This Christmas season, JEMS will be airing 5 mini-concert videos. These 15 minute videos will be comprised of 2 parts: a performance of Christmas music, and a testimony. Each video will highlight a branch of JEMS' ministry.


The schedule is as follows:

11/24: Japan Missions

12/1: South America Missions

12/8: AACF

12/15: Nichigo

12/22: Domestic (PNW)


Each mini-concert will be available to view at 7PM (PST) on Tuesday weekly. Find the clips on our Youtube channel.

The theme of these mini-concerts is "Kintsugi Christmas." Kintsugi is the Japanese art form of mending broken pottery with gold lacquer. The process restores something that was broken to be even more beautiful than before. It is a powerful imagery for the redemptive work of God in our souls. We felt that the art of kintsugi was a good reminder of Christ's work on the cross, especially as we approach Christmas—the day celebrating Jesus' birth. Thus, our theme became "Kintsugi Christmas."

Though these mini-concerts aim to recognize God's redemptive power and work, they are also part of our year-end fundraiser at JEMS. To help us continue to share the Gospel across the nations, please consider partnering financially with JEMS.

Our fundraising goals are as follows:

- A one-time amount of $25,000 to cover our projected year-end deficit
- A recurring, monthly extra $1250/month to help our ministries keep going in their Gospel-spreading work

For the cost of a latte, you can have the joy of knowing that you are helping to fulfill the Great Commission as well as being a good steward of what God has entrusted to you. We would be so blessed to have you partner with us and the ministry God is doing through us here at JEMS!

Click here to give.

We hope that you'll tune in to our mini-concerts!

Merry Christmas and God bless.