Half the membership of one church in Japan is made up of people who came to Christ as a result of first hearing the gospel via the radio. This fund provides money to keep the broadcast on the air.
The church in Japan is growing but still struggles financially. A daily Christian radio broadcast is vital to the spread of the gospel in Japan, but churches cannot provide adequate finances to keep it going.
This is a frontline evangelism project used to bring the gospel into thousands of homes via radio and provide follow-up material.
Outside help is necessary as the cost of these broadcasts continues to increase.
Five dollars can provide one person with follow-up materials.