Concordia Journal Currents December 2010 – Dr. Makito Masaki

In this edition of Concordia Journal Currents, Dr. William Schumacher speaks with the President of Kobe Lutheran Theological Seminary in Japan, Dr. Makito Masaki.

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1 Comment

  1. Gaylan Mathiesen December 31, 2010
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    As a former missionary to Japan and as Professor of Mission
    and Evangelism at Lutheran Brethren Seminary in Fergus Falls, MN, I
    very much enjoyed this informative interview with Dr. Masaki. Thank
    you for posting this. As Dr. Masaki pointed out, the Christian
    presence in Japan is very small. Japanese educators and pastors are
    very appreciative of opportunities for partnership with churches in
    other parts of the world, and for the resources that association
    with other church bodies provides. Japanese Christians pay a very
    high price to follow Christ in Japan, but they do so willingly and
    count it a privilege to be counted for Christ. Let us be in prayer
    that in Japan too, the Lord of the Harvest will raise up workers to
    join Him in His mission there, and that we will see His Church grow
    strong in witness to others.

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