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Karen Johnson
In: Japan
I remember the day I finally realized God was calling me to missions in Japan. Bundled up, attempting to stay warm in northern Minnesota in early June, I was lifeguarding for the couple of campers... Read More »
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Pierce & Erin Johnson
In: Asia, Japan
Let me take a minute to introduce ourselves. My name is Pierce and my wife is Erin. We are the Johnsons. Currently we live in a small town in eastern Pennsylvania called New Ringgold. We serve at... Read More »
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Robert Kopp
In: Japan
Japan—the third-largest economy in the world, known for its cutting-edge technology, reliable products, and efficient transportation—is spiritually starving. God opened my eyes to this... Read More »
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Steve & Belva Rae Kotlarczyk
In: Japan
We were both raised in wonderful Christian homes and graduated from Prairie Bible College. Steve came to Japan as a summer missionary with SEND during his Bible school years. It was at that time... Read More »
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Steve & Janet Kunnecke
In: Japan
Steve & Janet are now retired after almost 40 years of ministry in Japan, but they still take trips back for ministry on a regular basis.  25210 Read More »
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Zabeth Lacanaria
In: Japan
Josefina Elizabeth was born of Ilocano parentage in Baguio City, Philippines. As a freshman at the University of Baguio Science High School, the Lord opened the eyes of her heart, and she responded... Read More »
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Winsome Lau
In: Japan
I came from Hong Kong and I was born as a fifth girl in my family. I loved Japanese culture when I was small and have lived in Japan to study Japanese and business management. At that time, I was... Read More »
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Karen Lee
In: Japan
I was born and raised in Hong Kong. I became a Christian in junior high school. In 2005, I started working in church, audio, and video ministry. I thought this was God's last call to me. But in... Read More »
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Yamuel & Doris Li
In: Japan
After the great earthquake on March 11, 2011, SEND Japan helped in the relief work. In 2014, we moved to Iwate Prefecture, to the city of Kamaishi, to cooperate with Ippo Ippo Ministry. Ippo... Read More »
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Joel & Elaine Loewen
In: Japan
Joel and Elaine Loewen have served in Japan with SEND International for over 30 years. Fourteen of those years were spent planting a new church in Yokohama. Then for seven years they discipled... Read More »
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