From the President

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At the midway point in this ministry year, here is a compilation of some of the stories we’ve been reporting. We trust you will be encouraged by the progress of the work, inspired by the hope these leaders possess, and compelled to come alongside in practical ways.

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Joe Handley, President
Asian Access

FRESH FRUIT - ASIA

preachingWork of Reproducing Disciple-Making Leaders
Joe shares from Cambodia that the more sustainable work over the long haul is investing in small groups who will walk faithfully and repro­duce what they have been learning.  Read more…

 

 

praying pastorsThe A2 Attraction
One participant shared about A2’s attraction: “We learned how to have a deep, love relationship with God. We learned how to spend time with God, to enjoy prayer, to just enjoy being with Jesus. We learned how we could serve God without our families having to be sacrificed. … And we learned how to prioritize, how to use our time well—how to discern God’s strategic will for our ministries. The results, in terms of fruitful ministry in our country, have been phenomenal.” Read more…

 

 


 

FRESH FRUIT – EAST ASIA

 


 

FRESH FRUIT – SOUTH ASIA

simple loveSimple Love Trumps Volatility
Mission Network News reports on the heart of an A2 participant, whose love motivates him to reach out toward the unreachable in a neighboring country.  Read more…

 

 


 

LESSONS FOR LIFE

 


 

MARKETPLACE: FAITH & MISSION

meeting to learnWhat A2 Does for Pastors, I Would Pay You to Do for Me!
Asian Access announces it will be launching prototypes in leader development among business professionals as a logical extension of their existing vision. Read more…

 

 


 

STANDING BY “THE PERSECUTED”

in chainsThe Character of Persecution
A2 leaders are being developed into a generation that is making disciples, planting churches, helping street children, working in the gar­bage dumps, establishing orphanag­es, and working with those suffering from human trafficking. However, progress like this doesn’t come without resistance. There have been recent flare-ups of fear and resent­ment of the growth of the Church in Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim, and/ or animistic areas. Another com­mon denominator between these countries is one-party dictatorships that have replaced any semblance of representative government. As these issues ebb and flow with events, political climate, and other things, so too does persecution. Read more…

 

 

More Stories

For a copy of this report, download the PDF here.


 


Rev. Joseph W. Handley, Jr.  |  President

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Joe joined Asian Access as president in 2008 and has logged many miles traveling across the Asian continent. One thing he has learned is to platform other leaders. In this blog, he hopes to share some of their stories that will encourage you to engage with Asian Access that strives to change the few, who change the many.

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