Asia

Why Asia?

Asia is home to some of the most beautiful geography, architecture, and cultural splendors globally. Inside the majestic borders that make up the continent lives the vast majority of devout followers of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam.

60% of the world’s population lives on this one continent, yet it is the least evangelized and has the least amount of active Christian workers. Jesus died for the whole world on this very continent, yet it is the least reached?

There is a great need in this spiritually dark landmass! The voices of deception through false religions and atheism are prevalent. What are we as the church going to do?  Will you pray for Asia?  Will you go and take the gospel?  Will you give so others might go?

Creative Access Countries

Our world is rapidly changing, and one of the things that come with that is trying to understand how to adapt to these changes correctly. The internet is a blessing for many reasons, especially in the realm of missions. Still, it can also present unnecessary trouble for our missionaries working in creative access countries (also known as “closed countries” or “limited access countries”).

What this usually means is that traditional missionaries aren’t welcomed to those countries. Thus, to still fulfill our mission of reaching the world in our generation, our missionaries working in these regions of the world have chosen to forgo their public missionary profiles (at varying levels based on their concern) to be more strategic about their entry into these place. Once they arrive on the field, they can do the bold and dangerous work of gospel proclamation. We need to be able to get missionaries into these countries with the least amount of hurdles possible.

Would you please join us by respecting any missionaries’ wishes to remain offline? If in doubt about a specific missionary which has visited your church, feel free to contact us for any clarification.

Countries

Asia Director

My wife and I served as church-planting missionaries to China from 2010 to 2019. However, we moved to Taiwan in 2020 and believe that despite the hardships, Asia is white for the harvest. 

I’d loved to talk with you about whether missions in Asia might be God’s plan for your life. 

Asia Store

Asia Missionaries

Josh & Elizabeth Ewing

Josh & Elizabeth Ewing

Church Planting Missionaries to Indonesia

Jens & Regina Looney

Jens & Regina Looney

Church Planting Missionaries to Indonesia

James & Rosie Miyashita

James & Rosie Miyashita

Church Planting Missionaries to Japan

Ty & Rebecca Pepperdine

Ty & Rebecca Pepperdine

Asia Representatives; VBM Deputation Director

Jim & Sandy Roberts

Jim & Sandy Roberts

Voice in the Villages India; North America Representatives

Adam & Ashley Walz

Adam & Ashley Walz

Church Planting Missionaries to Taiwan

John & Alisha Walz

John & Alisha Walz

Church Planting Missionaries to Taiwan

Creative Access Missionary

Creative Access Missionary

Church Planting Missionaries to China

Creative Access Missionary

Creative Access Missionary

Church Planting Missionaries to China

Creative Access Missionary

Creative Access Missionary

Church Planting Missionaries to China

Creative Access Missionary

Creative Access Missionary

Church Planting Missionaries to Nepal

Creative Access Missionary

Creative Access Missionary

Church Planting Missionaries to Nepal

Creative Access Missionary

Creative Access Missionary

Church Planting Missionaries to Taiwan

Creative Access Missionary

Creative Access Missionary

Church Planting Missionaries to India

Asia News

Living Under Threat of Invasion

Living Under Threat of Invasion

Too Close for Comfort Kinmen Island is only about 3km off the shores of China. It is so close that one might think it was part of the Mainland, but it is, in fact, an island of Taiwan.  For people like Aidan Ellis-Patterson, an Australian...

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China Drafts Law To Restrict Missions Efforts

China Drafts Law To Restrict Missions Efforts

A recent article published by lifesitenews.com explains some new regulations that the Chinese Communist Party may enact as a means of choking out foreign religious influence in China. The Chinese State Administration for Religious Affairs drafted...

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