Strategic Partnership

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Urbana '12 (photo by Barry Sherbeck)

JAPAN (MNN) ―Meeting Chris Conti at Urbana 12 in St. Louis, Missouri, was a 'God-thing'.

Conti is an SIM missionary to Peru. Growing up in a non-Christian family, she felt that God set her apart and protected her throughout her life. In university, she grew and became a leader within InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. She attended Urbana...

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Asian Access & SIM USA given 'eXcelerate Award for Innovation in Partnership'

Joe Handley receiving award for Asian Access.USA (MNN) ―A partnership is not only saving money and opening more ministry opportunities, but it's being rewarded. Over the weekend, Asian Access and SIM USA were presented an award for a strategic partnership at the Missio Nexus North American Leaders Conference in Chicago.

Asian Access had a problem. They had 24 missionaries in...

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Asian Access & SIM win award for excellence & innovation in partnership

And the eXcelerate Award goes to...

Asian Access was honored to be co-nominated with SIM for the 2012 eXcelerate Award for Innovation in Partnership from our peers through Missio Nexus. And now to receive news that we have been selected to receive this award later this week, we are greatly humbled. We...

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My interview on the A2/SIM Strategic Partnership for Japan

Mission Network News interviewed me lastMission Network News Friday (11.11.11), which was the day we announced our new strategic partnership with SIM.  You can read the MNN article here...

During the interview, I shared that there were numerous factors in our decision to partner with SIM. Over our...

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A2 launches a strategic partnership with SIM USA to bolster the work in Japan

The last few years, many of you know, that Asian Access has been exploring a strategic partnership to strengthen our ministry base, leverage our resources and catalyze a fresh move of God in Japan. If you are new to our journey, you can learn more from the partnership...

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Asian Access and SIM USA partner to send more church-planting missionaries to Japan

Strategic partnership just part of larger, collaborative vision

Strategic partnership just part of larger, collaborative vision

GLENDORA, CALIF. (A2) — A strategic partnership uniting Asian Access and SIM USA is aimed at sending more church-planting missionaries to Japan. By leveraging the strengths of the two...

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Asian Access and SIM USA announce a strategic partnership for Japan

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Asian Access and SIM USA partner to send more church-planting missionaries to Japan

GLENDORA, CALIF. (A2) — A strategic partnership uniting Asian Access and SIM USA is aimed at sending more church-planting missionaries to Japan. By leveraging the strengths of the two mission-sending agencies, they hope to...

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Mary Jo Wilson, VP for A2/Japan

Asian Access taps veteran missionary for brand new post in Japan
It is with great joy and enthusiasm that the Lord has called a new Vice President for Asian Access/Japan. Mary Jo Wilson, a 25-year veteran church multiplication missionary with Asian Access has been appointed to begin her assignment on March 1, 2011. The Lord has clearly gifted Mary Jo for such a time as this, as you will clearly see in this video interview.

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Bringing A2's Pastoral Training to Bangladesh 

This week, Asian Access leadership met with many of the top Christian leaders in Bangladesh. Led by Adrian De Visser, Vice President for Partnership Development, this team that included faculty member Richard Brohier from Australia, the leader of A2 in another country and myself as well.  We spent two full days connecting with key church, mission and denomination leaders. Several expressed a deep longing for this type of in-depth training believing that a stronger commitment to discipleship was important for emerging church leaders. Peter Halder, CEO of a national ministry, expressed it this way, "Many of our pastors lack this type of ...

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Depression and suicide on the rise in Japan

The last few years, everything has looked quite grim for the Japanese people and their beautiful country. Recently, I was reading a discouraging report by The Economist magazine, which conducted a comprehensive analysis of the economy and the social impact of an aging population. It highlighted what the field leaders of Asian Access/Japan have noted for a few years. The aging of the population is a significant challenge. Coupled with this report has been the ongoing news of increased suicides, family fragmentation, and a sense of enormous pressure ...

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