Tim Keller Speaks About Why The Church Needs To Step Up In Japan

Kenny Jahng —  2011/03/12 — 1 Comment

In this time of crisis for the people of Japan, due to the March 2011 8.9 scale earthquake, tsunami, fear of a nuclear meltdown event and more, prayers are being offered up for the country.

But as Japan continues to be one of the most “Christ-less” countries today, Tim Keller points out that Christian brothers and sisters around the world might see a greater need beyond the physical and natural destruction that has happened in Japan just this week.

Check out this short video as Dr. Keller mentions some of the factors one may not immediately think about regarding bringing the Church to the country of Japan:

He makes a great case for the strategic influence of Tokyo, but also points out the spiritual need in Tokyo and the country. 

Here is another video from a church planting group (Mustard Seed) that helps further paint the picture of that neediness Keller speaks about:

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One response to Tim Keller Speaks About Why The Church Needs To Step Up In Japan

  1. Since I heard about the troubles in Japan over the last few days, my thoughts and prayers have been with them. The one question in my heart is "how do people recover from something like this, without Jesus?

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