Japan CPI Fund

History and Vision

The Japan Church Planting Institute (CPI) started in 1994 with just 29 missionaries and now has grown to a movement serving thousands of Japanese pastors, workers, and missionaries. CPI is a cooperative broad-based evangelical effort by missions, missionaries, and Japanese leaders and workers to see indigenous gospel-driven church planting movements fostered among the 2nd largest unreached people group in the world, the Japanese.

Purpose and Accomplishments

CPI’s purpose is to foster this vision and practically equip both Japanese and missionary to establish reproducing gospel-centered churches. Beginning with one conference, CPI has grown to many training events both regional and national along with many specialized training resources. To date thousands of pastors, leaders, and workers have received CPI training from throughout Japan and even overseas.

Japan CPI Fund Needs

Most CPI expenses are budgeted and paid for by participants however new and cutting-edge developments often do not have adequate financial support. In the past Japan CPI Funds have been used to develop new training manuals, update online material, develop new initiatives, and assist key leaders with limited resources to attend some events. Your generous gifts to The Japan CPI Fund will assure that more church planting multiplication among Japanese is encouraged, renewed, networked, equipped, and resourced.  

The Japan CPI fund at Converge is #31256. Please contact us if you have more questions or to join the conversation.

Website: www.JCPI.net  

Contact information: CPI Director, John Wm. Mehn JMehn@GospelRest.com


“Advancing God’s Kingdom by mentoring leaders to be part of a movement that is multiplying churches that are multiplying disciples through the power of the gospel.” Japan Church Planting Institute 


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