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At Lausanne's Asia regional gathering, Pastor Dugerma from Mongolia plays Amazing Grace on a stringed instrument.

Day 2 @ Cape Town 2010

 Today's focus at Cape Town has been Truth... The crucial importance of the importance of truth today in the midst of a pluralistic society. We walked through an inductive bible study in small groups, diving into Ephesians chapter one. We were reminded of the treasure of the Gospel and the hope we have in Christ alone. Ajith Fernando, Asian Access reference council member, then led us through a wonderful exposition of the richness of this passage and the crucial importance of evangelism. (link to video clip) This...

Cape Town 2010 opening ceremony

Day 1 @ Cape Town 2010

 A feast of African culture highlighted the first day of Cape Town 2010. The opening session was spectacular with a full African choir, dance groups, flag ceremonies, and special guest presenters.The first day was spent getting to know our table groups and my table group is made up of people serving in Asia: Singapore, Korea, Vietnam and China. What a blessing to learn that one of...

As I sit here at Heathrow International Airport in transit to Cape Town for Lausanne III, I've been meditating on the words shared by my Chinese brothers who were blocked from attending the Congress. While it saddens me to know that they won't be able to join me and over 4000 Christian leaders for this historic gathering, I'm impressed by their trust in God's sovereignty. Here are some excerpts from my friends that may encourage you in your walk of faith...

Cape Town 2010 logoCountdown to an historical gathering 

In just a few weeks, Asian Access will be deeply involved in what one article in Christianity Today has called "The Most Diverse Gathering Ever". They recently published the article on Cape Town 2010 in the magazine's September issue. The importance of this event is significant as several leaders echo what one person recently said:

"What happens at...

Road to far-reaching vision

Joining Forces in Japan Toward a Far-reaching Vision

Asian Access plans to greatly expand ministry in Japan by aggressively developing its church multiplication movement. We plan to accomplish this goal by sending more church planting missionaries, as well as identifying even more emerging Japanese leaders to multiply churches at an accelerated rate. In my posts about these plans, we have mentioned our pursuit...

 

Bamboo forest pathwayPartnership — a key to move forward in Japan 

 

God has us moving down an unknown path, and it's going to be exciting to watch it unfold. To prepare us for the future, the Lord has taken Asian Access through a year and a half discovery process reviewing our vision, mission, strategic goals and DNA. This question became apparent:

 

Could our goals be something so big that God is calling us to play a larger role in promoting the vision, mobilizing other allies, and growing the mission force? ...

 

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Ever since joining Asian Access as president in 2008, I've been having the time of my life. In this blog, I hope to share some stories that will encourage you to engage with this ministry. At Asian Access, we change the few, who change the many.

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