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1 Japan ©2007 by Gospel Publishing House, 1445 N. Boonville Ave., Springfield, Missouri. All rights reserved. Permission to replicate for church use only and may not be used for commercial intent.

2 Map of Japan

3 Japan’s Flag

4 Winnie the World’s Newsletter Yumiko lives in Japan

5 Country Quick Facts Japan Capital City: Tokyo Population: million Main Language: Japanese Main People Groups: Japanese, Korean, Chinese and others Religions: Shintoism and Buddhism, “New religions” (mixing different beliefs), Christianity, Islam, other Capital City: Tokyo Population: million Main Language: Japanese Main People Groups: Japanese, Korean, Chinese and others Religions: Shintoism and Buddhism, “New religions” (mixing different beliefs), Christianity, Islam, other

6 More Quick Facts Japan Location: East of Korea, between the North Pacific Ocean on the east and the Sea of Japan on the west. Japan is the size of our State of California.

7 More Quick Facts Japan The Land: Japan is an island nation, with four main islands and about 4,000 smaller ones. Hokkaido, the northern island, has mountains and forests. Most people live on Honshu, the largest island. Kyushu also has many people—and many volcanoes. Shikoku is nestled between Kyushu and southern Honshu. Earthquakes are very common in all the islands, though most do no damage. Weather: Hokkaido has long snowy winters and cool summers. Honshu has hot, humid summers. The southern islands are very warm most of the year, like Florida. The Land: Japan is an island nation, with four main islands and about 4,000 smaller ones. Hokkaido, the northern island, has mountains and forests. Most people live on Honshu, the largest island. Kyushu also has many people—and many volcanoes. Shikoku is nestled between Kyushu and southern Honshu. Earthquakes are very common in all the islands, though most do no damage. Weather: Hokkaido has long snowy winters and cool summers. Honshu has hot, humid summers. The southern islands are very warm most of the year, like Florida.

8 More Quick Facts Japan Assemblies of God Facts: The Japan Assemblies of God has nearly 350 churches with about 29,000 people attending. Thirty-one U.S. Assemblies of God missionaries work with the Japan Assemblies. One Bible school, in Tokyo, and two extension schools are training more than 50 new pastors.

9 LET’S PRAY… for our missionaries and their families. that God will call more Japanese to begin churches. Many cities have tens of thousands of people and no church. for the pastors and Bible school students. Many people do not want to hear about Jesus. Pray that God will help them to keep preaching no matter what! for our missionaries and their families. that God will call more Japanese to begin churches. Many cities have tens of thousands of people and no church. for the pastors and Bible school students. Many people do not want to hear about Jesus. Pray that God will help them to keep preaching no matter what!

10 LET’S PRAY… for the different ministries of our missionaries and the Japan Assemblies of God. for the children and young people of Japan, that they will grow up serving Jesus and not idols. for the different ministries of our missionaries and the Japan Assemblies of God. for the children and young people of Japan, that they will grow up serving Jesus and not idols.

11 BGMC provides children’s curriculum, books, videos, and supplies to reach the children of Japan.

12 BGMC provides supplies such as Japanese Bibles and songbooks for new churches in Japan.

13 BGMC provides Sunday School materials, Missionettes materials, and uniforms for the children of Japan.

14 BGMC supplies lots of books and materials for the missionaries and pastors in Japan.

15 Thank you for giving to BGMC to help reach the children and adults of Japan.

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17 Scripture taken from the HOLY BIBLE, NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION®. NIV®. Copyright© 1973, 1978, 1984 by International Bible Society. Used by permission of Zondervan. All rights reserved.

18 True Missions Story Hide’s Dream Hide’s Dream

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22 Japan ©2007 by Gospel Publishing House, 1445 N. Boonville Ave., Springfield, Missouri. All rights reserved. Permission to replicate for church use only and may not be used for commercial intent.


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