We are a house church network based in the Tokyo area. Our vision is to disciple, train and plant churches that reproduce. We strive to form authentic communities that love and support each other.

This blog was started as a means to communicate our efforts towards tsunami and earthquake disaster relief in Tohoku region. We believe God has uniquely placed us in a position to help, love and empower those that have been afflicted through this disaster. God has brought so many people and organizations to support us and partner with us in this endeavor. What we do is made possible by all of you. We give thanks to God.

Please continue to pray for and support us as we plan on being in this long term.


5 Responses to About

  1. Martha Lesher says:

    Great to hear what you are doing since we cannot be there.

  2. Trevor Keim says:

    I’ve been following your hard work with admiration. The job your doing is amazing! Keep up the good work and keep safe.

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  4. Bill MacDonald says:

    Hi Joey and Luke,

    I continue to pray for your labors in the Tohoku area, in particular. It is encouraging to see what the Lord is doing in and through you there.

    I’m also writing to let you know that I am referencing this web site in a paper I am writing for a world geography class I’m taking as I work toward teacher certification here in Maine. Just an FYI. If the professor takes the time to check it out, then that’s great. However, he’s got 100 students in the class, so I’d be a little surprised if he were able to take the time to do that. I am listing both of you as the authors of the blog. I hope that is sufficient/appropriate.


    • Joey Millard says:

      Thank you Bill!

      That is very kind of you to mention our blog in your paper and thank you for your prayers.

      God bless,

      Joey and Luke

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