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News about what is going on in the continent of Asia from a mission’s perspective.

Our primary objective is not just to live in Japan but to start a church. While settling back into the country, we plan to be concurrently promoting the church plant and spreading the gospel so we can officially launch the church at the beginning of December. We hope this allows us ample time to get...
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In missionary biographies of days gone by, you can read about how many spent months at sea on their way to their fields to tell people about Jesus. While most of us missionaries don’t ride ships to our respective fields of service, we nonetheless have the chance to serve the Lord in foreign lands. But...
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Who: Justus and Courtney have been serving as church planting missionaries to Nepal with Vision Baptist Missions since 2018. They are members of Vision Baptist Church in Alpharetta, GA. They have one child, Gideon (and one on the way). Status: This family is currently raising support on full-time deputation. Lord willing, they plan to leave...
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Who: Adam and Ashley have been serving as church planting missionaries to Taiwan with Vision Baptist Missions since 2019. They are members of Vision Baptist Church in Alpharetta, GA. They have one child, Anna Grace. Status: This family finished raising support on deputation and arrived in Taiwan in November of 2020. They are currently in...
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Who: James and Rosalie have been serving as church planting missionaries to Japan with Vision Baptist Missions since 2016. They are members of Vision Baptist Church in Alpharetta, GA. They have two children: Silas and Amos. Status: This family returned to the USA earlier this year for a short furlough. In the midst of the...
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Singapore is a relatively new country. A former British colony, it gained independence from Malaysia in 1965. At the time of independence, Singapore would have been considered a third-world country. Through strong leadership and multiple government programs, Singapore quickly developed into the modern, first-world country it is today.  Singapore is a city-state meaning the whole...
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     The one thing that impressed me the most when I first arrived in China was the masses of people. It is not like I had never been in a large crowd before, but in China the large crowds are everywhere you go. You might as well abandon the love of personal space if...
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Too Close for Comfort Kinmen Island is only about 3km off the shores of China. It is so close that one might think it was part of the Mainland, but it is, in fact, an island of Taiwan.  For people like Aidan Ellis-Patterson, an Australian English teacher working on the island, the possibility of a...
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A recent article published by lifesitenews.com explains some new regulations that the Chinese Communist Party may enact as a means of choking out foreign religious influence in China. The Chinese State Administration for Religious Affairs drafted the new law that enforces greater restrictions on religious activities carried out by foreigners and exacts certain punishments for...
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China Says All Canadians in Hong Kong at Risk The Free Republic reports on October 7th, 2020,  that threats came from Bejing’s ambassador to Canada, Cong PeiWu, over Canada’s willingness to protect political activists in Hong Kong. The move to shelter these activists came after the Chinese Communist Party in recent months enacted the new...
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