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Remembering 3.11 and the Gospel of Hope

07-Mar-2021 • Dan & Casi Brown

07-Mar-2021 • Dan & Casi Brown • blog: A2 Community Blog

07-Mar-2021 • Dan & Casi Brown • blog: A2 Community Blog

Reflections on 10th Anniversary of Japan’s Triple Disaster
By Dan & Casi Brown
We all have triggers...

Reflections on 10th Anniversary of Japan’s Triple Disaster
By Dan & Casi Brown
We all have triggers in our lives. These triggers could be an event, a word, a certain place, or circumstance. For...

Reflections on 10th Anniversary of Japan’s Triple Disaster
By Dan & Casi Brown
We all have triggers in our lives. These triggers could be an event, a word, a certain place, or circumstance. For many in Tohoku, earthquakes are a trigger. On February...

Transformation Through Tragedy

06-Mar-2021 • Eric Takamoto

06-Mar-2021 • Eric Takamoto • blog: A2 Community Blog

06-Mar-2021 • Eric Takamoto • blog: A2 Community Blog

Reflections on 10th Anniversary of Japan’s Triple Disaster
By Eric Takamoto
So many of the images...

Reflections on 10th Anniversary of Japan’s Triple Disaster
By Eric Takamoto
So many of the images and memories from the triple disaster are as vivid today as when I experienced them ten years ago....

Reflections on 10th Anniversary of Japan’s Triple Disaster
By Eric Takamoto
So many of the images and memories from the triple disaster are as vivid today as when I experienced them ten years ago. I realize in reflecting on those experiences that...

Kintsugi and the Gospel: Remembering the 10 Year Anniversary in Japan

05-Mar-2021 • Joe Handley

05-Mar-2021 • Joe Handley • blog: From the President

05-Mar-2021 • Joe Handley • blog: From the President

But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not...

But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us.— 2 Corinthians 4:7

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But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us.— 2 Corinthians 4:7

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Military cracks down on protests in Myanmar

04-Mar-2021 • Asian Access

04-Mar-2021 • Asian Access • blog: Mission Network News

04-Mar-2021 • Asian Access • blog: Mission Network News

Myanmar (MNN) — After seizing power in early February, Myanmar’s military killed...

Myanmar (MNN) — After seizing power in early February, Myanmar’s military killed over 30 people yesterday from several different cities. Police deliberately targeted unarmed civilians,...

Myanmar (MNN) — After seizing power in early February, Myanmar’s military killed over 30 people yesterday from several different cities. Police deliberately targeted unarmed civilians, including a 14-year-old boy, a 19-year-old girl,...

2020 Couldn't Stop Us!

04-Mar-2021 • Thilini De Visser

04-Mar-2021 • Thilini De Visser • blog: A2 Community Blog

04-Mar-2021 • Thilini De Visser • blog: A2 Community Blog

A2 launches cohort of Young Professionals
While Asian Access has been known for developing pastors...

A2 launches cohort of Young Professionals
While Asian Access has been known for developing pastors and, more recently, Christian business leaders across Asia, we continue to explore new spheres where...

A2 launches cohort of Young Professionals
While Asian Access has been known for developing pastors and, more recently, Christian business leaders across Asia, we continue to explore new spheres where kingdom leaders are hungry to grow and to have greater...

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The last few years, the idea of leadership has taken a beating. Whether it’s the critique of “elites” in our cultures or the overuse of the word leadership by various training and educational institutions. In many ways I agree with these concerns and it is why Asian Access does what it does in focusing on Christ, Character, and Servant Leadership.

In the header image, protesters rally against the military coup in Yangon, Myanmar, on Feb. 9, 2021. (Photo, caption obtained via Wikimedia Commons)

Myanmar (MNN) — Myanmar’s military is using increasing force against protestors, prompting warnings from the United Nations. Local church leaders who partner with Asian Access fear collapse.

Header image depicts protestors in Myanmar on February 14, 2021. (Photo obtained via Wikimedia Commons)

Myanmar (MNN) — Amid an intensifying crackdown, Myanmar’s military pushes for a new cybersecurity law to keep citizens in the dark. Meanwhile, Asian Access supports local Christian leaders as they shine Christ’s light in their communities.

The header photo shows a radiation hotspot near Fukushima in 2012. (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons, Public Domain)

Japan (MNN) — Nearly ten years ago, a powerful 8.9 magnitude earthquake unleashed a massive tsunami near Fukushima, Japan. 20,000 people died and over 100,000 evacuated after three nuclear reactors suffered damage and melted down, releasing radioactive materials into the environment. Read more about the ongoing effects of the catastrophe here.

Header image courtesy of Gavin Yeates on Flickr https://bit.ly/3aWb9wu

Nepal (MNN) — In the face of anti-conversion laws that have targeted Christians for many years, Nepalese believers hold tight to the Gospel.

 An armored car patrolling Myanmar after the coup. (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons, Public Domain)

Myanmar (MNN) — Governments around the world have condemned the Myanmar coup. The military took control of the country on Monday, disregarding the democratic process. Now, police have charged the elected leader of Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi, as a justification for holding her. The charge? Illegally possessing and importing walkie talkies.

Myanmar (MNN) — The military of Myanmar has staged a coup, detaining several senior politicians. Internet, phone, and television access were blocked around the capital of Naypyitaw.

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Today, I mourn the loss of one of my mentors and friends, Jon Wallace. As you'll see in this wonderful tribute by his children (below), Jon was a special man of God.

I was most interested to learn from a family in my church about their recent holiday in another state. Even more so when they had taken the time to visit a very well known church in that state. I asked them what was it that impressed them most about the church and what could we learn from them.

From the President blog by Joe Handley

A2 Community blog with posts from a variety of contributors around Asian Access

Stories about Asian Access published by Mission Network News, a mission news service dedicated to keeping Christians informed on evangelical mission activity around the world. In doing so we hope to educate and motivate Christians to prayer, participation, and support of missionary work to help further the Great Commission.

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