Some of our readers know that the building we moved into shortly after coming to Japan was called “Noah’s Ark.” Over the time we’ve resided in Noah’s Ark, I’ve taken an interest in the story of Noah, and we’ve seen some fun parallels between the biblical story and our own lives.Read More
Author: Erich Boileau
In September 2015, Emi and I started out on a journey with a few close friends that has completely transformed how we look at church and Christian community. We’re still in the midst of it, so I can’t claim to be an expert on any of it, but I really want to share some of the things we’ve learned along the way and from watching other similar groups grow.Read More
Why language learning is missions OR: Why I stopped waiting for the gift of tongues and just started studying the language
For those Americans who have had the experience of studying Japanese (or any foreign language),...Read More
It might surprise you to learn that in the late 16th century, Japan nearly became a Christian...Read More
While school stretches year round for me here in Japan, I’m thankful that the YMCA rewards...Read More
Erich & Emi Boileau are Christian Missionaries to Osaka, Japan.
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