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Jason Reedy

Jason Reedy

Nagoya, Japan Christ Bible Institute FD5016

Community Outreach and Education Ministries

Jason and Anna Reedy serve at the Christ Bible Institute (CBI) in Nagoya, Japan. Jason enjoys teaching, discipleship, and planning. Jason is currently devoted to language study and building relationships with local residents. At CBI, Jason assists with communication and logistical planning of outreach events. Anna enjoys building family relationships and working with children. She is an elementary school teacher at a local Christian school and delights in sharing the Gospel with her students every day. Anna also serves as an English tutor to missionary children who attend Japanese public school. The Reedy family attends and serves alongside a local neighborhood church, Eiko Seisho Kyokai. Though Japan has open borders and freedom of religion only 0.5% of the 127,000,000+ population are evangelical Christian - making Japan the second largest unreached people group in the world. With under 8,000 churches in the entire country, there are over 20 unchurched cities and over 500 unchurched towns. Well known for it’s technology and hard working people, there are many other areas of Japanese society that go unmentioned. Rates of suicide, sexual darkness, eating disorders, and other destructive behaviors, continue to climb. Japan is a beautiful country filled with wonderful people desperately in need of God’s grace. We know that all tribes and tongues will be represented before the throne. Why not Japan? Why not now?

  • Leadership for Mission

    Lean Not on Your Own Understanding

    Jason Reedy Christ Bible Institute 10.27.17
    One overseas missionary shares how his trust and dependence on the Lord through the support-raising process prepared him in unexpected ways for the mission field he’s called to.
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