fears over Haneef custody
Tamil Tiger suspects granted bail
Remains of French climbers found
Fire at Calcutta telephone office


Police arrest Bangladeshi ex-PM
Nepal king 'still to get money'
'Promiscuous men' fuel India HIV
India suspect gets Australia bail
EU halts WTO's India alcohol case
Nepal's Maoists register as party
Maid's clemency papers are filed
'Threat' to EU-Burma embargo
Bin Laden clip in internet film
India in climate change move
'Indian register' for pregnancies
Senate doubles Bin Laden reward


New clients boost Infosys profits


India's muckraking poll
Musharraf and the militants
Bangladesh emergency
Inside the Red Mosque
Mumbai marks grim anniversary
Musharraf siege consequences
The hidden plight of Asian women
Where Bihar leads India

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Bangladesh    > country profile

Bangladesh pressed on UN expert

Jail for Bangladeshi businessman

Election protests grip Bangladesh

Bangladesh blockade is called off

Bangladesh's energy dilemma

Thousands march in Dhaka protest

Japan makes agreement to invest in Dhaka

Bhutan    > country profile

Bhutan king visits I ndia to push economic ties

Brunei    > country profile

Lavish birthday for Brunei ruler

Cambodia    > country profile

Fears for Khmer Rouge trials

Khmer Rouge 'butcher' Ta Mok dies at 80

C hina    > country profile

Students go on rampage in C hina

Rural C hina's suicide problem

C hinese industrial output slows

C hina urges trade talks revival

C hina wakes up to human trade

Typhoon toll rises in south C hina

Church official: believers free to worship

C hina hosts first ever Buddhism forum

View pictures from World Buddhist Forum

I ndia    > country profile

Doubts over India's Aids figures

India cell phone curbs welcomed

India school 'rejects' HIV pupils

Man charged over Mumbai deaths

US fallout on nuclear deal

'Miracles' boost Indian Christians

Report: AIDS 'could hit' I ndia's growth

India's Sri Lankan predicament

India 'has most people with HIV'

Indonesia    > country profile

Tsunami siren stirs anger in Aceh

Indonesians ignorant of flu risk

Aceh election experiences

Indonesian jailed over Bali plot

Aceh peace deal, one year on

Bali bombers to appeal execution

Java tsunami death toll increases

In Pictures: Java Tsunami

Pacific Tsunami Warning Center

Japan    > country profile

Japan's elderly are urged to work

Japan/C hina: Children's views

Japan to get 400,000 Wii units

Abe watched on nuclear debate

Washington Post Examines Ob-Gyn Shortage

Japan plans to curb suicide... yet again

North Korea    > country profile

North Korea 'test-fires missiles'

Japan bans luxuries for N Korea

US move to restart N Korea talks

North Korea rejects calls for talks

Japan anxious over North Korea launch

South Korea    > country profile

Samsung eyes big rise in TV sales

S Korea bid to solve sea dispute

US, S. Korea to seek broad security meeting in KL

Malaysia    > country profile

Malaysia's tourism bid

Malaysians charged over murder

Malaysia faith forum to defy mob

Malaysia's Top Court to decide if Muslims can leave Islam without Shariah approval


Mongolia    > country profile

U.S. company plans casino in Mongolia

Mongolian Government update 01.31.06

Mongolian Government Dissolved 01.13.06

Myanmar    > country profile

Burma accused of holding neighbors hostage

Life under Burma's military regime

N epal    > country profile

Nepal's street children

Everest records divide opinions

US official to begin Nepal visit

Nepal king in rare public speech

Nepal protest over missing rebels

Nepal seeks food aid from donors

Head of Nepal's army steps down

Nepal mulls UN peace process role

Nepal ruler restores parliament

Dozens injured in N epal clashes

Opposition and rebels prepare for national strike

N epal Army on 'Major' Offensive

CRISIS PROFILE: What’s going on in Nepal?

Nepal Insurgency

Killings Overshadow Nepalese Elections

The Philippines    > country profile

US gives Filipino informants $10m

New violence in south Philippines

Oil spill threatens Philippines

Filipinos freed in Nigeria

President Gloria Arroyo has emphasised economic issues in her annual speech to the nation.

Philippines' death penalty debate

Hundreds Missing, Feared Dead in Massive Philippines Mudslide 02.17.06

Singapore    > country profile

Airbus contracts with Singapore Airlines for 29 passenger jets

Sri Lanka    > country profile

Blast derails train in Sri Lanka

Court halts expulsion of Tamils

Police evict Tamils from Colombo

Fears for Sri Lanka human rights

Sri Lanka youth 'seized to fight'

Protest over Tamil MP's killing

Murdered Tamil MP's funeral held

Sri Lankan troops take key town

Tamil activist killed in Colombo

Tamil Tigers reject EU monitors appeal

India's Sri Lankan predicament

Sri Lanka calls for peace talks

Three dead in Sri Lanka ambush

Discipline, death and martyrdom

Foes 'agree to talks'

Taiwan    > country profile

Taiwan ex-leader in shrine visit

Taiwan alarm at Costa Rica move

Taipei mayor 'in expense error'

Taiwan debates economy future

Thailand    > country profile

Thailand investigates drugs war

Thaksin's home town reflects
Thai farmer: 'Thaksin helped us'

Lifting the lid on Thai insurgents

Thai king agrees to new election date

Thaksin quietly resumes some Thai PM duties

Vietnam    > country profile

Vietnam off US religion blacklist

Vietnam's free trade future

Vietnam and U.S. reach deal on WTO

Vietnamese PM names his successor

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