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The Japanese Mission Society has been established to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ and provide religious instruction for Japanese speaking individuals residing in the United States of America, thus equipping and training Japanese people for Christian discipleship.

Offering ESL (English as a Second Language) classes, worship services in Japanese, Bible studies, and Christian books written in Japanese are some of the ways that JMS helps bring the Gospel to the world.

http://www.alma-online.org/ The Association of Lutheran Mission Agencies, (ALMA), is a professional service organization dedicated to helping link Lutheran mission agencies to each other and to The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod in order to reach more lost and uncommitted people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. ALMA encourages cooperation in mission efforts in order to advance God's mission.

Japan Lutheran Church which has a total membership of 2,827 (as of Dec. 31,2001) 35 congregations, and 30 schools (inc. kindergarten, primary school, middle school, Secondary school, Seminary and language institute)

CAME is an acronym for: Center for Asian  Missions & Evangelism “...for Jesus Christ CAME to seek and to save the lost..” (Luke 19:10). CAME is an independently operated, non-profit, tax-exempt, 501c3 organization affiliated with the LCMS. Continued financial support from congregations and families are necessary for the expansion of CAME’s ministries

The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod, with 2.5 million baptized members, ranks as the second largest Lutheran church body in North America and the 11th largest denomination in the USA.

For other ministries with internationals check out the United States and Japan maps found on the navigation buttons.

The Japanese Ministry Association is an organization of Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS) congregations, mission societies, and/or mission agencies, sharing information, ideas, sound Christian literature and encouragement to the Japanese in the United States.

For more information on our church check out our web site.