Our vision is to see Japan transformed by the gospel and a vibrant, well-equipped community of believers emerge, ready for all God has for them! Our goal is to further the Kingdom of God by all means possible, evangelizing in this unreached country and discipling believers to be disciple makers themselves. As we work under and with Calvary Chapel Tokorozawa, our focus is to come alongside the church leadership as a support; to encourage and equip ministries within the church and form new ones where God leads; and to reach out to those around us, develop relationships and guide them to Christ, our only Hope in this life.
After more than 30 years of full-time ministry in the United States and Nigeria, West Africa, Dave and Polly Wineinger became missionaries representing World Indigenous Missions in the Philippines. Dave serves as the General Director of South East Asia Mission Teams (Seamist). Seamist has a training center in Lapu Lapu City, Cebu, where they hold training classes in cross-cultural, church-planting missions and in mobilizing the local churches through Kairos (The Condensed World Mission Course). It is their goal to raise up others who are equipped to reach the remaining unreached people groups of the world.
Travis and Hannah Henderson both knew at young ages that they wanted to be missionaries. Before they ever met, God began to prepare their hearts for the mission field and for each other. Travis longed for adventure in a far-off place, and Hannah wanted a family to take care of and women to teach what her mother had taught her. They have these things, along with their children Thymely and Hugo, in the life God has given them in the Philippines! They are now serving in their two-year training period and are learning to work with teams to accomplish the goals of outreach and community development.