ASIA
4.65 Billion People | 51 Countries
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Why Asia?

Asia is home to some of the most beautiful geography, architecture, and cultural splendors globally. Inside the majestic borders that make up the continent lives the vast majority of devout followers of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam.

60% of the world’s population lives on this one continent, yet it is the least evangelized and has the least amount of active Christian workers. Jesus died for the whole world on this very continent, yet it is the least reached?

There is a great need in this spiritually dark landmass! The voices of deception through false religions and atheism are prevalent. What are we as the church going to do?  Will you pray for Asia?  Will you go and take the gospel?  Will you give so others might go?

Vision For Asia Store

 

Creative Access Countries

 

Our world is rapidly changing, and one of the things that come with that is trying to understand how to adapt to these changes correctly. The internet is a blessing for many reasons, especially in the realm of missions. Still, it can also present unnecessary trouble for our missionaries working in creative access countries (also known as closed countries or limited access countries). What this usually means is that traditional missionaries aren’t welcomed to those countries. Thus, to still fulfill our mission of reaching the world in our generation, our missionaries working in these regions of the world have chosen to forgo their public missionary profiles (at varying levels based not their concern) to be more strategic about their entry into these place. Once they arrive on the field, they can do the bold and dangerous work of gospel proclamation. We need to be able to get missionaries into these countries with the least amount of hurdles possible. Would you please join us by respecting any missionaries’ wishes to remain offline? If in doubt about a specific missionary which has visited your church, feel free to contact us for any clarification.

 

There are currently 9 missionary families whose profiles have been deactivated and are not listed below due to the location of their mission.

 

 

Countries

Afghanistan
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Bhutan
Brunei
Cambodia
China
Cyprus
Georgia
India
Indonesia
Iran
Iraq
Israel
Japan
Jordan
Kazakhstan
Kuwait
Kyrgyzstan
Laos
Lebanon
Malaysia
Maldives
Mongolia
Myanmar
Nepal
North Korea
Oman
Pakistan
Palestine
Philippines
Qatar
Russia
Saudi Arabia
Singapore
South Korea
Sri Lanka
Syria
Taiwan
Tajikistan
Thailand
Timor-Leste
Turkey
Turkmenistan
United Arab Emirates
Uzbekistan
Vietnam
Yemen

Asia Director

My wife and I served as church-planting missionaries to China from 2010 to 2019. However, we moved to Taiwan in 2020 and believe that despite the hardships, Asia is white for the harvest. 

I’d loved to talk with you about whether missions in Asia might be God’s plan for your life. Please use the “contact us” form to receive more information.

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Missionaries to Asia

Adam Walz

Church Planting Missionary
walzadam@gmail.com
Taiwan

James Miyashita

Church Planting Missionary
james@reachingjapan.com
Japan

Jens Looney

Church Planting Missionary
jens.looney@gmail.com
Indonesia

Jim Roberts

Missionary
jrobvit@gmail.com
India

John Walz

Church Planting Missionary
walzinchina@gmail.com
China

Josh Ewing

Church Planting Missionary
josh@reachingindonesia.com
Indonesia

Justus Mize

Church Planting Missionary
Justus.Mize085@gmail.com
Nepal

Paul Taube

Church Planting Missionary
pauljtaube@gmail.com
Nepal

Will Hill

Church Planting Missionary
will2japan@gmail.com
Japan